Today, Southwest carries more passengers within the United States than any other airline.
Delta Air Lines says its profit will rise next year though possibly not as much as was thought, and that is sending shares are down in early trading.
A rally in oil prices after a two-month slide indicates traders are betting that OPEC and its allies including Russia will agree to produce less crude.
Airlines have figured out how to extract more money from passengers, and they will need it to cover rising costs for their own fuel, labor and other expenses.
American Airlines is telling employees to think twice before rebooking stranded customers on rival airlines, and regular economy-class passengers are the most likely to suffer when there are long delays or canceled flights.
U.S. authorities are requiring airlines to give them more notice about certain types of cargo that officials believe may pose a security risk.
U.S. oil prices crashed through the $70-a-barrel mark for the first time since late 2014, foreshadowing costlier gasoline and consumer goods.
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From its perch in the Pacific, Hawaiian Airlines has recovered from bankruptcy filings in the 1990s and 2000s to carve out a profitable niche flying vacationers from the West Coast and Asia to the 50th state.
Airline stocks are in a nosedive as investors fear that United Airlines’ plan for rapid growth will undercut prices and profits.