An American Airlines unit is offering $250,000 bonuses to attract pilots from freight and other carriers. FedEx, though, has a suplus.
Trips from the U.S. to Europe especially are surging this summer. And that has consequences for domestic airlines—and airfares.
AAA expects Americans will break the travel records they set the year before the pandemic started.
Customer and airlines like them better than higher airfares.
Leisure travel, as opposed to business, is the source of most of the industry’s profits these days.
Airlines and manufacturers say they need more time to retrofit planes to prevent the cell technology from interfering with altimeters.
This week, pilots at both American and United Airlines rejected tentative contract deals, and Delta pilots voted to authorize a strike if negotiations break down.
A lot of people want to fly, and airlines have fewer seats to sell.
Airlines are benefiting from the return of business travel, but for how long?
The aviation industry’s troubles come down to three problems, one analyst says: capacity, captains and cancellations.