Delta spooked investors when it reported some international traffic weakness during June but it reassured investors on Wednesday.
GM shares have been beaten up too much, analysts say, while Ford shares may have gotten ahead of themselves, given the impending cost of the changeover to a new F-150.
JetBlue should be benefiting from the relative strength of its domestic markets. It's not.
Delta's Seattle buildup, triggered by Alaska's refusal to adjust a code-share agreement, is so far having little impact on Alaska, analysts say.
Most airlines halted flying over Ukraine on Thursday, following the crash of Malaysia Flight 17. The FAA warned months earlier against flying over Crimea, due to conflicts between controllers.
When Warren Buffett buys a Cadillac XTS, the world sees that a smart investor listens to a sales person and that consumers are still buying GM vehicles despite recalls.
Boeing's 747, a radical innovation when it was introduced in 1970, is on the way out. But Lufthansa remains committed to the newest versions of the airplane.
Delta disappointed airline investors on July 2, and the selling continued into Monday morning.
Five airlines stand out as the worst U.S. airlines of all time, a result of flawed models, flawed execution and often terrible operations.
GM had a bad day Monday, as bad news poured out of Detroit. But on Tuesday it seems investors and consumers had shrugged it all off.