Its CEO pushed back on analysts who wonder if the airline is straying from its model.
The carrier says it is following the money and that's leading to a domestic-centric business.
Airlines believe it is normal to sell flights they may or may not operate, 300 days in the future, but customers don't understand the practice.
I can't blame Air France-KLM for going for one, but airlines have a long way to go on emissions reductions. Also, why is Airlines for America so…
Did you know that United's Asia margins historically have lagged?
And less about the points. Plus: other earnings news, an outlook on summer, and more.
An airline insider shares some barbed criticism.
I hear a lot of bad product pitches, but I'm intrigued by Caravelo and its flight subscription technology. Also: Does no one from Delta read this…
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