When big brands land in hot water, there are steps they can take to mitigate the fallout, PR experts explained to CNBC. » Read More
By: Charles Ventura
A video showed an intense confrontation between passengers and a crew member on board one of its planes, USA Today reports. » Read More
By: Luqman Adeniyi
The "Fast Money" traders check-in on the airline sector after United Continental's board said CEO Oscar Munoz will not become chairman. » Read More
Molon Labe Designs has designed a middle seat that's wider than normal and promises faster boarding for passengers, explains CEO Hank Scott. » Read More
European airlines are set for some turbulence in the coming months, warn analysts, who predict the Brexit vote will impact consumer demand.
Andrew Lobbenberg, airlines analyst at HSBC, says Ryanair is growing well, but airlines are facing several problems which are pressuring yields.
CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford and Karen Tso takes a look at both Europe’s autos and aviation sector, in terms of how they’ve performed in 2016 and whether they’re on the road to recovery.
Looking at European airlines, John Strickland, director at JLS Consulting, discusses the impact Brexit will have on leading companies and how they are preparing for the future.
CEO Mark Dunkerley said lower fuel costs and strong demand propelled the strong quarterly results.
The world's largest airline reported declines on both the top and bottom lines, but managed to beat analysts' expectations.
American Airlines reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as the world's largest airline benefited from cheaper fuel.
American Airlines, GE and Starbucks are making headlines this Friday morning to wrap up another busy week of earnings.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Boeing is taking three charges in their upcoming second quarter earnings release.
The airline faced technology issues with its computer systems, and was forced to cancel or delay hundreds of flights Wednesday.
General Motors, Southwest and American Express are making headlines this Thursday morning after reporting their latest earnings results.
Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines CEO, discusses the company's quarterly results which missed on both top and bottom line. We didn't beat expectations but it was an all-time record quarter, says Kelly. It's a very competitive environment but fuel prices are lower, says Kelly. Kelly also provides insight to airline security.
Southwest Airlines' quarterly profit rose 35 percent as fuel costs fell and the budget airline flew fuller planes.
Stephen Furlong, airline equity analyst at Davy Research, says the picture for Lufthansa is “pretty ugly”, when discussing the firm's earnings and profit warning.
A United Airlines jetliner bound for Boston returned to the gate at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport after reports of engine smoke.
Former American Airlines President and Chairman Bob Crandall, discusses the FAA issuing a notice prohibiting all U.S. commercial and private aircrafts from operating into or out of any airport in Turkey.
The "Options Actions" traders discuss sectors like defense stocks in the light of the attempted military coup in Turkey.
Discussing the outlook for Delta, as the airline announces it's cutting flights due to Brexit, with Kris Kelley, Janus Capital Group.
The "Fast Money" traders look into the surge of the XAL airlines ETF and debate whether it's time to buy names in the space.
The "FMHR" traders debate the play on airlines right now after Deutsche Bank upgraded American Airlines, Delta and United.