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United Talks With Flight Attendants Stall Over Basic Costing Models

United's flight attendants plan demonstrations around the world as contract talks run into problems regarding basic assumptions.

Virgin America CEO: Why Fight Expedia and Sabre? We're Joining Them

Virgin America is the first U.S. carrier to use a new Sabre platform that will enable sale of ancillary products such as seat upgrades on global distribution systems.

Delta and United Labor Issues Surface Even as Record Profits Continue

Delta pilots reject a tentative contract agreement as United flight attendants prepare to demonstrate.

American Air Says Oct. 17 Is the Date for the End of US Airways

American Airlines says the last US Airways flights will arrive in Philadelphia and Denver early in the morning on Saturday, Oct. 17.

Delta's West Coast Growth Defies Wall Street and Justice Department

Delta, defying both Wall Street preferences and Justice Department suspicions, is growing rapidly at LAX, SeaTac and PDX.

Why Allegiant Rose Wednesday When Every Other Airline Stock Fell

Wednesday was a strange day, and one of the strangest things was that shares in Allegiant Airlines bucked the trend and rose 4%.

Boeing 767's Biggest Fan FedEx May Order Up to 50 More, Report Says

FedEx Likes the Boeing 767 so much that it plans to order up to 50 more aircraft, according to a published report.

Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 Will Both Enter Vietnam Air Fleet

Vietnam Air will become the second carrier in the world, after Qatar Airways, to fly the two most modern aircraft, the Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787.

American Air Pilots Seek Fair Hearing for All US Airways Pilots

The American Airlines pilot merger committee wants US Airways east pilots to be represented by a merger committee, just as it previously wanted representation for former America West pilots.

Airlines' Capacity Moves Are Very Public

The Justice Department is investigating collusion in airline capacity cuts, but in general airline capacity discussions are very public.

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