Fuel costs are down but may rise again soon.
After pandemic lockdowns, many passengers want to feel a little spoiled — and are paying good money for that.
Forget “the logic of the clock.” The airline is thinking about the airplane, not the customer, one expert told us.
Trips from the U.S. to Europe especially are surging this summer. And that has consequences for domestic airlines—and airfares.
After encouraging early retirement during the pandemic, the industry finds it has a pipeline problem.
Google's piloting a new, free price drop guarantee. Why, and how useful is it?
Pilots, in particular, are in high demand. Airlines don't want to be caught off guard like they were last year.
The FAA has asked airlines to give up precious landing slots.
It isn't as lucrative for airlines to fly planes full of leisure travelers. They need higher-spending business travelers to juice profits.
Leisure travelers may be quick to forgive and forget. Business travelers, not so much.