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Pete Najarian noted an "absolute scorching move to the upside" in certain U.S. stocks.
The amount of passengers taking domestic flights in China in twenty years time will dwarf that of the U.S., leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus said on Tuesday.
For a little while on Thursday, United Airlines was giving away airplane tickets for free, or close to it.
The TSA and airlines such as United, JetBlue and Virgin America have offered ways to get through airport security faster and cheaper.
As first-class gets more posh, economy-class fliers still get squeezed. Several designers are hoping to bring relief with wider seats, better ergonomics and more space.
Stocks finished higher Tuesday, rebounding after Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart downplayed the notion that the central bank would begin winding down its bond-buying program at its September meeting.
San Diego International Airport opens its $907 million expansion at Terminal 2 this week, with solar panels, car chargers and seats equipped with power outlets and USB ports.
The U.S. Department of Justice will seek to block the merger of American Airlines and US Airways, saying it would "substantially lessen competition" for air travel.
JetBlue's upcoming premium seats pale in comparison to perks offered on other airlines, such as real beds, massages and in-flight showers.
An outage at airline booking system Sabre caused difficulties for airlines including American Airlines, JetBlue and Alaska Airlines on Tuesday morning.
Stock picker Martin Sass told CNBC that airlines "are in a seminal change to profitability, finally." He likes one stock in particular.
This is a big week for macro news: a Federal Reserve meeting, an advance look at second-quarter U.S. growth, and July's nonfarm payroll report. But the bigger story may be the weakness of the U.S. dollar.
Ten-year yields are resuming their rise. That is likely to remain a problem today — especially if housing stocks come under more pressure.
Wary of rising rates, stock traders will keep an eye on the bond market Thursday as another wave of earnings reports roll in.
A few airline stocks appear inexpensive, Wolfe Research's Hunter Keay says.
Investigators started work on Saturday to establish the cause of a fire on a Boeing Dreamliner at London's Heathrow airport.
Travelers likely will be experiencing a few more days of delays as airlines cope with inclement weather and the ripple effect of the Asiana Airlines crash. NBC News reports.
Large European airlines can't "walk straight and chew gum at the same time"—creating an opening for Ryanair to grab more short-haul share, CEO Michael O'Leary told CNBC.
The 787 Operations Control Center is the first place outside of the cockpit to know when a Dreamliner is not flying or functioning as designed. Here's an inside look.
Achieving elite status with United will soon require hitting an annual spend threshold, as the airline announces a new policy for its frequent fliers beginning in 2014.