Delta is creating a new five-tiered seating system
Companies have always insulate themselves against future price increases. At least you can do the same for airline tickets.
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers hasn't had a leadership election in more than 50 years.
The nation’s top telecom regulator is planning to propose allowing passengers to make cell phone calls and use their data plans while on an airplane, officials said Thursday.
Here's why antitrust enforcers were skeptical of U.S. Airways and American Airlines merging--a deal that now appears poised to go through after all.
The FAA is now letting air travelers use electronics during takeoff and landing. That sort of change is fairly unprecedented.
The least efficient airline in the U.S. uses 26 percent more fuel than the most efficient. That's fairly surprising.
Justice argues that the era of ruinous airline competition has ended—and with it, tolerance for further industry consolidation.
What the US Airways-American merger tells us about the odd economics of flying.
Concerns that the merger, which would create the world's largest airline, would reduce competition and lead to fare hikes.
A process that started with the deregulation of airlines in the 1970s reaches its end with new merger: It's the final four.