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The FAA is under pressure as Washington lawmakers call for the grounding of the Max 8 in the United States. Phil Lebeau reports.
UK aviation regulators joined airlines and aviation regulators around the world in grounding Boeing 737 MAX jets following the second deadly crash of one of the popular planes in less than five months.
Boeing has dropped more than 5% after the recent crash of its 737 Max 8, the second crash in five months. Phil Lebeau reports.
U.S. airlines tried to assure nervous travelers that their Boeing 737 MAX planes are safe after one flown by Ethiopian Airlines crashed.
The airline sued its mechanics’ union last week, alleging it was encouraging workers to write up minor issues to ground planes.
Delta Air Lines expects higher profits and revenue in 2019. The airline is scheduled to hold investor day presentations on Thursday, starting at 8:30 a.m., when executives will outline the airline’s strategy as the sector lags the broader market.
Phil LeBeau takes a look at how the corporate jet industry is faring.
Phil LeBeau reports on the rising cost of jet fuel and the potential impact to travelers ahead of the busy holiday season.
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.
The airline and auto sectors have underperformed the market as a whole, and there are concerns that will continue in the months ahead. Phil LeBeau reports.
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.