David Neeleman’s new airline promises to have good service at competitive prices. That’s his strategy at every airline, and it’s commendable. But Neeleman is also planning to operate what is essentially two business models at once. Can he pull it off?
Leaders from around the world gathered at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland this past week to discuss key global issues including the economy, security and sustainability.
Boeing Co. will halt production of the grounded 737 Max in January, a move that will deepen the crisis engulfing the planemaker, complicate its eventual recovery and ripple through the U.S. economy.
This summer, American Airlines received good news: The U.S. Department of Transportation gave final approval of the airline’s joint business agreement with Qantas. Continue reading American Airlines Receives Final Approval of Its Joint Business With Qantas and Announces New Routes
United will offer a first-class cabin in a 50-seat jet when it launches flights on its Bombardier CRJ-550 fleet starting Sunday October 27, 2019. Continue reading United reveals unprecedented regional jet
JetBlue is expanding its Europe connectivity ahead of plans to begin its own transatlantic flights in 2021. Continue reading JetBlue, Norwegian Air ink interline agreement
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines and Bethesda-based Marriott International have been voted as the top airline and hotel chain respectively for business travelers in North America.
Continue reading Delta And Marriott Named Best Airline And Hotel Chain For Business Travelers
United Mileage Plus members no longer have to worry about their frequent flyer points expiring. Continue reading United Ending Point Expirations for Mileage Plus