The famously frugal budget airline has found a way to give customers a little more legroom while still squeezing lots of seats onto each of its planes.
After weighing on Embraer's profit in recent years, the KC-390 military jet could drive substantial earnings growth for the company over the next five years and beyond.
A partnership with Aeronex Cargo could allow JetBlue to resume cargo service in a more profitable way.
The industrial conglomerate will have higher earnings and cash flow by this time next year -- and a dramatically lower debt load.
The downturn in orders at Airbus and Boeing this year hasn't affected the pricey wide-body jets that they're most desperate to sell.
Alaska Airlines hasn't yet received its first Boeing 737 MAX, but management seems eager to make Boeing's troubled jet a major part of the carrier's fleet in the years ahead.
Airbus' inability to build and deliver jets on time -- especially the A321neo -- has prevented it from fully capitalizing on the Boeing 737 MAX grounding.
Airlines are planning to retire their Airbus A380s at a very young age, because of the jumbo jet's unwieldy operating costs.
The popular low-fare airline returned to strong earnings growth last quarter as its revenue growth and cost reduction plans started to gain traction.
The world's third-largest carrier has made an impressive comeback with some unconventional strategic choices over the past couple of years.
The Boeing 737 MAX won't return to service until very late in 2019, at best. With cash flow likely to remain negative until 737 MAX deliveries resume, Boeing may need to issue more debt to bolster...
Earnings per share skyrocketed again last quarter for the most profitable U.S. legacy carrier.
Fresh products drove a double-digit jump in crossover and SUV sales at GM last quarter. Ford should see similar success next year, thanks to the imminent arrival of the all-new 2020 Ford Explorer...
The electric vehicle pioneer delivered more than 95,000 cars during the second quarter, but it still has more work to do to become sustainably profitable.
JetBlue is steadily eliminating noncore routes in favor of adding more service in its strongest markets.
The Boeing 737 MAX grounding is limiting the growth of Southwest Airlines and United Airlines in Hawaii, helping hometown competitor Hawaiian Holdings.
The upscale retailer is closing more stores in 2019 than it closed in the previous three years combined.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will buy the remnants of the CRJ regional jet program in order to gain control of Bombardier's global sales, service, and support networks.
After nearly four decades of service, the once-ubiquitous McDonnell Douglas MD-80 will soon disappear from the U.S. air travel market.
Last week, the world's largest airline became the largest customer for Airbus' new jet model.