Hopes for a new round of financial support don't exactly speak well of the airline industry's prospects.
News & Analysis: United Airlines Holdings
Will Congress come to the rescue again?
United Airlines just dealt ExpressJet a death blow by announcing that it will shift all flying on the E145 regional jet to a different partner.
Travel demand shows a slight sign of rebounding.
The second quarter was really bad for the industry. The next few quarters don't look much better.
With demand remaining extraordinarily weak, United Airlines may need to furlough even more pilots than originally planned. This news highlights why United stock is an unattractive turnaround candidate.
International is slowly returning, but the overall schedules are just a sliver of where they were a year ago.
The industry is allowed to do involuntary separations beginning Oct. 1.
Earnings season is going better than some had feared.
United's second-quarter results were ugly, but they could have been a lot worse.