American Airlines' two top executives spoke on the East Coast and the West Coast on Tuesday. Both said the airline industry is doing well but still faces obstacles.
FedEx reports strong earnings for its fiscal first quarter.
Spirit Airlines' new yellow design recalls the colors of the long-departed Hughes Air West.
Since March, everything has gone wrong for Malaysia Airlines, which lost 510 passengers, 27 crew members and two airplanes in two oddball fatal crashes.
United becomes the first U.S. carrier to take possession of the stretched version of the Boeing 787.
American Airlines and US Airways pilots reach a tentative deal that could involve two arbitrations before they settle on a pilot list.
Chrysler estimates U.S. auto sales gained 3% in August, despite widespread estimates of flat sales due to tough comparisons and one less selling day.
American, Delta and United joined airline labor unions in opposing a DOT exemption and permit for Ireland-based Norwegian Air to fly to the U.S. The exemption was denied Tuesday.
American Airlines and US Airways divested slots at National when they merged. The freed-up aircraft are going primarily to add Midwest service to Charlotte and Philadelphia.
Record stock market performance is being matched by continuing strength in the U.S. auto markets.