Pandemic Will Result In Worst Year In Aviation History, Industry Groups SayAnd as travelers slowly take back to the skies this summer, airlines are looking for ways to woo them back for the long haul.
'It's Insane, It's Quick And It's Devastating': CBS Business Analyst On Coronavirus' Economic & Employment ImpactJill Schlesinger said it's difficult to know at this point if reopening businesses will alleviate unemployment.
Airlines Get 'Enforcement Notice' From Feds Regarding Obligations To Customers During Coronavirus PandemicEven if passengers are owed a refund, they must still contact the airline directly, according to Rick Seaney, the CEO of Farecompare.
I-Team: Customers Fighting To Get Money Back After Canceled Trips, EventsIf COVID-19 canceled your big trip or plans to an event, most airlines and businesses are giving your money back. But the I-Team has learned, you can’t count on it with every company.
As Airlines Accept Federal Aid The Treasury Department Is Asking How They Expect To Pay It BackThe economic-relief bill passed last week gives the Treasury Secretary the power to take an equity stake in airlines that get taxpayer help.
AA Pilots, Flight Attendants Unions Share Concerns, Welcome Feds Help Amid Flight CutsAirlines have requested $50 billion in assistance from the federal government during the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Airlines Seek Billions In Aid, TSA Allows Carry-On Liquid Hand SanitizerIt is asking for $29 billion in federal grants, with $25 billion for passenger airlines and $4 billion for cargo carriers.
Grounded Boeing Jet Holds Back Profits, Growth At AirlinesIt looks like the three big U.S. airlines that own Boeing 737 Max jets will have to go through another summer without the planes.
A Guide To Finding Cheap AirfaresFor travelers, almost nothing is more exciting than snagging a good deal on airfare.
Southwest Airlines To End Nonstop Flights From Love Field To OKC, San Francisco And JacksonvilleSouthwest Airlines has announced it's ending nonstop flights from Dallas Love Field to Oklahoma City, San Francisco and Jacksonville early next year.
Federal Judge Sides With American Airlines Over Worker SlowdownThe judge wrote the only reasonable explanation was mechanics were acting deliberately to gain leverage in contract negotiations.