Less than 25% of the nation’s busiest airports have seen flight increases since 2011.
Alaska turns to new alliance as battle with Delta continues.
In 1980, the United States had 10 major airlines. Today, we have only four (United, American, Delta, Southwest).
Although St. Patrick’s Day is over, Americans and Europeans alike could continue to get lucky with Irelands low-cost airline Ryanair.
American Airlines have received some bad publicity over the past couple weeks with how they have dealt with the winter storms.
Beginning August 9, Southwest will launch service to Boston, Charlotte, Detroit, Omaha, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Raleigh/Durham and Salt Lake City.
Carrier will serve 16 destinations from Atlanta by the end of April.
With gas prices at a five-year low, airline passengers continue to ask “why airlines are not dropping their ticket prices?”
The airline has until February 2 to move out of its home base and headquarters.
Tampa’s secondary airport continues its rapid growth over the past half decade.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating how two airlines came within a half a mile of a collision on the runways of New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Even with air disasters dominating headlines in 2014, the year still continued the trend of decreased airline incidents.
Passenger Chris O’Leary got the experience of a lifetime on his Delta Air Lines flight.
Republic announces order for 50 Embraer E175 jets to replace turboprops.
Carrier continues U.S. expansion with additional flights to MCO, LAX and JFK.
Spirit’s fifth livery is an eye catcher.
Flights will begin June 2015.
San Jose will be Southwest’s sixth international destination.
Carrier continues to pick up slack from airline consolidation.
The spokesanimals are here to stay.