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.
Sunday marks 20 years since United Airlines became the world's first airline to introduce the Boeing 777 into commercial service.
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
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.
United Airlines offered a sneak preview on how it will bring its customers traveling through LAX convenience, comfort, and class.
American Airlines plans to combine the reservation systems as early as July, and the airline plans to take a different approach than other airlines.
At the PHX Aviation Symposium, four airline executives came together and discussed recent consolidation and where the industry is headed.
On Tuesday, SkyWest flew its final EMB-120 Brasilia revenue flight which was United/SkyWest 5165 from Santa Maria, California to Los Angeles.
United Airlines announced several changes to its fleet last week as it reported earnings for the first quarter of 2015, most notably the conversion of 10 Boeing 787-9s on order to the larger Boeing 777-300ER.
United is introducing a revamped dining service for United Economy travelers on long-haul international flights just in time for the busy summer season.
Eastern. TWA. Braniff. Northwest. Pan Am. There are more defunct airlines in US history than there are current passenger transport carriers, redolent of a much-missed time gone by. Are there are other potential airline mergers in the near future?