Etihad is delaying and modifying some of its aircraft orders with both major makers as its financial situation gets tighter.
Norwegian, flying through some financial difficulties, is cutting some routes and adding more U.S. to Europe flights.
Ryanair is offering a one-time annual fee to cover its 'upsell' fees, and offering some customer service improvements as well.
An old concept returns as a possible future design: the biplane. It's used in this concept study by Boeing and NASA.
Southwest adds to its 737 MAX commitment, which will make it not only the largest 737 operator but also the largest MAX operator.
Qantas cancels the rest of its order, as others drop planes or limit orders.
The global airline alliance makes plans for the future as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Delta's long-awaited Airbus A220s have entered service, first in the U.S. for the Canadian-designed and built plane.
U.S. airlines are finding gold in selling premium seats; they're even reducing economy seats to make more room for revenue.
International premium economy seats can now be booked as award travel to a number of regions served by the airline.
FLIO, one of PHeymont's long-time favorites now has a million users and a range of added features.
After four years at the top, Atlanta's Hartfield/Jackson loses busiest airport title to Chicago O'Hare.
A new service that will take your bags to the airport or deliver them to your hotel starts up in Miami, will add New York this month.
After a delay caused by the government shutdown, Southwest starts its proving flights for FAA approval to fly to Hawaii.
A prized perk is getting new restrictions as elites complain lounges have become too available and crowded.