Celine Fornaro, head of EMEA industrials research at UBS, says that single-pilot planes for both cargo and passengers could be a possibility by 2022. » Read More
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The Nigerian government will own no more than a 5 percent stake in the airline, which it is touting as “fully private sector led.” » Read More
Oscar Munoz, United Continental CEO, talks about the company's quarterly earnings beat, customer satisfaction, and growth plans despite raising jet fuel prices. » Read More
Flag carrier Ethiopian Airlines is to resume flights to the reclusive East African state of Eritrea on Wednesday, marking the end of a 20-year hiatus.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on United Airlines earnings forecast.
Boeing NeXt is to work in partnership with outside companies as it looks to build unmanned vehicles, resolve air traffic control and help model infrastructure on the ground.
One of Virgin’s space companies is gearing up to launch rockets from the U.K. by 2021.
John Plueger, Air Lease CEO talks to CNBC's Phil LeBeau about continued growth and demand in the airline industry.
Akbar Al Baker considers Donald Trump a friend, and he does not fault the U.S. president for trying to get the best deals for America.
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar CEO talks about growing traffic, renegotiated open skies and President Trump.
Alain Bellemare, Bombardier president and CEO talks about the company's partnership with Airbus A220, trade wars, market demand and growth prospects.
Alessandro Profumo speaks about how Brexit could have an impact on his business.
David Joyce details what the Farnborough Airshow could mean for his business' order book.
John Harris speaks about the current business climate in the defense sector.
Joseph DeNardi, Stifel airline analyst, breaks down Delta second quarter earnings and how the company's performance compares with other airlines.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian breaks down the airliner's quarter earnings beat, the outlook on fuel prices and travel trends.
You could say the recent run in airline stocks has been turbulent at best. This year, the group has largely fallen out of favor; Southwest, American and Delta are all firmly in bear market or correction territory. Some see a turnaround in store.
With security lines at all-time highs, the Transportation Security Administration has to recruit more airport security officers.
Katerina Giannouka of the Radisson Hotel Group says it is looking to "double the size" of its portfolio in the next five years.