Frontier Airlines has placed an order for 12 A320 Family aircraft, including 10 more A321ceos. Now, the airline has a Airbus order backlog of 101 aircraft.
Delta Air Lines took delivery of the first 242-tonne Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) A330-300 today in Toulouse, France
Hawaiian Airlines will cut flights to Sendai, Japan later this year.
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
The Dutch Government is blocking the Gulf carriers from expanding at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport.
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.
Alitalia will not renew its joint venture agreements nor partnership with Air France-KLM when they come up for renewal in January 2017.
President and CEO Jonathan Ornstein spoke to media at the Regional Airline Association convention in Cleveland about the 1,500 hour rule and growth.
After conducting a massive survey, Republic's next strategy is employee engagement and finalizing a pilot contract pilots want based on quality of life.
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.
David Siegel has resigned as Frontier's CEO "for personal reasons," and the carrier's chairman and president have taken over.
United Airlines offered a sneak preview on how it will bring its customers traveling through LAX convenience, comfort, and class.