Shares of three smaller airline companies are likely to outperform their larger rivals in 2017 -- and beyond.
Alaska Air's decision to phase out the Virgin America brand by 2019 will anger some Virgin America fans, but it's the right move.
The new "electronics ban" for flights coming to the U.S. from key Middle Eastern hubs like Dubai and Doha could help European airlines capture more traffic.
Breaking down bets on Liberty Broadband and Delta Air Lines by billionaire investors George Soros and Warren Buffett.
With a record number of passengers taking to the skies in 2016, on-time performance is becoming more important than ever.
Last week, Spirit Airlines became the latest U.S. airline to slash its Q1 unit revenue forecast. Fortunately, the company is still seeing good booking trends for April and beyond.
The "me, too" game is alive and well at 36,000 feet.
Delta is adding three daily flights to Chicago in its latest expansion move in Seattle.
American Airlines has already reduced its capacity in Cuba and JetBlue Airways is set to do so in early May. This week, Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines said they will exit the Cuban market entirely.
American Airlines and Southwest Airlines slashed their first-quarter revenue outlooks late last week, blaming mild weather and other factors.