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Berkshire Hathaway invested billions of dollars into the U.S. airline industry earlier this year.
Qatar Airways says it wants to buy 10% of American Airlines. American Airlines pilots say the effort 'has got to be stopped.'
Qatar Airways battles American Airlines on subsidies to Middle East carriers, but it also owns big shares of American partners British Airways and LATAM.
Coffee prices and oil prices have been trading with an unusually high correlation.
American, Delta and United are all having strong years, but Southwest is the only airline whose share price gain exceeds the S&P 500.
In the Paris Air Show battle between the Boeing MAX 10 and the Delta A321, United and Delta made opposing picks.
Analysts from Atlantic assign an overweight rating to Delta and United.
United will also add four new 777-300ERs to its fleet
A new survey shows Southwest as the people's favorite.
President Trump's revision of Obama's Cuba policy stands to put in limbo American business progress on the island.
Brett Hart named Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel
United says it has been adding seats on nearly all of its aircraft, while American says it won't reduce seat pitch on the Boeing 737 MAX as much as planned.
United said it is increasing service on 11 routes connecting the continental U.S. and Hawaii.
Last week, United boosted service at San Francisco and two carriers added Oakland-Barcelona. Meanwhile, San Jose is fastest-growing major U.S. airport.
Investors are in full wait and see mode.
It was a day of wait with investors cautious ahead of a busy Thursday. After wavering between gains and losses, stocks ended slightly higher.
Stocks wade further into the green on Wednesday afternoon after former FBI director James Comey's prepared testimony is made public.
Delta's chief financial officer says the carrier has seen no impact on forward bookings from terrorist incidents in London. Also, United and Southwest reaffirm unit revenue guidance.
Stocks move cautiously higher on Wednesday as investors wait for direction from a number of market-churning events on Thursday and a major selloff in crude kneecaps indexes.
United is working to fix its public image after an incident in which a passenger on one of its flights was forcibly removed from the plane.
An update on the merger of Marriott International and Starwood Hotels.
Finally, a win for embattled United.
Live webcast available at ir.united.com
United partner Copa Airlines, which has a fortress hub in Panama City, provides a way to buy into Latin America's growth. Shares are up 116% in the past 52 weeks.
Saturday's terrorist attack on London is likely to have a minimal impact on travel to the U.K. and Europe, experts say, although some leisure travelers may have second thoughts.
While laptops appear to have received a reprieve from being banned on U.S. flights, a prohibition would not increase security in the cabin of airplanes.
The plane was said to have had a problem with its engine and was escorted to a gate by the Chicago Fire Department shortly after landing at O'Hare International Airport.