Airlines

A pilot sued Delta Air Lines for a billion dollars, accusing it of stealing the idea of an application that he developed

The man explained that he invested 100,000 dollars (1,984,435 Mexican pesos approximately) out of his pocket to create a communication platform, according to a Bloomberg report.

No more 'ladies and gentlemen', this airline ditches the famous salute to be more inclusive

Lufthansa discards the famous "ladies and gentleman" at the start of its flights.

Airline Infuriates Passengers After Adding Hidden 'Covid Recovery' Fee

Frontier faces blowback after customers find out about extra surcharge.

Emily Rella

Passengers Furious After Southwest Airlines Leaves Thousands Stranded: 'I Just Want to Go Home'

The popular airline was hit with two separate issues this week that left thousands of passengers grounded and angry.

Emily Rella

American Airlines Desperately Asks Employees to Volunteer to Help Keep up With Busy Summer Travel Season

The airline is asking for help during the months of June through August and will not be offering any bonus compensation.

Emily Rella

Delta Air Lines CEO: New hires must be vaccinated for COVID-19

The air carrier says the new policy takes effect May 17th.

Euni Han

The Airline Industry Will Release a Covid-19 Passport for Your iPhone Next Month

Barbados will accept the pass on flights from London starting on April 16th.

I. Bonifacic

3 Airline Stocks That Are Taking Off

As more people are getting comfortable with flying again, airline companies may be a runway success.

SEAN SECHLER

American Airlines Will Resume Boeing 737 Max Passenger Flights Today

It's the first domestic carrier to resume service with the notorious plane.

Daniel Cooper

American Airlines Conducts First Public Boeing 737 Max Test Flight After Ban

The airlines will resume passenger flights on the plane on December 29.

Mariella Moon

United Airlines Lost a Massive $1.8 Billion, Cut Thousands of Staff and Burned Through $25 Million a Day in the Third Quarter

But CEO Scott Kirby added that by cost cutting and building up nearly $20 billion of liquidity, it was ready to prepare for an eventual recovery.