Shares of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Continental have all plunged by double digits in the past two days. The selloff is overdone.
One major airline will bear the brunt of the damage from Brexit. But one small airline could actually profit from the recent turmoil.
Southwest Airlines fans have waited for years for their favorite airline to start flying to Hawaii. They will have to keep waiting for a while.
Currency fluctuations and economic weakness in Brazil have dragged down unit revenue results at all three legacy carriers -- but not for much longer.
Even megacap companies like American Express can't ignore basic management principles without paying the consequences.
Hawaiian Airlines will auction off first class upgrades for flights between the mainland U.S. and Hawaii.
American Airlines is paying bigger bonuses than ever to recruit new pilots for its regional affiliates. Delta Air Lines and United Continental are going in a different direction.
Southwest Airlines' revenue trajectory could deteriorate starting next quarter, while labor costs are likely to rise significantly in the next few years.
Last Friday, the U.S. handed out route authorities for airlines to fly to Cuba. But it still hasn't decided who will get to fly to Havana.
After more than a year of steep unit revenue declines at American Airlines, there's a light at the end of the tunnel.