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American Airlines says it will give employees 4% pay raises on top of raises they negotiate in contract talks. Meanwhile, pilots at regional subsidiary Envoy agreed to a concessionary contract.
Boeing has benefited for years from high oil prices that make new, fuel-efficient airplanes an obvious bargain. Now the benefit is not quite so obvious.
Delta has been attacking American for its lack of profit sharing, but flight attendant leader Laura Glading says the carrier is trying to fend off an organizing drive.
Delta has again attacked American, boasting on an employee Web site that profit sharing enables it to pay its employees better than its rival does.
United took advantage of the Boeing 787's unique capabilities to begin San Francisco-Chengdu flights in June. Now the carrier is moving to daily service during summer 2015.
American Airlines regional subsidiary Envoy has a complex history that made it difficult for pilots to accept a proposed contract. Now pilots are voting on a new tentative deal.
United and JetBlue top the list of 2015 picks for Deutsche Bank, which raises target prices for nine carriers.
Delta, widely seen as the leader of the U.S. airline industry, continued to impress analysts at its investor day.
Virgin America picks a great time to go public as the outlook for airlines is strong. But some analysts question the carrier's long-term viability.
American Airlines is JPMorgan's top airline pick for 2015. The firm says falling fuel prices will continue to benefit the sector in the coming year.