Delta spent big money to overhaul its JFK terminals, but the airline is looking for more than aesthetic improvements.
Airline stocks Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, and Volaris all look like great deals for 2015, particularly because of the recent drop in oil prices.
For the fourth time in five years, U.S. airlines are battling over the allocation of slots at Tokyo's Haneda Airport.
Delta Airlines' rapidly improving financial foundation is reason for management to want a better credit rating. But does it deserve one?
Airline stocks look set to keep soaring in 2015.
Airlines have outperformed in 2014. These three airline stocks are likely to keep investors happy in 2015, too.
Alaska Air Group will let members of its frequent flier program check a bag for free in January to encourage new-member sign-ups and long-term customer loyalty.
One of America's largest low-cost carriers just flew off into the sunset.
A major cost for airlines has dropped. Will flyers reap the rewards?
The efficient, well-managed airline may well see further appreciation in 2015.