Articles tagged “jetblue”

Podcasts

Europe Grapples With Extreme Heat

Today's podcast looks at an extremely hot Europe, Euro 2024's appeal to Asian travelers, and JetBlue's baggage shift.

Europe Grapples With Extreme Heat

Airlines

Why JetBlue’s Baggage Change Leaves United Airlines on its Own

As JetBlue makes carry-on bags free for all passengers, is United's isolated market positioning becoming increasingly untenable?

Why JetBlue’s Baggage Change Leaves United Airlines on its Own

Airlines

Southwest Faces Activist Pressure as Elliott Takes Nearly $2 Billion Stake

In a letter to Southwest's board of directors, Elliot said it wanted a new CEO at the airline, along with other major changes.

Southwest Faces Activist Pressure as Elliott Takes Nearly $2 Billion Stake

Airlines

Where Are the Women? The Airline Industry Reckons With a Broad Gender Gap

In recent decades, women have gone on to lead countries and major companies. But the airline industry has been much slower to close its broad gender gap across senior leadership, engineering and pilot roles.

Where Are the Women? The Airline Industry Reckons With a Broad Gender Gap

Airlines

JetBlue’s Latest Bid For Growth: A Codeshare With British Airways

If approved, the codeshare would be JetBlue’s most significant partnership since a federal judge struck down the Northeast Alliance.

JetBlue’s Latest Bid For Growth: A Codeshare With British Airways

Airlines

Major U.S. Airlines Sue Biden Administration Over Junk Fees Rule

Major U.S. airlines have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Transportation’s “junk fees” rule, arguing that it the rule is a regulatory overreach that would create more confusion for consumers.

Major U.S. Airlines Sue Biden Administration Over Junk Fees Rule

Airlines

JetBlue Slashes its Winter Transatlantic Schedule — A Sign of Weakness or Strength?

Almost a third of the airline's long-haul European capacity is being cut as it redeploys aircraft and resources to routes in the Americas.

JetBlue Slashes its Winter Transatlantic Schedule — A Sign of Weakness or Strength?

Airlines

Spirit CEO Slams Airline Industry as ‘Rigged Game’ as Carrier’s Losses Widen

Spirit CEO Ted Christie had some choice words for the current state of the airline industry as the ultra-low-cost carrier reported a greater first-quarter loss.

Spirit CEO Slams Airline Industry as ‘Rigged Game’ as Carrier’s Losses Widen

Airline Weekly

JetBlue and Volaris In Focus

With earnings season well underway, Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat examine the key trends and finer details from JetBlue and Volaris - two of the largest low-cost carriers in the Americas.

JetBlue and Volaris In Focus

Airlines

Biden Administration Cracks Down on Junk Fees in the Airline Industry

The new rules would require airlines to disclose the fees of certain service upfront and streamline the process for providing passengers with refunds.

Biden Administration Cracks Down on Junk Fees in the Airline Industry