As the coronavirus spreads, and the number of people on flights plunges, will airlines, particularly U.S. airlines, stop flying or will they keep their schedules and fly nearly deserted planes?
Douglas A. McIntyre
Flying can be a frightening experience for some people. Planes are usually huge machines that can be very daunting. Nothing gets you to your destination faster, but this convenience comes at a price...
Hristina Byrnes, John Harrington
It is no secret that some sectors have companies that largely move in tandem, and the airline industry usually fits that bill, barring any major accidents or other company-specific drags.
Jon C. Ogg
JetBlue Airways is ready to take off for investors. That's the message from Tuesday's top analyst upgrades.
Jon C. Ogg
  The U.S. airline carriers have been given a deep-dive review from Credit Suisse on Monday as the firm initiated coverage on the sector. Credit Suisse initiated airline sector coverage with an...
Jon C. Ogg
With Thanksgiving holiday travel officially beginning Friday, here are some tips on what food items travelers can carry on and what must be in checked baggage. And, yes, turkeys can fly.
Paul Ausick
Some passengers boarding plans in the next 20 years will do so via crumbling airports and inadequate roads.
Douglas A. McIntyre
United Airlines is canceling flights on its grounded 737 Max fleet until early January, joining Southwest and American in keeping the troubled airplane on the ground through the winter holiday season.
Paul Ausick
Boeing successfully completed the first test flight of its unmanned refueling tanker for the U.S. Navy and continues to work on both major and minor issues on its much-delayed KC-46 Air Force tanker.
Paul Ausick
Boeing has been the top-performing stock among the 30 equities in the Dow since mid-June. The stock gained nearly 90% for 2017, well ahead of its closest competitors for the title.
Paul Ausick
American Airlines has announced that it suddenly solved its problem and everyone who wants to fly can. It is another example of how technology can get in the way of customer satisfaction.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Boeing flew the first of 18 KC-46A tankers it has contracted to deliver in 2018 to the U.S. Air Force. The company will miss its internal target for a first delivery by the end of the year.
Paul Ausick
If the border adjustment tax were to be put into place, Baird thinks it would be a windfall for domestic oil producers. These five companies fit the bill.
Lee Jackson
This could be big.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt
It has to be more than a phone. It has to stretch the iPhone universe so widely that it is unimaginable.
Douglas A. McIntyre