This week, we cover stories including a new U.S. city for Etihad, Boeing and the environment and a Thanksgiving gift from British Airways.
Thanksgiving-like congestion could become commonplace at airports much sooner than expected thanks to increased travel demand and chronic underinvestment in infrastructure, says a new report from the U.S. Travel Association (USTA).
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says a move from his carrier’s Fort Worth, Texas, headquarters isn’t a high priority, clarifying remarks made during a speech before the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce.
Any loyalty that Delta Air Lines once had to the Boeing family or aircraft is most certainly gone, now that it announced a second order for widebody Airbus aircraft in just over a year.
Delta Air Lines has fired the latest shot in the war for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, announcing today it will launch daily nonstop service next spring from to five new destinations.
JetBlue has unveiled the new Fare Families pricing structure, offering customers Good, Even Better and Best levels.
Even though JetBlue is adding B/E Aerospace slimline seats on its fleet and reducing pitch from 34 inches to 33 inches, the airline will still offer a comfortable product for customers, said Chief Marketing Officer Marty St. George in remarks at the carrier's annual Investors Day.
American Express will unveil a new airport lounge concept -- The Centurion Studio -- at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in 2015.
Details of United Airlines’ $120 million upgrade of Terminal C at its Newark hub were revealed at an airport event yesterday.
While Miami International Airport was a late bloomer when it came to adopting social media, its efforts have taken off, with the facility winning a major industry award.
San Francisco International Airport has become the latest home for a brand new American Express Centurion Lounge.
Qantas celebrated its 94th anniversary by revealing a brand-new retro-themed Boeing 737-800 in Seattle on Sunday.
On November 11, KLM flew the final three MD-11 passenger flights. Airways contributor Ben Wang was on-board the second to last scheduled passenger scenic MD-11 flight. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.