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United's $3B Buyback Is Panned by Pilots and Flight Attendants

United, like American and Delta, wants to please Wall Street by buying back billions of dollars worth of stock, but United's pilots and flight attendants are pushing back.

Boeing 767 Past Its Prime? Just Don't Tell United Airlines or FedEx

Boeing's 767 was thought to be an aircraft at the end of its civilian life, but now United is upgrading its fleet and FedEx is buying more.

American Reports Airline Industry's Biggest-Ever Profit, and Shares Fall

American CEO Doug Parker says the carrier's $1.9 billion profit excluding items was the best in airline industry history. But shares fell 7% on Friday.

United Air, Keeping Wall Street Happy, Plans $3 Billion More In Buybacks

United reports record second-quarter profit and says it will buy back $3 billion more in stock.

The Bar Is Set Low for American Airlines Earnings

Delta reported yield problems in three cities including Chicago and Dallas, both American hubs, leading to diminished expectations for American earnings.

How a Strike Could Affect Delta and United's New York Flights

Delta, United and British Airways say a threatened strike by employees of a subcontractor at JFK and LaGuardia won't impact their operations.

Airport Workers May Strike at Delta New York Terminals Late Wednesday

Workers at Delta subcontractor Aviation Safeguards could potentially strike New York airports starting at JFK at 10 p.m. on Wednesday.

Boeing's Biggest Union Kicks Off Effort to Organize Airbus in Mobile, Ala.

Boeing's biggest union, the International Association of Machinists, wants to organize the Mobile, Ala. plant operated by Boeing competitor Airbus. The plant will produce Airbus A320s.

United Talks With Flight Attendants Stall Over Basic Costing Models

United's flight attendants plan demonstrations around the world as contract talks run into problems regarding basic assumptions.

Virgin America CEO: Why Fight Expedia and Sabre? We're Joining Them

Virgin America is the first U.S. carrier to use a new Sabre platform that will enable sale of ancillary products such as seat upgrades on global distribution systems.

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