In an interview broadcast on Bloomberg Television on Monday, JetBlue Airways CEO David Barger said the bankruptcy of AMR and potential consolidation of American Airlines into another carrier was an “evolution” that is “good for our industry.”
Burbank will soon see its last American Airlines service, Iberia pilots will leave hundreds of flights unmanned, safety concerns abound for airlines in India, and more…
Though unofficial until December 1st, JetBlue and WestJet appear to be the winners of an auction giving them rights to add flights at LaGuardia and Reagan National Airports. Edward Russell reports.
Several US airlines now offer customers a Premium Economy option with more legroom and amenities. Do passengers think it’s a good value? And is it effective for the airlines’ bottom line? Columnist Edward Russell investigates.
The US DOT fines Spirit for deceptive tweets, drug smugglers are hiding product in the checked bags of regular folk, the DirecTV blimp and JetBlue go at it, and more…
JetBlue on Wednesday launched flights to two new Latin American cities from their hub at New York’s JFK International Airport: Liberia, Costa Rica and La Romana, Dominican Republic.
JetBlue Airways Chief Operating Officer Rob Maruster on Tuesday appeared in a company video apologizing for the airline’s several stranded flights on Saturday, emphasizing that the airline was focused on safety.
Exchanges between the pilots of a stranded JetBlue airliner and air traffic controllers at Bradley International Airport reveal the desperation felt on the plane’s flight deck and a sense that JetBlue management did little to help.
Airlines could face big fines over flights stranded during the northeast snowstorm this past weekend. Plus, a Delta 747 suffers an uncontained engine failure, Fort Lauderdale’s hilly new runway, and a JetBlue employee run over by a jetway.
ANA’s 787 Dreamliner is struck by lightning, Richard Branson is ready to go to space, US Airways workers are busted for selling fraudulent flights to Tel Aviv, and more…