Delta Air Lines
A big storm could cause problems for travelers on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, putting a dent into what is typically the busiest travel day of the year.
News that a health worker diagnosed with Ebola flew on a commercial flight raised fear among airline investors that the scare over the virus could cause travelers to avoid flying.
The U.S. airline industry is slowly adding jobs. Passenger airlines employed the equivalent of 383,610 full-time workers in March, an increase of nearly 1 percent from last year.
The battle for two available gates at Dallas Love Field will come to an end on Friday, and a source has told CBS 11 News that Virgin America is going to come out on top.
The battle for two gates at Dallas Love Field could finally end on Wednesday. Three airlines are hoping to score those gates, and the Dallas City Council is set to discuss the issue.
Delta is making more money by filling more seats on its planes, even though bad weather caused the carrier to cancel more than 17,000 flights in January and February.
Delta Air Lines is providing more details about the recent changes to its frequent-flier program after numerous complaints about the overhaul from some travelers.
The big U.S. airlines are taking out old, bulky seats in favor of so-called slimline models that take up less space from front to back, allowing for five or six more seats on each plane.
American Airlines’ eight thousand pilots will have to wait to see the details of the deal in principle the Allied Pilots Association worked out with the airline.
Southwest Airlines expects to pay $100 million to refurbish 88 planes that it will lease to Delta Air Lines. That’s twice as much the airline expected to spend if it had kept the planes.
Delta has finalized an agreement to add 88 Boeing 717s to its fleet by leasing planes from Southwest Airlines. The Dallas-based airline inherited the planes when it bought AirTran last year.
Just when you thought airlines had exhausted options for passenger fees—think again. Many airlines are now charging for window and aisle seats—dubbing them ‘preferred’ seating.