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?
How do you define an on-time airline? Seth Miller weighs in.
Delta Air Lines fended off challenges from American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines to maintain its Seattle – Tokyo-Haneda route authority.
After two years, countless meetings and diplomatic calls, the funds of international airlines serving Venezuela still in a limbo as its financial and institutional crisis worsens, and foreign airlines are still awaiting a resolution.
Amid potential labor action, Boeing delivered the first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner that was assembled at its plant in North Charleston, South Carolina to United Airlines; this delivery is also the 250th Dreamliner aircraft to be delivered.
Southwest Airlines announced that it will gain control of two more gates at Dallas Love Field and launch nine new nonstop destinations form the airport later this year.
US airlines won't squander the windfall of lower fuel prices thanks to a new breed of management
We did miss a few stories this week which are covered below, including a new Virgin Atlantic 787 route, United filing for new routes, Etihad acquiring a 49% stake in Alitalia, and a few more.
After a year hiatus, American Airlines will re-launch flights between Cleveland and New York LaGuardia early next year.
By Luis Linares / Published October 10, 2014 / Photos by author Twenty years ago commercial aviation in Denver was in a period of transition, as the city prepared to open a brand new international airport. The original airport, Stapleton International Airport, opened almost 85 years ago on October 17...
Thank-goodness it’s Flyday…err Friday, everyone! In this week’s edition, FAA flight bans, long-haul LCCs, sky-high fashion, and more!
United Airlines will be introducing refreshed meal choices in its premium cabins this fall, including on shorter flights.
By Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren / Published August 19, 2014 Southwest airlines may be starting service from Houston Hobby to Mexico City in 2015, if recent regulatory filings are any guide. In a filing dated August 14, the carrier states that it does not oppose an application recently submitted by Skywest/United...