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JetBlue shares have gained 24% year to date, leading all airlines, but some analysts want to see whether management can execute a new pricing plan.
For years, New York's LaGuardia Airport has been a close-in airport offering domestic flights up to 1,500 miles. But that may change.
Delta and the Machinists union say they are pleased the Justice Department has been asked to investigate.
United projects flat to positive first-quarter unit revenue numbers, distinguishing itself from rivals American and Delta.
A nasty fight between Allegiant and the Teamsters union hasn't been a good thing for the airline's stock.
The International Association of Machinists suspends an effort to unionize Delta flight attendants three months after saying it had signatures from 60% of them.
Delta shares are dropping 2% after losing 6% last week due to rising oil prices and weak international trends in March. This week, American and United will report March traffic.
American and Delta have taken stands against Indiana-type 'religious freedom' bills that are pending in North Carolina and Georgia.
American, Delta and United Airlines are downgraded Wednesday morning by a veteran airline analyst who says international performance is weakening.
Iceland's Wow Air picked Boston as its first U.S. destination and will start in Baltimore in May, as low-fare trans-Atlantic service begins to take hold.