Southwest Airlines shares are up 75% this year: an analyst sees more gains based on travel tends, capacity trends and the end of restrictions on flying at Love Field.
American Air shares began trading Monday and many airline analysts say Wall Street doesn't fully recognize their potential.
The International Association of Machinists said it will meet again with Boeing on Wednesday, following a Tuesday meeting, to discuss building the 777X in Seattle.
The U.S. government subsidizes foreign airline purchases of Boeing aircraft, plans an Abu Dhabi customs pre-clearance facility, and gives away Open Skies treaty rights, all at the expense of the U.S. airline industry.
GM says Dan Akerson will step down earlier than planned because his wife is suffering from cancer.
American's merger with US Airways makes Charlotte Douglas International Airport the second-biggest hub for the world's biggest airline.
Delta keeps adding flights in Seattle, and now Alaska is retaliating by adding flights in Salt Lake City.
Microsoft stock is falling Thursday, apparently because investors finally believe what Ford said in 2012: Alan Mulally is staying until 2014.
Ford unveils its highly anticipated new Mustang, 50 years after the car was introduced, in one more sign of the resurgence of the U.S. auto industry.
GM has been getting the nod over Ford from experts and investors recently, but S&P Capital IQ analyst Efraim Levy sees things differently and says he is concerned about GM's valuation and inventory buildup.