Articles tagged “alaska airlines”

Airlines

Travel CEO Turnover in 2021 Ushers in New Leaders for Recovery Fight

A wave of CEO departures swept across the entire travel industry this year. But new names in the top office don't always translate to major changes in how some of these companies will operate going forward.

Travel CEO Turnover in 2021 Ushers in New Leaders for Recovery Fight

Airline Weekly

United Airlines, Alaska Invest in Hydrogen-Electric Engine Developer ZeroAvia

Hydrogen-electric engine developer ZeroAvia is the latest to benefit from United Airlines Ventures' largesse. It's the carrier's latest bet on a new technology in an effort to be among the first airlines to go carbon neutral.

United Airlines, Alaska Invest in Hydrogen-Electric Engine Developer ZeroAvia

Airlines

American CEO Says Airline Will Coexist, Not Compete, With Zoom

Drawing parallels with the 1990s internet boom may seem odd, but Doug Parker thinks history will repeat itself, and more relationship building on virtual meeting platforms will only encourage more meetings in person.

American CEO Says Airline Will Coexist, Not Compete, With Zoom

Airline Weekly

Alaska Airlines Plans for ‘Choppy’ Recovery as Delta Variant Takes a Bite Out of Bookings

Alaska Airlines is decidedly more pessimistic about the recovery after suffering a severe Delta variant setback. Despite that, the airline is pushing ahead with its fleet renewal and plans to fully restore its schedule by next summer.

Alaska Airlines Plans for ‘Choppy’ Recovery as Delta Variant Takes a Bite Out of Bookings

Airline Weekly

Alaska’s Pilots Union Asks For More Benefits as Airline Recovers

Alaska Airlines pilots worked with the carrier to get federal relief and help it through the pandemic. Now, they want more benefits as the travel recovery speeds up.

Alaska’s Pilots Union Asks For More Benefits as Airline Recovers

Business Travel

Amazon’s New Remote Work Policy Gives Regional Airlines a Lift

The tech giant’s latest tinkering with office policies will likely chip away further at the legacy carriers' traditional corporate travel volumes.

Amazon’s New Remote Work Policy Gives Regional Airlines a Lift

Airlines

Why Holdout Delta Air Lines Is Still Not Mandating Vaccines for Workers

Delta Air Lines is getting public relations blowback by not mandating its employees be vaccinated. Delta points to its voluntary vaccination program as a success, but the Atlanta-based carrier said it will fall into line when the federal government requires contractors to vaccinate crews.

Why Holdout Delta Air Lines Is Still Not Mandating Vaccines for Workers

Airlines

Alaska Airlines Taps New Flight Planning Software to Avoid Costly Delays

Until now, artificial intelligence has mostly been hype. But AI is starting to save travel companies real money by making smarter predictions about events that impact operations.

Alaska Airlines Taps New Flight Planning Software to Avoid Costly Delays

Airline Weekly

The Boeing 737 Max Is Back With Passenger Fears Proving a Mirage

The Boeing 737 Max Is Back With Passenger Fears Proving a Mirage

Airlines

Federal Aid Saved U.S. Airlines From the Worst of the Pandemic But Was It a Success?

U.S. airlines avoided broad bankruptcies and cuts with the record $74 billion in government Covid-19 aid. But the relief was industry-specific and left out a lot of other sectors, including hotels and restaurants. That has meant a bumpy national economic recovery.

Federal Aid Saved U.S. Airlines From the Worst of the Pandemic But Was It a Success?