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New Spirit Air CEO Looks to Smaller Markets, Better On-Time, More Planning

Spirit Airlines CEO Bob Fornaro, who took over the carrier in January, says he will look at smaller markets and improve the airline's operational reliability.

Airline Industry Eyes Spirit, With New CEO Expected to Speak Tuesday

Spirit Airlines will report earnings Tuesday, and new CEO Bob Fornaro is expected to speak publicly on Tuesday for the first time since taking over Jan. 5.

When It Comes to CEOs, Delta Is Dealt a Good Hand

Delta, led since 2004 by two exceptional CEOs, Jerry Grinstein and Richard Anderson, has a worthy successor in Ed Bastian.

Strong Demand for Autos and Airline Seats Defies Lame Stock Prices

American, Delta, Ford and GM report record earnings. Auto sales are strong. Ticket sales are strong. But share prices lag.

American Calls Charlotte Best Hub for Unit Revenue, but Frontier Looms

American Airlines President says Charlotte is the airline's best hub for revenue per available seat mile, but ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier plans Charlotte growth.

Record Profit Is a Bad Optic as American Air CEO Decries Profit Sharing

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker doesn't believe in profit sharing, which looks bad at a time when airlines have record profits and rivals share those profits with workers.

American Air CEO: Low Share Price Is 'Disconnect' From Reality

American Airlines is aggressively buying back shares that investors shun because not every penny of fuel price savings is retained.

American Reports Highest Annual Profit in Airline Industry History

American says it earned $6.3 billion in 2015, the highest annual profit in airline history.

Boeing 787-9 Enables United to Plan Longest Flight by a U.S. Carrier

United will begin Singapore service in June, using a Boeing 787-9, the most advanced airplane, at San Francisco Airport, the best U.S. hub for Asia.

Gulf Carriers Continue to Take Traffic from American, Delta and United

American, Delta and United continue to lose passengers to the Gulf carriers, which have started or increased service in Chicago, San Francisco and Orlando.

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