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United shares have risen 55% this year, but skepticism about the 2010 merger with Continental remains.
Cramer has no reservations about Open Table, recommends Baidu and is cool to Campbell Soup.
Many companies are now getting a second look from investors, including Facebook and TripAdvisor.
Not only are certain sectors hot, but so is the U.S. economy, Cramer said, and that means an interest rate hike is not far away.
US Airways says passenger yield fell by 2.8%, but load factor is a record 85.1%.
A plane entirely run on solar energy is using technologies that commercial airliners may one day use, Solar Impulse pilots tell Joe Deaux.
These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
American Airlines CEO Tom Horton is crediting his predecessor for building the base for a successful restructuring.
American Airlines, expected to complete a merger this quarter, posts a second-quarter gain.
Spirit is leading a sector in which most major players show stock price gains of at least 30% this year.
Delta serves 46 states from Atlanta and will add North Dakota flights, while US Airways makes money in Fargo without flying there.
US Airways Group was a winner within the services sector, rising $0.19 (1.1%) to $17.95 on light volume
These 11 airline stocks are projected to be flying lower 12 months from now.
Alaska Airlines raises its dividend, raises passenger fees and signs a five-year pilot deal -- all in one week. No wonder analysts are swooning.
Cramer said he's frustrated by Pinnacle Foods but would buy, buy, buy Pfizer.
Citigroup, Leap Wireless and Best Buy are just three of many stocks that roared back to life after being left for dead, Cramer said.
In 2013, as in 2000, the question of Washington National dominance is front and center in a US Airways merger effort.
US Airways gets the green light to continue its plans to merge with American Airlines in the coming months.
Teamsters submitted signatures in support of a mechanics union representation election on May 8. The TWU said some of the signatures were forged.
American, Delta, United and US Airways charge fees of hundreds of dollars to change an international flight.
United, which assisted Asiana passengers after crash, conducts safety audits of its code-share partners.
Voting begins today in a union representation election involving 3,500 US Airways mechanics and related workers.
TheStreet highlights 5 stocks pushing the transportation industry higher today.
Wait for a bounce then sell Goldcorp, said Cramer, who thinks Joy Global is too cheap.
Next week should be quiet but anything can happen, Cramer said.
U.S. stock futures trade higher; Obama compiles shortlist of potential Fed chief candidates; BlackBerry to report earnings; Jon Corzine is sued by the CFTC.
Dan Fitzpatrick, founder of StockMarketMentor.com, details three aerospace stocks discussed on CNBC's "Mad Money" last night.
The NTSB has reopened at least four cases since 1996, but experts say it is unlikely to reopen the case of TWA Flight 800 despite conspiracy theories.
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