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Insider Faces Outsider in American Flight Attendants Union Election

Two veteran flight attendants -- a union insider and an outsider -- are vying to replace Laura Glading as president of the union representing American Airlines flight attendants.

Low-Cost Airlines Allegiant, Frontier and Wow Break Out New Routes

Ultra-low-cost carriers Allegiant, Frontier and Iceland's Wow Air announce new routes on Tuesday, a sign of the rapid expansion in the segment.

It's Odd How Alaska Is 2016's Most Beaten-Up Airline Stock

Alaska Airlines shares have fallen 13% in 2016. Some analysts think that's excessive.

Frontier Airlines Exec, Who Coined Term 'ULCC,' Plans Rapid Growth

Spirit CEO Ben Baldanza and Frontier President Barry Biffle created the ultra-low-cost-carrier segment in the U.S.. Now Baldanza is gone. But Biffle is still shaking things up.

Airline Innovator Ben Baldanza Envisioned Spirit Exit a Year Ago

Ben Baldanza was talking a year ago about leaving Spirit, but the announcement of his departure on Tuesday surprised investors and boosted the share price.

Delta's December Traffic Report Beats Estimates but the Stock Slumps

Delta's December revenue per available seat mile beats analyst estimates, but the stock falls just as it has done each day in 2016.

Airbus Sale of Three A380s to ANA Is Nice but Comes 20 Years Too Late

Airbus sells three A380s to ANA, but the Boeing 777, Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 are reducing the need for the aircraft.

Airlines Stocks Look Attractive for 2016 Thanks to Low Fuel, Share Buybacks

Airline stocks should benefit in 2016 from low fuel costs and share buybacks, provided management doesn't add too much capacity or discount too aggressively.

Why Ford, GM Shares Disappointed Even as Auto Sales Soared

Ford and GM shares are both down for the year, even though 2015 U.S. light vehicle sales reached record levels with further increases projected for 2016.

At Boeing and United, Retiring Union Leader Sees Promising Signs

Tom Buffenbarger, retiring after 17 years as president of the International Association of Machinists, sees promising signs from new CEOs at Boeing and United Airlines.

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