Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
An airline's livery is uniform throughout the fleet, but some decorate planes with limited paint jobs to mark a special occasion.
Airlines have made it tougher for frequent flyers to cash in their miles or points for a free flight.
Qualtrics' software makes it easy for its 8,500 customers worldwide to capture customer, employee and market insights on one platform.
United CEO Oscar Munoz was on the hotseat on Capital Hill today. What does the controversy mean for the company's stock?
The U.S. is considering extending its ban on laptops in aircraft cabins to include Europe and Britain, the Times of London reported Tuesday citing "several informed sources".
JetBlue Airways on Tuesday reported first-quarter operating revenue of $1.60 billion, versus a consensus analyst expectation of $1.62 billion.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this health care giant.
CNBC contributor Mike Khouw breaks down the implied move on earnings in the airlines sector.
The "Fast Money" traders check-in on the airline sector after United Continental's board said CEO Oscar Munoz will not become chairman.
The week ahead holds plenty of potential surprises, from the French election to the possible shut down of the U.S. government.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 ways to play airline stocks.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this airline play.
There's some good news for procrastinators still scrambling to fill out tax returns in time for today's deadline, NBC News reports.
What really got under Amex executives' skin was that Chase was succeeding by copying the American Express playbook, The NYT reports.
A new study found airline performance is at historic highs. But after the PR disaster and global backlash aimed at United Airlines after forcibly ejecting a passenger this week, how is the travel experience for passengers? Airline Weekly’s Seth Kaplan has the best and worst carriers in this year’s Airline Quality Rating.
The odds of getting bumped from your next flight on a U.S. carrier are very small, but a lot depends on which airline you choose to fly.
Give gate agents the power to keep increasing the incentive to get people to voluntarily give up their seats, David Neeleman tells CNBC.
Brazilian airline Azul opened at $22 per share in its market debut on Tuesday.
Why are so many CEOs and investors still seemingly bullish about a Trumpian economy? The answer they consistently provide: regulations.