Delta reports that revenue per available seat mile rose 3% in October, pushing its share price up. For the month, Delta completed 99.9% of its mainline flights.
American Airlines flight attendants are voting on a tentative contract agreement called 'industry leading' by union President Laura Glading. But some US Airways flight attendants don't buy it.
Alaska Airlines shares have gained 44% this year, mid-range for airline stocks, and a leading airline analyst says Delta's Seattle buildup is bound to hurt the stock.
United Airlines now flies the longest Boeing 787 route in the world, while American awaits its first 787 and Delta might not even want one.
Auto sales and auto pricing continued to gain ground in October but experts question the impact of incentives while Ford and GM worry about future pricing.
Delta challenges Wall Street analysts who think it has strayed from the path of capacity discipline, while American CEO Doug Parker pays tribute to longtime analyst Ray Neidl.
Five airlines reports record third quarters and United posts its best quarter ever. But United's advance bookings decline.
Qatar Airways is flying its A350 into Frankfurt and its A380 into Heathrow, one more sign that the Middle East carriers pose an increasing threat to the major European carriers.
A new poll taken for TheStreet shows because of the Ebola scare 27% of Americans are afraid to fly and 4% have changed their travel plans.
Delta is widely seen as the leading U.S. airline, yet some Wall Street analysts have decided it is adding too much capacity, breaking the mold of 'capacity discipline.'