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Boeing 787-9 Enables United to Plan Longest Flight by a U.S. Carrier

United will begin Singapore service in June, using a Boeing 787-9, the most advanced airplane, at San Francisco Airport, the best U.S. hub for Asia.

Gulf Carriers Continue to Take Traffic from American, Delta and United

American, Delta and United continue to lose passengers to the Gulf carriers, which have started or increased service in Chicago, San Francisco and Orlando.

Boeing Beats 4Q Estimates but 2016 Guidance Disappoints

Boeing beats fourth-quarter estimates but guides toward lower-than-expected revenue and per share earnings for the current year.

American Cancels 6,647 Flights, Most Among Airlines, Because of Storm

American Airlines cancelled 6,647 flights from Friday into Monday due to a winter storm that closed the Charlotte hub and several Northeast airports.

United CEO, Happily Back at Work, Wades Into Stock Buyback Controversy

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz, evidently pleased to return to work after a heart transplant, encounters a Wall Street analyst seeking a commitment to rapidly buy back stock.

Boeing Wins United Order, Bombardier Loses It, Airbus Delivers A320neo

Boeing wins a narrowbody order from United, Airbus delivers the first A320neo and Bombardier gets a compliment from Delta in a symbolic week for aircraft makers.

Hopes Are High for United but Shares Are Trapped in Steep Decline

United's share price decline is outpacing declines at other airlines because its strength in Houston and China are disadvantages in today's world.

Delta Could Save $3 Billion in 2016 as Oil Falls, but Forex Hurts

Delta reports record earnings in 2015 and expects to do better in 2016, when costs could decline by $3 billion.

How the Decline in China's Currency Could Help Hawaiian Airlines

Devaluation of the Chinese currency could result in appreciation for the Japanese yen, the safe haven currency in Asia. Hawaiian Airlines collects about 10% of revenue in yen.

Delta Sees Good Quarter, Moody’s Likes Airlines -- So Why Are Shares Slumping?

Delta and the U.S. airline industry expect to report record fourth-quarter results starting Tuesday, and Moody's likes airlines. Share prices, however, are slumping.

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