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A mix of snow, sleet and rain aiming at the mid-Atlantic and Northeast grounds more than 1,300 flights. Airlines waive date-change fees for travelers affected by the storm.
Southwest's service to Hawaii may be profitable eventually, but the offering will hurt profit in the near term, according to Goldman Sachs.
German industrial conglomerate Siemens is eyeing electric flight in deal to make propulsion systems for electric-plane start-up Eviation. The start-up wants to bring battery-powered flight to short-haul trips.
Southwest Airlines has issued an "operational emergency," requiring its scheduled mechanics to show up at work or risk getting fired.
The union that represents American Airlines is demanding an investigation into a "sexist" skit that surfaced over the weekend depicting cabin crew singing "Big Spender" to a man portraying a high-paying customer.
U.S. airlines will soon add nonbinary gender options for travelers when they book their tickets, an effort to bring airline booking systems in line with state identification cards that also offer the option.
Congested airport terminals and gates have areas that many frequent travelers are willing to pay a fee to avoid – and there are alternatives on offer.
Southwest Airlines told its mechanics that it is in an "operational emergency" and called for "all hands on deck" among these workers after the number of grounded jets doubled.
Singapore Airlines reported third-quarter earnings that came in above expectations despite a 27 percent drop in net profit compared to the year-ago period.
Travelers are paying more for their airline tickets from the U.S. to warm-weather destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico, according to data from the Airlines Reporting Group.
Following a CNBC investigation into the company last month, JetSmarter sent an email to members highlighting its security policies.
The plane struggled to gain clients as long-haul flight trends changed.
Europe's Airbus announced plans to scrap production of the world's largest airliner on Thursday, abandoning its A380 superjumbo program in favor of smaller, more nimble jets.
Flights in and out of two Dallas airports were halted on Wednesday after reports of smoke in a radar facility where air traffic controllers monitor planes across north Texas prompted an evacuation, the FAA said.
The February 2009 crash of a Colgan Air plane near Buffalo, New York, spurred new rules, including more pilot training and better rest.
Airlines call off more than 2,000 flights as a large winter storm bringing snow, rain and ice moves eastward from the Midwest. Airlines waive date-change and cancellation fees.