Turkish Airlines has had a terrible month, but the airline could bounce back faster than some passengers might expect.
The planning for the expansion of the international terminal at Chicago O'Hare isn't slated to be completed before 2017 but at least change is under way.
There's no doubt the airlines could sell a lot of tickets on these undeveloped routes. But would carriers make money fly them? Or would average fares be too low?
In the ever-changing realm of revenue management, focusing on revenue per customer vs. revenue per seat is the way of the future for the airline industry.
When it comes to travel stocks, what goes down must eventually come back up.
One week an analyst says investors should dump airline stocks. The next, another recommends buying airline shares. Who can keep track?
Many small and medium sized airports are desperate for new flights. But big airlines tend to be skeptical, and rightly so. They sometimes struggle when adding new routes from smaller markets.
For years, regional airlines paid young pilots low wages. That spurred short-term economic returns, but it may have kept some potential pilots from pursuing an airline career. That means fewer pilots are in the pipeline.
No one would accuse airlines of being early adopters, but some carriers are finally starting to realize the Internet of Things is here to stay.
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