Ted Reed

Ted Reed covers the airline industry. He previously covered airlines for The Miami Herald and The Charlotte Observer. He also worked for US Airways, writing speeches for executives and stories for internal publications. He is the author of "Carl Furillo: Brooklyn Dodgers All-Star," and co-author of "American Airlines, US Airways and the Creation of the World's Largest Airline." He graduated from Wesleyan University and Columbia University School of Journalism.

 


Recent Articles By The Author

Boeing Still Entices Analysts Despite Engine Blip and Canada Tiff

Boeing Still Entices Analysts Despite Engine Blip and Canada Tiff

Boeing remains a top three Dow stock as it sails through a brief 737 MAX delay and a tiff with Canada over its allegation that Bombardier dumped aircraft.

Delta Air Lines Is Still Not Ready to Back ATC Reform Bill, Sources Say

Delta Air Lines Is Still Not Ready to Back ATC Reform Bill, Sources Say

Delta Air Lines, which last year opposed privatization of air traffic control, has not changed its position, despite Washington speculation to the contrary.

Sure, a Laptop Ban May Impact Airlines but a New Report Says Air Travel Is Usually Resilient

Sure, a Laptop Ban May Impact Airlines but a New Report Says Air Travel Is Usually Resilient

A report by the International Air Travel Association says recent terrorist attacks on Europe had a $2.5 billion impact on air travel, but that impact has all but vanished.

United Airlines Pilots Urge Airport-by-Airport Laptop Ban and Cockpit Security Gates

United Airlines Pilots Urge Airport-by-Airport Laptop Ban and Cockpit Security Gates

United Airlines pilots say laptop bans should be based on individual airport security levels, while the leak of cockpit access code emphasizes need for cockpit security gates.

American Airlines Honors Retiring Charlotte Executive, Who Says CEO Parker Had to Earn Her Trust

American Airlines Honors Retiring Charlotte Executive, Who Says CEO Parker Had to Earn Her Trust

American Airlines honors Terri Pope, its top Charlotte executive, who will retire in June, donating $340,000 to Charlotte charities. Pope called American CEO Doug Parker 'a servant leader.'