Delta Air Lines took delivery of the first 242-tonne Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) A330-300 today in Toulouse, France
Spirit Airlines is about to enter one of the world's busiest air travel markets with the launch of new service between Los Angeles and Oakland on November 12. Will it be able to survive?
On Monday, May 18, FedEx released a statement on Open Skies its blog made by Rush O’Keefe, Jr. the Senior VP and General Counsel at FedEx Express
Delta Air Lines has requested for approval to start flying four weekly flights between Orlando and Sao Paulo, Brazil on December 19, 2015.
Regional and mainline executives, pilots, and other industry employees weigh in on if the U.S. faces a pilot shortage and if they are seeing an impact.
At RAA, executives from both ExpressJet and TSA remarked that the 50 seaters will still be flying quite some time, and other airlines are doing the same.
President and CEO Jonathan Ornstein spoke to media at the Regional Airline Association convention in Cleveland about the 1,500 hour rule and growth.
CEO Ryan Gumm explains that the pilot shortage has a minimal impact at Endeavor Air since the airline is quite unique and offers strong incentives.
At Friday's National Press Club luncheon, the Big Three U.S. airline CEOs were the guest speakers, and almost the entire talk and Q&A session was focused on Open Skies and the Big Three Gulf airlines.
Southwest Airlines has released its latest schedule extension, and it includes several new international and domestic flights this Fall. However, it also has some cuts.
United Airlines offered a sneak preview on how it will bring its customers traveling through LAX convenience, comfort, and class.
Eastern Air Lines achieved another milestone today; it has received its Air Carrier Operating Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).