Not surprisingly, support for Hillary Clinton among airline labor unions is strong. Clinton backs infrastructure spending and social programs while Donald Trump backs right-to-work laws.
United Continental (UAL) announced late yesterday it will support a United Nations pollution proposal that could cost airlines $24 billion annually by 2035.
The airlines said Monday they have agreed not to close their $4 billion deal until Oct. 17, delaying the Sept. 30 deadline for regulators to complete their review.
Airlines are facing some tough headwinds from Europe to Latin America and Jim Cramer has a playbook on how they can weather the turbulence.