Delta Air Lines' peers are finally starting to roll out their versions of the basic economy fares pioneered by Delta in the past few years.
Southwest Airlines may be an easier target for Spirit Airlines' growth than the legacy carriers, all of which seem determined to match Spirit's low fares.
By the end of 2016, Berkshire Hathaway was the proud owner of nearly $10 billion worth of airline stock.
Travelers clearly value in-flight perks, crew, and airplane quality over getting to their destination promptly.
Alaska Air stock has been on a roll since mid-2016, but several catalysts could propel it even higher in the next few years.
U.S.-Cuba flights are still a long way from being profitable, and the top U.S. airlines in Cuba are reacting accordingly.
Hawaiian Airlines pilots will get huge raises this spring if they ratify a tentative contract agreement that the union and the company recently finalized.
Alaska Airlines returned to unit revenue growth last quarter, and the Virgin America acquisition has been contributing to earnings from day one.
After years of cutting flights in Cincinnati, Delta has decided to increase its capacity there starting this summer.
Bernstein places a bet on the airline boom continuing.