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US Airways Pilot Group Bows Out of American Air Seniority Talks

Pilot seniority integration talks at American Airlines were due to start Monday, but a 9th Circuit U.S. Appeals Court ruling threw a monkey wrench into the plan.

Fiat Chrysler Leads as Auto Sales Continue 6-Year Run in June

U.S. auto sales, a key economic indicator, continue their six-year-run in June, with first-half sales up 5%.

Southwest Airlines: Wall Street Still Doesn’t Get It, Analyst Says

A veteran airline analyst says Southwest Airlines is among the best bets airline investors can make.

Delta CEO Says Detroit Knows the Pain of Unfair Competition

Delta CEO Richard Anderson says Detroit has the best U.S. airport -- he worked on it -- but also knows how unfair, subsidized competition has harmed the U.S. auto industry.

Delta's Growth in Seattle Didn’t Hurt Alaska Airlines After All

Alaska Airlines has emerged as a strong incumbent after once facing widespread doubt about its future when Delta started to build a competing Seattle hub.

United's Move of Trans-Con Service to Newark Is a No-Brainer

United Airlines says it will vacate New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and will operate up to 32 daily flights between Newark and California.

Airline Stocks Could Start to Recover, Says Veteran Analyst

American, Southwest and United are all cutting back on projected capacity growth, leading a veteran airline analyst to believe that airline stocks could start to recover.

Analyst Downgrades Southwest but Sees Gains at American, Delta, United

Southwest is growing too fast and will degrade margins, but an airline industry "balance of power" will benefit American, Delta and United, says Barclays analyst David Fintzen.

Delta Decries Smaller Carry-On Bag Standard - Which Is Then Withdrawn

Delta said it isn't pleased with an airline trade group's effort to reduce the standard size for airline passengers' carry-on bags.

Southwest Starts Capacity Cuts as American and United See Second-Quarter Weakness

American, Delta, Southwest and United are all guiding toward weak second-quarter unit revenue, but the picture could change later this year.

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