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Airlines are working to cut down on emissions to secure their future business model, but the technology to make a real impact is still years away
As pressures from fuel costs, climate-change-conscious customers, and government regulations mount, airlines are working to reduce emissions.
A pilot and Instagram influencer with nearly half a million followers reveals 7 secrets most people don’t know about the job
Maria Fagerström, a pilot and Instagram influencer, shared some things passengers don't usually know about the job.
Airlines are flying tons of unneeded fuel around the world to save as little as $52 by not filling up in countries with higher prices
The practice, called fuel tankering, gives airlines an often tiny saving at the cost of much-larger carbon emissions, BBC's 'Panorama' said.
The cost of airfare in the US has actually dropped in the past 10 years, after adjusting for inflation.
Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines plan to code-share on more routes, including Europe and South Africa
The agreement will also include SilkAir and Scoot, as well as Firefly.
Apple is reportedly one of United’s best customers, and now it may be helping the airline revamp its terminal at San Francisco Airport
United Airlines is discussing a partnership with Apple to fix up its San Francisco International Airport terminal, according to Bloomberg.
Boeing stripped its CEO of his chairman title and an analyst thinks it’s the best possible outcome for him and the embattled company
Business Insider spoke with a Glass Lewis analyst who explained what the move means, and why she thinks it's good news for Boeing and shareholders.
Around a half-dozen European airlines have closed in 2019, and several more ceased operations in 2017 and 2018.
Here's how to speak "airline" according to airline pilot Patrick Smith, who explains terms such as all-call, direct flight, and ground stop.
United Airlines and American Airlines both fell roughly 6% on news of the approval. JetBlue fared better than its peers, dropping about 2.8%.