Competition issues sink Lufthansa's bid for an Air Berlin subsidiary, and flights are grounded.
Airlines are pushing back on a plan to move vacation flights away from busy Schiphol Airport to a distant, smaller field.
Rules the airlines have stalled for years have now been withdrawn. They would have required upfront disclosure of added fees on tickets.
Delta extends basic economy—and baggage charges—to its flights to Europe.
The lithium batteries in many electronically-enhanced suitcases may pose a fire hazard in cargo. Several airlines have already banned them.
WestJet and Delta plan a joint venture that will allow them to act together to expand in each other's markets.
Bankrupt, and with highly uncertain future, Alitalia goes shopping for high-fashion clothes for cabin crews.
Fees, fees and more fees: the airlines are relying on them more and more.
India's growing air traffic pushes Mumbai to a world record for take-offs and landings in one day.
IAG declares victory for its lower-price affiliate, adds a new hub and some new routes.
Schiphol tries another method to speed up security checks: Passengers can make an appointment for a specific time.
Stuck with a fleet of unwanted A380s, an Irish leasing company comes up with a scheme to fly them itself and market through others.
WestJet Link, WestJet's new regional service will be flown on Saab 340bs, repainted in WestJet livery.
U.S. airlines have gotten their act together and reduced passenger bumping by nearly 80% for a new record low.
The leading low-cost carriers keep on adding routes and cities. Here's the latest round.