Sep 23, 2011 Thanks to a weak euro, there is a bump in tourism now, but prolonged economic woes will pull down airline profits.
Sep 22, 2011 Congress is about to provide stopgap funding for the FAA -- and fight about it again later. Meantime, the FAA subsidizes rural airlines to the tune of millions. But fewer people are using them.
Aug 24, 2011 The FAA recently approved the use of iPads in the cockpit for pilot navigation. United says it will issue every pilot the device. ...
Sep 22, 2011 New federal rules prevent long tarmac delays, give extra compensation if fliers are bumped off flights and force airlines to clearly disclose all those extra fees
Aug 4, 2011 General Motors today reported its profit nearly doubled in the 2nd quarter thanks to higher prices on its cars and trucks. Analysts believe GM may have made a permanent turn from its unprofitable days of the past.
Aug 4, 2011 A team of engineers from the Federal Aviation Administration is in Washington today, lobbying Congress to come to an agreement on an FAA budget
Sep 22, 2011 Congress has gone on vacation without funding the FAA. Now inspectors have to work without pay, and the nation goes $1.2 billion short
Aug 2, 2011 Congress may not come to a decision on the FAA budget for at least month, curtailing about $200 million a week in tax revenues. That means no work for 4,000 agency employees and 70,000 construction workers.
Sep 22, 2011 American airlines is buying 460 new jets but only 200 of those will come from U.S. manufacturer Boeing. The rest will be made in Europe by Airbus.
Nov 29, 2011 In an effort to reduce high fuel costs, American Airlines has ordered 460 new planes from Boeing and Airbus. The deal will phase out the carrier's current gas-guzzling fleet.