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

Obama Failed to Block Middle East Airlines' Rapid U.S. Growth - Now It's Trump's Turn to Try

Obama Failed to Block Middle East Airlines' Rapid U.S. Growth - Now It's Trump's Turn to Try

Emirates, Etihad and Qatar have increased their U.S. flying by 47% since January 2015, despite a campaign by American, Delta and United to slow the growth.

How United Leads the Airline Industry in Reducing Carbon Emissions

How United Leads the Airline Industry in Reducing Carbon Emissions

United Airlines leads the global airline industry in its commitment to biofuel, targeting the use of 900 million gallons over the next 10 years.

During Tough Time for Cuba, American Airlines Adds Service to Havana

During Tough Time for Cuba, American Airlines Adds Service to Havana

American Airlines began Charlotte-Havana service on Wednesday, despite Fidel Castro's death, an apparent excess of planned U.S.-Cuba service, and Donald Trump's threat to roll back U.S.-Cuba relations.

American Airlines CEO to Pilots -- We Won't Change Contract Before 2020

American Airlines CEO to Pilots -- We Won't Change Contract Before 2020

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says the contract pilots signed in 2015 will remain in effect, even though pilots at Delta, Southwest and United have gotten better contracts since then.

American Airlines Flight Attendant Union Election Is Challenged by Feds

American Airlines Flight Attendant Union Election Is Challenged by Feds

The Department of Labor challenges the results of a January election for flight attendants at American Airlines, saying voter secrecy wasn't maintained.