Malaysia Airlines' crashes are worrying insurers — their policy is missing a clause that limits insurers' payments for search-and-rescue costs.» Read More
The pilot whose Indonesian jet slumped into the sea while trying to land in Bali has described how he felt it "dragged" down by wind while he struggled to regain control.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with Fabrice Bregier, CEO of Airbus, about building a new plant in Alabama, hiring, and the decision not to use lithium-ion batteries in its new A350 jets.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
All Nippon Airways, the biggest customer for Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, wants the planemaker to compensate it in cash, rather than discounts on future purchases, for losses racked up since the aircraft was grounded worldwide in mid-January.
Ryanair announced a $15.6 billion order for 175 passenger jets from Boeing on Tuesday in a deal that will allow the Irish airline to consolidate its position as Europe's dominant low-cost carrier.
Although Cramer had typically shied away from investing in the airline industry, the "Mad Money" host actually recommended a few carriers.
Bad news for Boeing, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau, rival Airbus has struck a record deal with Indonesia's Lion Air.
Airbus sells 234 planes to Idonesian Lion Air, poaching one of Boeing's fastest growing customers.
Federal regulators have approved a Boeing plan to redesign the 787 Dreamliner's batteries, though extensive testing will be needed before the planes can fly passengers again.
AirAsia Bhd reported full year profit more than tripled, beating expectations, thanks to the share sale of its Thai business.
John Leahy, COO at Airbus, tells CNBC that the Chinese will not become major competitors for at least twenty years.
Indonesia's economic boom should be a bonanza for airlines clamoring for a slice of the world's fourth-most populous country. But the bankruptcy of its No. 4 airline, Batavia Air, shows how smaller operators are finding it hard to survive.
The joint investigation into the Boeing 787's battery problems has shifted from the battery-maker to the manufacturer of a monitoring system.
Japan's government stepped in to give Boeing's now-grounded 787 Dreamliner and its made-in-Japan technology a boost in 2008 by easing safety regulations, fast-tracking the rollout of the groundbreaking jet for Japan's biggest airlines, according to records and participants in the process.
Fabrice Brégier, CEO of Airbus, tells CNBC that everyone should know that air transportation is the safest in the world and that Boeing's grounded 787 planes were not a danger to passengers.
Siva Govindasamy, Asia Managing Editor, Flightglobal explains why the battery malfunction is a serious issue. He also discusses the impact of the Dreamliner's woes on the Boeing-Airbus rivalry.
Decades of deep business ties between Boeing and Japan and the thousands of jobs that depend on them mean Japan will likely keep rewarding U.S. manufacturers with the bulk of its aviation spending.
Airbus COO John Leahy discusses Boeing's safety troubles on the day Airbus posted a 43 percent drop in 2012 orders.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest details on growing concerns over Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. And, Michael Boyd, The Boyd Group, discusses how the FAA ruling might impact the aircraft maker.
Airlines scrambled on Thursday to rearrange flights as Europe, Japan and India joined the United States in grounding Boeing's 787 Dreamliner passenger jets while battery-related problems are investigated.