American, Delta and United Airlines are downgraded Wednesday morning by a veteran airline analyst who says international performance is weakening.
Iceland's Wow Air picked Boston as its first U.S. destination and will start in Baltimore in May, as low-fare trans-Atlantic service begins to take hold.
Management at United Airlines increasingly has been gaining the backing of Wall Street analysts, but support among United pilots continues to lag.
March auto sales could decline due to tough comps and fewer selling days in 2015 than in 2014, experts forecast.
American Airlines receives a buy rating from S&P Capital IQ, which initiated coverage Wednesday. It came as oil price jitters pressured airline shares
Hawaiian Air shares fell 27% on Jan. 30, thanks to weak unit revenue guidance. On Tuesday, thanks to revised guidance, shares gained 7%.
A Germanwings Airbus A320 carrying 144 passengers and six crew members crashed Tuesday morning in the Southern French Alps.
Airbus should decide this year whether its A380, the flagship for Dubai-based Emirates airline, warrants an upgrade.
American ranks first in social media use in survey by a Toronto firm, while United ranks high on Twitter usage but low on Facebook.
Boeing and Airbus sites in South Carolina and Alabama, and Georgia-based Delta are all targets of organizing campaigns by the Machinists union..