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United Continental Holdings, the parent of the airline, beat revenue and profit estimates in the fourth quarter.
The craft is rated to carry 400 pounds, though Workhorse is developing a heftier, military version that would bump it up to 640 pounds. Under normal conditions, the SureFly would have a range of about 75 miles at a cruising speed of 75 mph.
Delta Air Lines expects the U.S. partial government shutdown will delay the start of its new Airbus A220 jets, a plane it hopes will attract high-paying business travelers.
Seeds carried by China's Chang'e 4 lunar lander have sprouted, marking the first instance of biological matter growing on the moon.
Both automakers already have commercial vehicles businesses around the world, and the commercial vehicle segment is expected to grow in the near future.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said the partial U.S. government shutdown will cost it $25 million in lost revenue this month as fewer government contractors are traveling.
Delta's fourth-quarter profits came in higher than Wall Street's expectations. Its shares dropped 2 percent in premarket trading.
Pony.ai, a Chinese autonomous car start-up, recently launched an app that allows a limited number of users to hail a driverless taxi.
Chinese automaker GAC Motor, which originally planned to start selling vehicles in the U.S. by late 2019, says it now plans to begin sales in first half of 2020.
Several large U.S. airports have closed either terminals or checkpoints as more TSA officers, who are not getting regular paychecks in the government shutdown, call in sick. The aviation industry has been among the most vocal against the shutdown.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on how the government shutdown is impacting and closing ports nationwide, causing boats to be stuck at sea.
Gordon Bethune, former chairman and CEO of Continental Airlines, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss how the government shutdown will impact cargo shipping.
"The Infiniti QX Inspiration, like many stunning beauties, is a bit of a diva and decided to to delay her debut," Trevor Hale, head of Infiniti global communications, said. "That's show business."
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from New Haven, Connecticut on the effects of the ongoing shutdown.
Shares of Tesla tumble as manufacturers from Detroit to Japan unveil new competition for buyers in the electric car maker's key market at the Detroit Auto Show.
The much-loved Japanese sports car gets revived by Toyota, with an assist from BMW.