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A new poll taken for TheStreet shows because of the Ebola scare 27% of Americans are afraid to fly and 4% have changed their travel plans.
Delta is widely seen as the leading U.S. airline, yet some Wall Street analysts have decided it is adding too much capacity, breaking the mold of 'capacity discipline.'
Airline shares continue to fall on Ebola fears, though analysts believe the concerns may be overblown.
American Airlines trigger a JPMorgan investment thesis the firm thought it had discarded.
As American Airlines approached bankruptcy in 2011, the carrier and its pilot union searched for options that included a merger with United and the return of Bob Crandall.
Repeated delays related to fake ebola scares are mounting up for airlines, causing inconvenience for passengers and conceivably deterring travel for some.
American Airlines' merger with US Airways made it the biggest carrier at LAX, where it has added 12 routes in 15 months. More growth is planned.
Perhaps the world should not be so quick to count out the labor movement in the South, particularly among airline and aerospace employees.
United Airlines, facing criticism of its Love Field strategy, tops the watch list as airline investors await third-quarter earnings.
The Transportation Security Administration's PreCheck program provides a rare example of a government program that offers a big benefit at a small cost.