Despite reporting a record second quarter net profit of $1.2 billion yesterday, Chicago-based United Airlines continues to be plagued by a series of shortcomings ranging from operational foibles to persistent and widespread revenue weakness. Even as net profits rose 51.2% year-over-year (YOY) driven primarily...
Virgin America will be facing a ton of competition to Hawaii, and because it doesn’t have a huge connecting complex at San Francisco, it cannot count on demand from across the United States to fill its flights. Part 2 of our analysis...
The Airbus A350 continues catching the eye in its Americas Tour. After leaving Atlanta in a visit to Delta Air Lines, the airliner continued its route with a stop at Newark Liberty Airport, where investors and media were invited to take a look at the newest member of the Airbus Family in the premises...
Virgin America will be facing a ton of competition with its new service to Hawaii and its connecting complex at SFO doesn't help. Part 1 of our analysis.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through the Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSS) has informed that a system-wide computer outage has caused the grounding of all United Airlines flights in the United States this morning.
The Department of Justice of the United States (DOJ) has sent subpoenas to several major US mainline and low-cost carriers as part of an investigation into collusion, an alleged practice intended to limit capacity increases, and keep ticket prices high.
Earlier this week, JetBlue announced a major expansion of its second largest hub at Boston, headlined by the debut of its ultra-premium Mint product on routes to Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), and Barbados.
It appears as though cooler heads have prevailed at Dallas's most convenient airport.
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?
With the Phoenix International Aviation Symposium wrapped up, we thought we'd return to a handle of tidbits from a network and fleet planning discussion,
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 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.
American Airlines plans to combine the reservation systems as early as July, and the airline plans to take a different approach than other airlines.
Monday morning, United Airlines and Houston Airport System broke ground on the new Terminal C-North Concourse making way for the new international terminal.