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Search operations at the remote crash site of Germanwings flight 4U9525 will resume at first light. NBC Reporter Claudio Lavanga reports from Seyne-les-Alpes.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses the latest on the Germanwings Airbus A320 crash, with added comments from Thomas Winkelmann, CEO of Germanwings.
TripAdvisor has released its seventh annual Travelers' Choice awards, which ranks the world's top rated travel destinations. Heading the list this year? Marrakech, Morocco.
The airline industry is increasingly looking like an oligopoly. For proof, look no further than airline ticket prices. New York Times reports.
The Airbus A320 is flown by all the major U.S. airlines, reports NBC News.
A representative for the German airline said there were 144 passengers, including 2 babies and a school party of 16 and 6 crew members.
Andre Borschberg, co-founder, CEO and pilot of Solar Impulse, talks to CNBC about how his flight is going so far, adding that the airplane is very sustainable in terms of energy and can last for a week or month nonstop.
The airline's president rebuffed complaints by some U.S. rivals that the carrier had an unfair competitive advantage.
Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airlines, speaks on subsidies accusations, his business and crude oil.
Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar airlines are battling complaints by Delta and American that they receive unfair government subsidies. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest.
American Airlines benefits more than most airlines from the oil price drop because it's not locked into higher fuel costs, CEO Doug Parker tells CNBC.
This is earlier than expected and good news for shareholders, says Douglas Parker, American Airlines CEO, weighing in on the airliner's addition to the S&P. Also Parker discusses how falling fuel prices have helped the company, and weighs in on foreign airline subsidies.
The "Squawk Box" crew discusses reports Ryanair approved a plan to fly to the U.S., offering some seats for less than $15 each way.
Singapore Airlines is in talks to take a stake in South Korean budget carrier Jeju Air. SBS CNBC's June Yoon reports.
US Airlines are expecting the busiest spring in 7 years, Carlos Slim is said to retire from Philip Morris International and memorials were held in Japan for victims of nuclear disaster, reports CNCB's Sue Herera.
11 stocks in the S&P are being punished in the stock market, despite great upside and expected earnings growth. USA TODAY reports.
David Gerstenhaber, Argonaut Capital Management, shares his thoughts on the dollar's rocket rise and decline in euro. Don't try shorting the dollar here, says Gerstenhaber. Also a play on Germany and Japan.
U.S. airlines are expected to carry more passengers this spring than they have in seven years, Washington-based trade group Airlines for America said.
Judith Zielke, chief coordinator at Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC), says the team remains committed to complete searching the priority search area by May 2015.
Andrew Herdman, director general, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, says the search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 depends not just on the cost, but commitment levels of the different countries.