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American Airlines Holiday Schedule Flub Affects 400 Flight Attendants

American Airlines is offering some flight attendants 300% of their regular pay to fly flights mistakenly assigned to them because of a glitch in a scheduling program.

Allegiant Shares Skid on Oil Price and Capacity Growth Concerns

Allegiant shares fall 9% following an analyst downgrade, but year-to-date the stock is up 16.5%, third best among major airlines

Labor Demands Will Challenge U.S. Airlines in 2016, Analyst Says

With record profit and active negotiations on nearly 20 amendable labor contracts, the airline industry faces mounting labor demands.

Auto Sales and Airline Traffic Are Booming - Can Retail Holiday Sales Follow?

Auto sales and airline passenger counts are experiencing a boom, but some retail sectors have not been able to keep up.

Delta and Virgin Crowd More California Flights into United's Denver Hub

United's Denver hub draws new competition to Los Angeles and San Francisco from Delta and Virgin America.

Boeing’s 747-8 Reaches 100 Deliveries as Sales Wind Down

Boeing's 747-8 has followed an unusual development path.

American's Frequent Flyer Change Is a Start on Fixing Share Price Decline

American says that next year it will remodel its frequent-flyer program.

Delta CEO Is Right -- Used Boeing 777-200s Are Worth Just $10 Million, Expert Says

Delta CEO Richard Anderson's $10 million valuation for used Boeing 777s was panned by Boeing and others. It turns out Anderson was right, an expert says.

United's On-Time at Newark Beats Average Despite DOJ Claim, Analyst Says

Performance for United Airlines' on-time arrivals at Newark Airport is surprisingly good despite the DOJ's claim of bad service, an analyst says.

Airport and Airline Workers Should Be Screened, Ex-TSA Executive Says

The possible bombing of a Russian charter jet in Egypt, apparently an inside job, has prompted calls to screen airlines and airport workers with access to U.S. airports.

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