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Airlines Seen at Top of Cycle but Buybacks May Spur Price Gains

United Airlines raised its share buyback program Friday as airlines are aggressively repurchasing shares, even though the industry and the economy may have reached a cyclical peak.

Virgin America CEO: Dallas Is Weak Spot but We Love West Coast and Airbus A321

Virgin America CEO David Cush says buying efficient new aircraft like the Airbus A321neo means airlines can use current profits to buy a hedge against future fuel cost increases.

Boeing Charleston Exec Poses One More Obstacle to Union Organizing

Boeing brought an executive with people skills to its plant in North Charleston, S.C., last year, making it even tougher for the International Association of Machinists to organize.

Boeing Hands 100th Made-In-Carolina 787 to American, the Biggest Carolina Airline

Boeing's North Charleston plant delivers its 100th Dreamliner to American, marking the first time the Carolinas' largest airline took a Charleston-made plane.

Is Foreign Exposure to Blame for Falling Airline Shares?

American, Delta and United shares have registered double-digit declines in 2016, despite falling fuel prices. Could foreign exposure be to blame?

Delta, Growing in L.A., Could Spend $1 Billion Plus at LAX, Source Says

Delta wants to spend $1 billion or more to renovate two terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, a source says, as the carrier boosts its presence in Los Angeles.

Delta Gets Credit Upgrade, Distributes Profit-Sharing

Delta distributes $1.5 billion in employee profit-sharing a day after the carrier gets a credit upgrade from Moody's.

New Spirit Air CEO Looks to Smaller Markets, Better On-Time, More Planning

Spirit Airlines CEO Bob Fornaro, who took over the carrier in January, says he will look at smaller markets and improve the airline's operational reliability.

Airline Industry Eyes Spirit, With New CEO Expected to Speak Tuesday

Spirit Airlines will report earnings Tuesday, and new CEO Bob Fornaro is expected to speak publicly on Tuesday for the first time since taking over Jan. 5.

When It Comes to CEOs, Delta Is Dealt a Good Hand

Delta, led since 2004 by two exceptional CEOs, Jerry Grinstein and Richard Anderson, has a worthy successor in Ed Bastian.

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