NEW YORK— JetBlue Airways says fumes from nail polish remover caused two crew members to become ill on a flight from Boston to Charleston, South Carolina. It's the third time in the last week that employees or passengers have reported becoming ill from odors on a JetBlue flight. JetBlue says it has installed carbon air filters to reduce odors on planes.
Credit cards are now a better way to earn points or miles than flying itself.
DALLAS— Airline loyalty programs are losing much of their allure even for frequent flyers, and the rules for navigating the system have changed. Frequent-flyer programs get relatively little attention from Wall Street, and their financial importance to the airlines is not widely understood by travelers, who just hope to earn a free flight now and then.
BUFFALO, N.Y.— A JetBlue Airways plane made an emergency landing in Buffalo after passengers smelled fumes and three crew members became ill on a cross-country flight. JetBlue spokesman Doug McGraw said Friday that the incident was still under investigation and he didn't have further details. A passenger told Boston's WFXT-TV fumes could be smelled in the...
Joseph Ansanelli, Gladly co-founder and CEO, discusses how JetBlue aims to improve airline customer service.
1. Hawaiian Airlines, 90.4 percent. 2. Alaska Airlines, 82.9 percent. 3. Delta Air Lines, 82.8 percent.
DALLAS— Following widespread outrage over a passenger who was violently dragged off an overbooked plane, U.S. airlines are bumping customers at the lowest rate in at least two decades. The Transportation Department said Tuesday that just one in every 19,000 passengers was kicked off an overbooked flight in the first six months of this year.
"Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian spots unusual trading activity in Delta, Southwest, American Airlines, and JetBlue.
Dow futures jumped on Tuesday, boosted by earnings reports that largely beat Wall Street expectations.
The Fed's midweek meeting — coupled with a marquee list of corporate earnings — could make the week ahead among the summer's most important.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the drop in Delta airline's stock as JetBlue reports increasing passenger revenue, sending its stock higher.
American says it received an unsolicited notice from Qatar Airways about acquiring at least a 10 percent stake in American.
President Donald Trump's tightening of travel to Cuba won't stop airlines and cruise lines from its operations, but it could slow hotel development.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports JetBlue is testing biometric boarding technology which uses facial recognition to replace boarding passes at Boston's Logan Airport and Minneapolis.
Travelers in Boston and Minneapolis are trying facial recognition identification systems to check bags and board a flight.
Airlines, hotel companies and cruise lines are bracing for President Donald Trump's announcement on his Cuba policy.
Massive expansions underway at top US airports will result in increased costs to carriers and ultimately bring higher fares.
The U.S. might expand a ban on larger electronics like laptops in cabins to flights originating from dozens of airports in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
A contractor doing maintenance work at a British Airways data center inadvertently switched off the power supply, the Times newspaper reported on Friday.
JetBlue announced on Wednesday that it will become the first airline to use biometric facial recognition technology.