Chinese Airlines Still Report Massive Foreign-Exchange Losses

Most of China's airlines receive substantial government help, so they can weather any foreign-exchange related losses.

The UN’s Aviation Arm Is Trying to Regulate Airline Emissions

With airlines already responsible for 2 percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, it is time for the industry take action to support the environment.

United Poaches American Airlines President Scott Kirby

Scott Kirby, known for his strong financial acumen, could be the savior United's investors have been seeking.

In the Battle for Seattle Flyers, Delta Is Practically Giving Away Elite Status

Delta is once more doubling down in its campaign to woo Seattle customers.

American Airlines’ New Ad Campaign Wants to Humanize the Airline

American has gone more high-end with its new advertising campaign.

U.S. Government Fines Airlines for Not Disclosing Bumping Compensation

Airlines prefer to keep the compensation rules murky. It helps them wheel and deal at the departure gate when necessary.

Volaris Outsmarts Rivals and 6 Other Aviation Trends This Week

These are the aviation trends we were talking about this week.

Speedy Wi-Fi Is Finally Coming to European Short-Haul Flights

European airlines had long believed they did not need in-flight Wi-Fi for shorter routes. But they've finally realized passengers want to be connected constantly.

Lufthansa CEO: ‘Market Volatility Has Become Huge’

Europe's airlines are resilient, but they may not be able may not be able to withstand the twin shocks of Brexit and terrorism.

The State of Airline Upgrades for the Big 3 U.S. Carriers

Consistently getting upgrades requires cold-hard cash and the loyalty that brings from the airlines.