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Almost two years after ending flights between Atlanta and Dubai, the CEO of Delta Air Lines says it may be time to return.
There’s one airline name that’s about to fly even higher, according to one technician’s charts.
Now profitable, airlines are revamping in-cabin dining, offering treats like Prosecco, ice cream and free meals.
Airlines are canceling flights and offering change-fee waivers ahead of Hurricane Irma.
United Airlines is issuing travel waivers to passengers who had their flights grounded due to the devastating floods brought by Hurricane Harvey. Click the link to see what airports the waivers apply to.
The biotech company’s drug pamrevlumab successfully completed a mid-stage Food and Drug Administration test.
Blue Apron, which delivers ingredients for meals people can cook at home, on Wednesday lowered the range of its initial public offering.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg says hypersonic jets may become a reality in the next decade.
The K9 Crew program was launched at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in 2016 to provide travelers with stress relief.
If you think going through security lines at airports is already a hassle, be prepared: it could get worse.
Shares of United traded higher following CEO Oscar Munoz’s comments.
United Airlines is scrambling to respond to intense and far-reaching scrutiny after the airline bumped an unwilling passenger, whom authorities forcibly dragged down the aisle, off the flight on Sunday evening.
The combination of a strong economy and near-record consumer confidence is convincing many Americans this is the time to get away.
Warm weather and an economy heating up mean a record number of people will be flying this spring.
It’s looking like it will be a crowded but profitable holiday season for U.S. airlines.