Airlines are rushing to start nonstop flights to Havana, but investors should recognize that most of these routes will lose money in the near term.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is requiring such strict conditions for approving a Delta-Aeromexico joint venture that the two carriers might just abandon the idea.
Berkshire made a surprising purchase, and a not-so-surprising stock sale during the third quarter of 2016.
Berkshire Hathaway's big buys last quarter included Visa, Phillips 66, and some of the country's top airline companies.
News that Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought shares in some of America's biggest airlines has ignited investor interest in the industry.
Buffett bought airline stocks and Soros bought energy stocks, and those stocks could trade higher because of Trump's energy policy.
Warren Buffett has warned investors away from airline stocks for two decades. So why did Berkshire Hathaway pick this moment to snap up shares of the top four U.S. airlines?
JetBlue may have several motivations in expanding its West Coast footprint.
Delta Air Lines doesn't want to fall behind American Airlines in terms of offering an industry-leading customer experience.
Hawaiian Holdings and Allegiant Travel will be able to overcome a bit of near-term cost pressure.