Southwest Airlines cleared financial turbulence as it emerges from the pandemic turning its first profit without federal assistance.
Adobe Digital Insights lead analyst Vivek Pandya called the spike in U.S. spending on domestic flights a "notable" increase, seeing as how ticket prices continue to grow as more travelers eagerly hit the skies.
A cargo airline whose plane ditched into the ocean off Hawaii has been grounded after investigators looked into the company's safety practices before the accident.
Federal regulators will require more frequent testing of switches on Boeing 737s that trigger warnings to pilots about a dangerous loss of cabin pressure.
In recent weeks, major U.S. carriers have been faced unprecedented weather at some of their biggest hubs – resulting in an "unusually high number" of delays and cancelations.
Wheels Up has officially become the first private aviation company to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol UP.
Delta Airlines reports $652 million profit in quarter two, made possible with the help of government pandemic relief.
United and its partner Mesa Airlines will each purchase 100 ES-19 aircraft. The 19-seat electric aircraft is expected to fly customers up to 250 miles on more than 100 of United's regional routes by 2026.
Alaska Airlines reportedly called on managers and back-office personnel to help with sorting passenger baggage at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Passengers aboard Flight 2289, traveling from Los Angeles to Miami, deplaned and were bused to the terminal after the flight landed.
Nine additional passengers are facing possible fines ranging from $7,500 to $21,500.
Multiple major airports faced delays and cancellations over the holiday weekend, when over 47.7 million Americans were projected to hit the roadways and skies.
Flight 2396, traveling from Charlotte to Thurgood Marshall Baltimore-Washington International Airport in Maryland, was canceled Thursday even after passengers had already boarded the plane.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced plans on Tuesday to launch a second national airline as part of a broader strategy to turn the kingdom into a global logistics hub as it seeks to diversify from oil.
United's new narrow-body jets will help increase the airline's total seats per departure for North American flights by 30 seats, or nearly 30%, by 2026. It will also offer more choice to United customers when selecting their onboard experience and provide United's MileagePlus members with more opportunities for upgrades.
United Airlines expects to hire about 25,000 additional union employees by 2026 as part of its largest-ever order for 270 Boeing and Airbus jets.
United Airlines on Tuesday unveiled its largest ever order for 270 Boeing and Airbus jets worth more than $30 billion at list prices as it seeks to grow domestically after the pandemic.
United Airlines was putting the finishing touches on Monday to an airplane order potentially worth $30 billion at list values for up to 270 narrow-body jets in a bid to secure a pandemic recovery at favorable prices, industry sources said.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has told Boeing Co that its planned 777X is not yet ready for a significant certification step and warned it "realistically" will not certify the airplane until mid-to-late 2023.
Southwest Airlines will not charge for checked bags for the foreseeable future, according to outgoing CEO Gary Kelly and his successor, Bob Jordan.