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United Airlines shares surge after second-quarter profit tops Wall Street estimates.
Phil LeBeau reports from the Farnborough Airshow on the growth outlook for the aviation industry.
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American Airlines’ regional airline PSA Airlines canceled more than 2,000 flights after a technical glitch crippled its crew scheduler.
Phil LeBeau reports airlines are pouring billions of dollars into upgrades at Los Angeles International Airport.
Phil LeBeau reports on the global pilot shortage hitting the airline industry.
Airlines sometimes sell more seats than planes have on board. The practice is legal, and helps airlines manage inventory. This is what you’re entitled to if it happens to you.
Airlines are grappling with a surge in fuel prices and passengers may end up paying more.
Phil LeBeau takes a look at how Allegiant’s stock was impacted by a blistering “60 Minutes” report that called into question the airline’s safety record.
Phil LeBeau reports on how automakers & jet maker Boeing would be impacted by China’s newly proposed tariffs.
United Airlines has apologized after a passenger’s dog died after it was placed in an overhead bin.
American Airlines is retrofitting cabins in a bid to drive revenue higher. Phil LeBeau reports.
Almost two years after ending flights between Atlanta and Dubai, the CEO of Delta Air Lines says it may be time to return.
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Now profitable, airlines are revamping in-cabin dining, offering treats like Prosecco, ice cream and free meals.