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

American Airlines Shares Tumble After Carrier Offers $1 Billion in Pay Raises

American Airlines Shares Tumble After Carrier Offers $1 Billion in Pay Raises

American Airlines' share price fell Thursday after the carrier said it will give pilots and flight attendants a $1 billion pay raise over the next two and a half years.

American Airlines Beats Estimates, Defers Airbus A350s and Guides to Positive Unit Revenue

American Airlines Beats Estimates, Defers Airbus A350s and Guides to Positive Unit Revenue

American Airlines beat estimates and guides to positive current quarter unit revenue. The carrier also defers its initial delivery of the Airbus A350.

American Airlines' $1 Billion Pay Boost Is Welcomed by Unions but Panned by Analyst

American Airlines' $1 Billion Pay Boost Is Welcomed by Unions but Panned by Analyst

American Airlines will boost flight attendant and pilot pay by $1 billion over three years in a good faith gesture. Unions applauded; a top analyst panned the move.

United to Raise Limit on Customers Denied Boarding to $10,000

United to Raise Limit on Customers Denied Boarding to $10,000

United has laid out its four failures that led to an incident where a passenger was dragged from an aircraft, and has made 10 policy changes.

Alaska Airlines Pilots Say Good Quarter Should Mean Faster Contract Talks

Alaska Airlines Pilots Say Good Quarter Should Mean Faster Contract Talks

Alaska Airlines grew capacity after a merger and beat first-quarter estimates. Now pilots want faster talks on a joint contract.