American Airlines and US Airways pilots reach a tentative deal that could involve two arbitrations before they settle on a pilot list.
Chrysler estimates U.S. auto sales gained 3% in August, despite widespread estimates of flat sales due to tough comparisons and one less selling day.
American, Delta and United joined airline labor unions in opposing a DOT exemption and permit for Ireland-based Norwegian Air to fly to the U.S. The exemption was denied Tuesday.
American Airlines and US Airways divested slots at National when they merged. The freed-up aircraft are going primarily to add Midwest service to Charlotte and Philadelphia.
Record stock market performance is being matched by continuing strength in the U.S. auto markets.
American Airlines should reopen talks with Envoy pilots and take responsibility for low pilot pay at regional airlines, says ALPA President Lee Moak.
Boeing aircraft can be cheaper for Delta's foreign competitors than for Delta, thanks to Ex-Im Bank financing. Now the Tea Party has joined Delta in battling the bank.
The five most beloved U.S. airlines include historic Pan Am, Southwest, and three airlines with strong local identities in Charlotte, Milwaukee and Seattle.
United will offer full meals in first class on flights of more than 800 miles, a hundred miles less than the standard on Delta and American.
JetBlue CEO Dave Barger is under assault from Wall Street because he backs consumer friendly policies including more legroom, free Wi-Fi and a free first bag.