07/29/15 - 07:39 AM EDT
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.
07/28/15 - 06:46 AM EDT
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.
07/27/15 - 06:45 AM EDT
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.
07/23/15 - 09:21 AM EDT
United reports record second-quarter profit and says it will buy back $3 billion more in stock.
07/23/15 - 07:00 AM EDT
Delta reported yield problems in three cities including Chicago and Dallas, both American hubs, leading to diminished expectations for American earnings.
07/22/15 - 08:19 AM EDT
Delta, United and British Airways say a threatened strike by employees of a subcontractor at JFK and LaGuardia won't impact their operations.
07/21/15 - 02:09 PM EDT
Workers at Delta subcontractor Aviation Safeguards could potentially strike New York airports starting at JFK at 10 p.m. on Wednesday.
07/21/15 - 07:02 AM EDT
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.
07/15/15 - 10:29 AM EDT
United's flight attendants plan demonstrations around the world as contract talks run into problems regarding basic assumptions.
07/15/15 - 06:45 AM EDT
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.