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Font Resize Frontier Airlines is looking for some love from its hometown. The carrier, which returned its headquarters to Denver this year following a brief stint in Indianapolis, says it wants to bring more than 500 call-center, dispatcher and
Lufthansa receives worlds first 747-8 Issac John / 4 May 2012 Lufthansa, which on Wednesday became the first airline to take delivery of Boeings new generation Boeing 747-8, said on Wednesday it would add four more Intercontinental aircraft in 2012.
Expanding Hobby Airport to allow for international flights will cost the Houston area 3,700 jobs and $295 million in economic activity, according to a study released by United Airlines Thursday afternoon. United's conclusions contrast starkly with
United unit of now-merged United Continental Holdings Inc., on Thursday protested slow-going negotiations over a new contract by marching to the carrier's downtown Chicago headquarters building. On the second anniversary of the merger deal that
first-quarter results was that the company could have taken steps to prevent the integration-related glitches that led to a loss. Given high fuel costs, one thing airline companies should know is that they simply cannot afford more problems.
As the U.S. airline industry grapples with high fuel prices, carriers will continue to merge and provoke customer angst about ticket prices and service but don't look for Congress to step in. Congress ultimately has taken a pass on preventing mergers
Unionized pilots at United Continental Holdings Inc.'s United Airline subsidiary, impatient over the slow pace of contract negotiations aimed at reaching a new joint labor accord covering them and their counterparts at the Continental Airlines union,
Delta Air Lines Inc.'s chief executive, Richard Anderson, received a 10 percent raise in his pay package in 2011, a year when the company's stock price fell by more than a third. Anderson's pay package was valued at $8.9 million,
The CEO of United Airlines got compensation worth more than $13 million last year — triple what he got the year before. More than half of Jeffrey Smisek's compensation came from stock awards, including incentives for the merger
The parent of United Airlines lost $448 million in the first quarter as it dealt with higher fuel prices and hiccups in its integration with Continental Airlines. United Continental Holdings Inc. said Thursday that the loss