American Air and Southwest have both suffered double-digit selloffs since May 19. A veteran analyst says investors are overdoing it.
Hawaiian shares got a boost Wednesday because the carrier will join the S&P SmallCap 600 index after the close of trading Thursday.
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 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.
Southwest, Delta and JetBlue have all sat in Wall Street's doghouse recently, a result of pursuing strategies that seem to make sense even if analysts don't like them.
Southwest raises guidance for 2015 capacity gains, drawing castigation from Wall Street analysts who think capacity increases lead to lower fares.
American Air's management team, which took over in December 2013, is entirely focused on making sure a reservations systems transition goes smoothly.
United says it will spend $537 million on LAX upgrades and $244 million on a new Houston concourse as a now-profitable airline industry moves to improve its product.
Etihad Airways now sponsors the Washington Capitals, Wizards and Mystics as it lobbies against American, Delta and United over Open Skies.
Boeing's 767s are typically two or three decades old, but United Airlines' extensive polling shows them to be passengers' second-favorite aircraft due to interior upgrades.