In ongoing contract negotiations, pilots at major airlines are pushing for changes in scheduling, to allow for more time at home and fewer missed birthdays and other celebrations.
The ruling is a major victory for the Biden administration, which has used aggressive enforcement of antitrust laws to fight against mergers and other arrangements between large corporations.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating an incident with the Embraer 170 aircraft which killed an American Airlines worker on Saturday in Montgomery, Ala.
Several airlines are waiving the fees to change flights as snow storms, high winds and low temperatures are expected across the U.S.
The airline hosted the Bessie Coleman Aviation All-Stars tour last week to celebrate the anniversary of Coleman earning her international pilot's license in 1921.
Michael Lowe says he is still suffering from trauma following a 17-day experience in a New Mexico jail, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.
The backlog is even worse than it was on Christmas Eve, with 2,521 flights canceled worldwide, according to Flight Aware.
The airline says it was forced to cancel more than 800 flights on Sunday alone due to poor weather and staff shortages.
The man's unwillingness to wear a mask triggered the assault, a witness said, and forced the cross-country flight to land in Denver. The female flight attendant was reportedly punched in the face.
The ripple effects of decisions made throughout the pandemic could mean disruptions for thousands of passengers throughout the busy summer travel season.
American Airlines and Dell are directly criticizing Republican-sponsored legislation in the state legislature that would curb expanded voter access.
A new policy from American Airlines, the largest airline in the United States, put a limit on the weight of a wheelchair. Now, many power wheelchairs are too heavy to fly on smaller regional jets.
"To our departing 13,000 family members: thank you for your dedication and we look forward to welcoming you back," United told employees, as CARES Act payroll aid was set to expire.
The airlines will require all customers over the age of 2 to wear face coverings on board and at airports, with no exceptions. They say people who don't comply won't be allowed to fly as next week.