Big airline carriers are winning praise from fliers who believed a small but key amenity had all but disappeared forever.» Read More
It's been a challenging week for airplane maker Boeing. But CNBC's "Fast Money" traders take a long-term view on the stock.
HAVANA— The United States and Cuba will sign an agreement next week to resume commercial air traffic for the first time in five decades, starting the clock on dozens of new flights operating daily by next fall, U.S. officials said Friday. Barring other major announcements, it would be the most significant development in U.S.- Cuba trade since Presidents Barack...
NEW YORK— Prosecutors have upgraded charges in a gun trafficking case in which they allege at least two Delta Air Lines employees helped take guns on commercial flights in carry-on luggage from Georgia to New York. Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson says five people have been charged. Atlanta- based Delta Air Lines Inc. has said it cooperated with the...
Reports from American Airlines and United Airlines show that air travel demand is growing modestly and there aren't many empty seats, but average fares continue to decline. However, American Airlines Group Inc. said Tuesday that it continued to expect a key revenue measure to fall by 6 percent to 8 percent in the first quarter. That mirrored a report late Monday...
The cost of President Obama's $10 oil tax proposal would likely be passed along to consumers, analysts told USA Today.
NEW YORK— On May 2, Ed Bastian takes over as the new CEO of Delta Air Lines, replacing the retiring Richard Anderson. Wall Street analysts expect Bastian to continue running Delta with the same general strategy as Anderson. The Associated Press interviewed Bastian by phone following his appointment.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
It's part of a succession plan in place for several years, the company said.
Delta CEO Richard Anderson is stepping down to move on as executive chairman, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
NEW YORK— Richard Anderson, who oversaw Delta Air Lines' transformation into one of the world's most profitable airlines, will retire this May. His right-hand man, airline president Ed Bastian, will take over as CEO, the Atlanta- based airline said Wednesday. Delta also purchased a 49 percent ownership stake in Virgin Atlantic to gain much-needed access to London...
Value investor Bill Miller, who's had a strong track record over the years, tells CNBC he's not giving up on stocks and likes airlines and homebuilders.
Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, shares his top investments picks, including a play on airlines and homebuilders.
Delta Airlines told customers on Twitter it is working on getting its mobile app back online.
ATLANTA— Delta Air Lines is apologizing to passengers after a confrontation between two flight attendants last month led pilots to make an unscheduled landing halfway through the trip. The Aviation Herald, a website that tracks accidents and other incidents involving planes, said Delta flight 2598 was headed from Los Angeles to Minneapolis on Jan. 22 when two...
Some US airlines announced a return of complimentary perks, like snacks, meals, and video entertainment, starting in February.
Renowned restaurateur dead of apparent suicide, British regulators approve genetic code editing, free snacks back on planes for some travelers.
Tourism and travel-related stocks have taken a hit from worries surrounding the Zika virus.
Monday, American Airlines became the latest carrier to add something back. American, which recently merged with US Airways, hasn't offered free snacks since 2003. US Airways stripped passengers of snacks in 2008.. When Continental Airlines stopped giving out free cookies and mini bags of pretzels in 2011— after its merger with United Airlines— it said the move...
Everyone watching oil and China is overlooking an important earnings season going on, setting up a trade opportunity.
Airlines, hotels and cruise operators serving Latin America and the Caribbean are facing growing concern among travelers spooked by the Zika virus.