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Allegiant Air Nears Pilot Contract: Did the Teamsters Campaign Work?

After four years of negotiations, Allegiant Air appears to be nearing a pilot contract, possibly as a result of an aggressive publicity campaign by the Teamsters Union.

A Decline in Airfares May Be Ending as Delta Raises and Summer Fares Gain

Average airfares reached a six-year low in the fourth quarter, but now various indicators show that the long decline may be over.

Delta's New York to D.C. Shuttle, Bucking Tradition, Removes Midday Flights

Delta will end a 55-year tradition of hourly shuttle service between New York and Washington this fall, when it cuts out two midday flights.

American Airlines Partner Air Wisconsin Offers Dispatchers Raises of Zero

As major airlines continue to squeeze the regionals, American Airlines partner Air Wisconsin is offering dispatchers no raises at all in contract talks.

Virgin America Steps Up Battle With Failed Acquirer JetBlue

After JetBlue lost out to Alaska in bidding to acquire Virgin America, it retaliated by chasing Virgin America passengers, prompting a response Wednesday from Virgin.

Spirit Airlines CEO: 'Don't Blame Us for Low Airfares - Blame the Majors'

Spirit CEO Bob Fornaro says the rapid additions of new Dallas capacity may have started a trend to cut fares - but now everybody is doing it.

Survey Shows Airline Passengers Satisfied as American and United Improve

For the second time in a month, a survey shows airline passengers are increasingly satisfied, although many find the seats uncomfortable.

Inspiring Gestures at United Airlines Fail to Halt a Share Price Plunge

United Airlines excelled last week at customer service, labor and shareholder relations and CEO gestures, but the stock plunged 12%.

United Airlines Contracts With IAM Reverse the Trend to Outsourcing

United Airlines signs contracts covering 30,000 workers with the International Association of Machinists, its largest union. The contracts reverse the trend toward outsourcing.

Airport Lines Are Too Long but TSA Cites Speedup in Baggage Screening

Long lines are plaguing airline passengers this spring, but one aspect of the Transportation Security Administration's airport operation is showing improvement: checked baggage screening is quicker and more efficient.

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