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United Flight Attendants Renew Talks Aimed at Joint Contract

United flight attendants begin a new round of contract talks aimed at securing a joint contract following the Continental merger in 2010.

United Executive Says Dallas-Type Fare Skirmishing Is Seen in Chicago

United's Jim Compton says the carrier has seen American moving to cut Chicago O'Hare fares to match Southwest at Midway.

American Airlines Is Downgraded Thanks to Southwest's Growth in Dallas

Bank of America/Merrill Lynch on Wednesday downgrades American Airlines to neutral from buy.

Alaska Air Trading Gains Lead Investor to Start an Airlines ETF

Delta buys back shares, American CEO Doug Parker takes compensation in stock, Alaska shares double and Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes starts thinking 'time for an airlines ETF.'

Airlines Face Fake Bomb Threats, United Delay and Stock Declines

United Airlines flights were briefly halted Tuesday morning because of a delay in the automated dispatch system.

Washington Dulles Needs a New Airline and the Time Is Right

United has cut back dramatically at Washington Dulles, creating an opportunity for a start-up carrier that would follow the path of JetBlue at JFK.

American Air and Southwest Selloffs are Misguided, Analyst Says

American Air and Southwest have both suffered double-digit selloffs since May 19. A veteran analyst says investors are overdoing it.

Hawaiian Shares Jump as Carrier Is to Join S&P SmallCap 600

Hawaiian shares got a boost Wednesday because the carrier will join the S&P SmallCap 600 index after the close of trading Thursday.

United and American -- Chicago's Mayor Has Their Backs

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel welcomed Emirates airline to Chicago, but now he sees that American and United have a good case against Gulf Carrier subsidies.

Delta and Spirit Add Flights as Airline Investors Dump Shares

Delta and Spirit announced new flights on Tuesday, which probably wasn't the best timing since capacity increases and efforts to match Spirit fares already were spooking investors.

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