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Airlines canceled more than 300 flights in the Carolinas and Georgia on Thursday as a downgraded Tropical Storm Michael headed northeast. Charlotte had the most cancellations, according to FlightAware.com, a flight-tracking site.
Strong travel demand lifts Delta profits, revenues, despite higher fuel costs. The second-largest U.S. airline's net income rose 13 percent in the three months ended Sept. 30 from a year earlier to $1.31 billion.
Singapore Airlines has reclaimed the crown of the longest direct service.
Scott Keogh, who has served as president of Audi's U.S. division since June of 2012, will become CEO of the Volkswagen Group of America starting Nov. 1.
Airlines cancel dozens of flights and cap fares in the Southern US as Hurricane Michael approaches the Florida Panhandle.
American Airlines shares slipped to a more than two-year low after it said its fuel costs were higher than expected and that Hurricane Florence cost it $55 million in revenue.
Airlines scrap change fees as Hurricane Michael blows toward Florida Panhandle.
British billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson believes Virgin Galactic is "more than tantalizingly close" to its first trip to space.
Delta Airlines has capped fares and eliminated change fees for passengers in cities that will be affected by Hurricane Michael.
Airline stocks have lagged the broader market as higher fuel costs take a bite out of profits.
The conglomerate has developed a data tool to help airlines reduce any excess on-board fuel.
Ryanair is suffering its most turbulent period, beset by strikes, high fuel prices and fiercer competition, The Financial Times reports.
French-aerospace company Safran, is planning to supply an engine to Zunum Aero, a hybrid-electric airplane start-up's new plane.
"The front desk attendants said they were trying to call the president of the company and nobody was answering the call," a stranded passenger said. Later, a letter was handed out explaining that the company had ceased operations, The New York Times reports.
The ratings agency has identified Rolls-Royce, Airbus and Leonardo as major firms in danger of disruption.
Southwest's big twice-a-year fare sale is back, with round-trip fares below $100 on dozens of the carrier's shortest routes. USAToday reports.