Articles tagged “american”

Airlines

American Cancels the Most Flights of U.S. Carriers So Far This Year

Even if flight disruptions decrease in the fall, airlines will continue to be battered because the main factors behind their brutal year aren't going away soon.

American Cancels the Most Flights of U.S. Carriers So Far This Year

Airlines

American Airlines AAdvantage Chief on the New Simplicity in Loyalty

During the pandemic, American Airlines altered its frequent flyer programs, recognizing that the program had become too complicated and also that credit card use — not air travel — provides the bulk of the income.

American Airlines AAdvantage Chief on the New Simplicity in Loyalty

Airlines

Airline CEOs Go Live and In-Person to Juice the Recovery

The pandemic has forced airline CEOs to be more accessible. Coming off the worst year in aviation's modern history, being front and center with workers and customers takes on a new urgency for CEOs looking to resuscitate business.

Airline CEOs Go Live and In-Person to Juice the Recovery

Tourism

Europe to Open to Vaccinated U.S. Vacationers and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top travel stories this week, we covered Europe's opening to vaccinated U.S. travelers, luxury travel's recovery, Amtrak in the limelight, and American Airlines demothballing jets.

Europe to Open to Vaccinated U.S. Vacationers and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Airlines

Airlines Will Watch Closely the Biden-Era Scrutiny of the American-JetBlue Partnership

The Justice Department is reviewing the controversial new partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways for antitrust concerns. If the deal is off, what does it mean for an airline industry battered by the pandemic?

Airlines Will Watch Closely the Biden-Era Scrutiny of the American-JetBlue Partnership

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Ground Portions of Their 737 Max Fleets to Check on Electrical Power Issue

The latest issue with the 737 Max that Boeing identified is unrelated to problem with the power system that led to the 20-month ban. Still, any issue with a plane's electrical power system is not trivial.

U.S. Airlines Ground Portions of Their 737 Max Fleets to Check on Electrical Power Issue

Airline Weekly

Government Profits as American and Sun Country Airlines Repay CARES Act Loans

Government Profits as American and Sun Country Airlines Repay CARES Act Loans

Airline Weekly

Why Did American Really Scrap Change Fees?

Why Did American Really Scrap Change Fees?

Airlines

China Is Blocking U.S. Airlines From Resuming Service, Transportation Department Charges

The operations of U.S. airlines in China may be falling victim to the wider U.S.-China conflict.

China Is Blocking U.S. Airlines From Resuming Service, Transportation Department Charges

Coronavirus

American Airlines’ Big Decision and 11 Other Coronavirus Travel Stories This Week

In our coronavirus coverage this week, American Airlines slashes international routes for the summer, indicating it doesn't think demand will come back any time in the short-run. Plus, Airbnb CEO apologizes to hosts in the form of a $260 million relief package. And Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel is the first high-profile travel CEO to disclose he has contracted coronavirus.

American Airlines’ Big Decision and 11 Other Coronavirus Travel Stories This Week