Investigators are examining the source of a fire on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner at London's Heathrow airport, the latest setback to beset the high-tech aircraft.
The crash of Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 ins San Francisco is the third hit of trouble for Boeing this year, but so far the company's stock has emerged unscathed.
A government review finds that the merger of American Airlines and US Airways would reduce competition on more than 1,600 routes traveled by more than 53 million passengers.
United Airlines once again ranked dead-last in customer satisfaction. A recent picture depicting an unfortunate situation in an airplane lavatory gives us some idea why.
From Sea World making a big splash to Carnival experiencing rough seas, here's are this week's best and worst in the business world.
Amtrak is unveiling the first of 70 new locomotives, marking what the railroad hopes will be a new era of better reliability, streamlined maintenance and increased efficiency.
Virgin America said it's close to turning around its financial losses and could be ready for an initial public offering as early as next year.
Southwest Airlines' profits dipped 40 percent last quarter, leading some to speculate that the airline may jettison its "bags fly free" policy in a bid to lift...
United Continental Holdings posted a smaller quarterly loss on Thursday, as the world's largest carrier was helped somewhat by lower fuel prices and higher passenger revenue.
Higher fares are helping Southwest Airlines make more money than Wall Street expected, but the company says automatic federal spending cuts could hurt revenue in April.
US Airways posted a bigger adjusted first-quarter profit as it carried more passengers, and collected more from them.
Delta Air Lines reports its first-quarter profit fell, as costs related to salaries rose.
The FAA has reportedly accepted Boeing's revamped battery system for its beleaguered 787 Dreamliners and agreed to lift its grounding order.
Boeing's grounded 787 jetliners could soon be flying again, published reports say.
A day after American Airlines canceled 970 flights and delayed more than 1,000, the bankrupt airline is promising to run a near-normal operation Wednesday.
Following bankruptcy court approval, the merger of American Airlines and US Airways faces just a few more hurdles, including approval from the U.S. Justice Department.
The government said Thursday that 80.3 percent of flights by U.S. carriers arrived on time in January and February, down from last winter's record 84.9 percent.
American Airlines is tired of passengers hauling bulky suitcases onto its planes, and it may be willing to entice them to quit with the promise of priority boarding.
A federal bankruptcy judge defers giving his blessing to the merger of US Airways and American Airlines, as he weighs outgoing American CEO Tom Horton's severance package.
A Boeing 787 with a redesigned battery system made a 2-hour test flight on Monday, and the company said the event "went according to plan."
Boeing plans to conduct two flight tests of its revamped 787 battery system, possibly as soon as the end of the week, sources say.
Delta Air Lines is in talks to purchase small and wide-body jets from Airbus and Boeing in deals potentially worth about $6 billion at list prices, sources say.
Ryanair has made the biggest-ever order of Boeing planes by a European airline, announcing Tuesday it will buy 175 aircraft in a major boost for the U.S. aerospace giant.
Airbus signed its biggest deal ever Monday -- an order for 234 planes worth $24 billion from Indonesian's Lion Air -- and poached one of rival Boeing's most important clients.
A burrito restaurant in New Mexico has become a tourist attraction as fans of the AMC series "Breaking Bad" come to see where a fictional drug trafficker runs his...