Boeing's Checklist Of 737 Max Fixes Grows With Wiring IssueThe wiring issue came to light after the Federal Aviation Administration asked Boeing to audit key systems on the Max after two crashes in which new software and faulty sensors were implicated.
Grounded Max Jets Could Contribute To Higher Summer FaresWith Max jets grounded after two deadly accidents, U.S. airlines will operate about 200 fewer daily flights than planned through the heart of the peak summer season. That's around 35,000 seats lost every day.
Delta Profit Surges And Releases Strong OutlookInvestors worry that airlines are adding too many seats and creating fare wars that hurt profits. Delta expects to increase passenger-carrying capacity by a relatively modest 4% to 5% in the second quarter, compared with a year ago.
Travel Deals For Black Friday And Cyber MondayPeninsula Hotels has touted 30% discounts as well, at properties in New York, Chicago and Beverly Hills.
Will Airline Passengers Fly Off With Millions From A Class Action Lawsuit?Sixty million dollars sounds like a lot of money. But attorneys fees could be as much as 30 percent, or $18 million. Mailing out checks could cost tens of millions, leaving little to nothing for passengers.
More Than 1,300 Flights Canceled Ahead Of FlorenceAirlines have extended waivers and advisories for travelers with itineraries involving airports in the path of the storm.
United Airlines: Baggage Fees Will Jump To $30, Matching JetBlueUnited raised fees for checking a first bag from $25 to $30 and a second bag from $35 to $40 for tickets issued on or after Friday.
Airlines Gradually Resuming Flights To Florida After Irma PassesNow that Irma has moved out of Florida, airlines have resumed flights to the Sunshine State, as the repair and recovery process begins.
Evacuees Flood Airports To Escape Irma, But Some Still Flying Into Storm ZoneTime is ticking for travel between Chicago and Florida before Hurricane Irma hits the U.S.
House Committee Grills Airlines In Wake Of United Passenger DraggingHouse Transportation Commitee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) said "something is broken" and the airlines all agreed they can do better.
No Aviation Experience Necessary For JetBlue Pilot Training ProgramA newly announced JetBlue program to train pilots is raising some eyebrows.