Articles tagged “U.S. airlines”

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U.S. Airlines Shouldn’t Enter the Blame Game Fray Over Travel’s Summer of Chaos

This is going to be a tough summer for U.S. airlines. They are scheduling more flights than the system can handle as passengers show a near insatiable appetite for tickets. The last thing they need to be doing is joining the pass-the-buck club between airports and governments.

U.S. Airlines Shouldn’t Enter the Blame Game Fray Over Travel’s Summer of Chaos

Airline Weekly

Delta Air Lines Revenues Fully Recovered From Pandemic

"I think the human spirit wants to travel," Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian said. And he's seeing the proof. Delta forecasts its second-quarter revenues will be fully recovered to 2019 levels. Ticket prices will rise, as the airline still is flying only 82 percent of its 2019 capacity: Good for the airline, but summer travel will be more expensive.

Delta Air Lines Revenues Fully Recovered From Pandemic

Airline Weekly

U.S. Pilot Staffing Will Take Years to Sort Out

Is there a pilot shortage in the U.S.? That's one of the most hotly debated questions in the airline industry. But the upshot for passengers is the same regardless of what the industry thinks: Airlines are cancelling more flights and flying reduced schedules this summer because they can't find enough crews.

U.S. Pilot Staffing Will Take Years to Sort Out

Airlines

Airlines Press U.S. to Lift Covid Testing Requirements

Good for the airlines.

Airlines Press U.S. to Lift Covid Testing Requirements

Airline Weekly

Cape Air CEO Worries Industry Tactics Could Lengthen Pilot Shortage

The U.S. pilot shortage is a real and present problem for the airline industry, but not everyone agrees on the fix. Regional airline Cape Air's CEO thinks the industry should work together on the issue, and if airlines don't, the shortage will only be prolonged.

Cape Air CEO Worries Industry Tactics Could Lengthen Pilot Shortage

Airline Weekly

2 Airline Startups Are Sparking an Unlikely War Between Local Airports

Startups Breeze Airways and Avelo Airlines are rivals, a competition that is now igniting a battle in the relatively sleepy aviation state of Connecticut, where two airports just 56 miles apart, Hartford and New Haven, are being pitted against one another over expansion demands from the two carriers.

2 Airline Startups Are Sparking an Unlikely War Between Local Airports

Airline Weekly

U.S. to Require Airlines to Disclose Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The U.S. financial regulator proposed a rule that would require airlines — and other large companies — to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions. After years of fighting such requirements in Europe and elsewhere, airlines back the proposed rule, saying it brings clarity to the process.

U.S. to Require Airlines to Disclose Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Airline Weekly

The U.S. Pilot Shortage May Not Peak Until 2023

The pandemic only put off a problem that had been looming for the U.S. airline industry: The shortage of pilots. Airlines are competing for scarce talent and are cutting back schedules because they can't find enough aviators. Not helping matters is a historic run-up in fuel prices, which only adds to airlines' woes as they start to see demand for travel rise.

The U.S. Pilot Shortage May Not Peak Until 2023

Airline Weekly

End of Federal Aid Gave Airline Startups a Boost: Avelo Exec

Now that airlines are no longer required to fly to all their pre-pandemic destinations per aid rules, several have begun dropping routes to smaller cities. This is the perfect time for startup airlines to fill in the void and start flying from secondary markets, Avelo's new Chief Financial Officer Hunter Keay says.

End of Federal Aid Gave Airline Startups a Boost: Avelo Exec

Airline Weekly

U.S. Airlines Kick Off 2022 With Operations in Disarray

It's been a challenging start of the year for U.S. airlines. Lost in the coverage of travelers stranded at airports was that 91 percent of U.S. flights during the holidays flew as scheduled. Still, it was a mess.

U.S. Airlines Kick Off 2022 With Operations in Disarray