Spirit Airlines announced Wednesday that it will be launching flights out of Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.
Frontier Airlines announced on Tuesday that it would launch flights between both Pennsylvania airports and Orlando.
A United Express flight operated by Shuttle America made an emergency landing Monday night at Newark Liberty International Airport after its nose gear would not deploy.
After being grounded while in bankruptcy 18 months ago, Mexicana is expecting to begin operations once again sometime in April.
United Airlines will re-link Sarasota to Chicago with daily service beginning Nov. 4.
Boeing will deliver its first passenger version of the Boeing 747-8 tomorrow near Seattle.
Vision Airlines is ending its service to Northwest Florida Regional Airport on Sunday according to the Northwest Daily News.
“We are excited to add Istanbul to our global route network,” said Jim Compton, United’s executive vice president and chief revenue officer.
Frontier Airlines announced today that it will be launching flights between Bismarck, N.D. and its hub in Denver.
Spirit Airlines continued its recent rapid expansion with the announcement of returning to Denver on Friday.
Air Australia has unexpectedly grounded its five-jet fleet Friday, stranding nearly 4,000 travelers.
After a decade of being Chief Executive Officer of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, Bill Ayer announced his retirement effective May 15.
Just months after Boeing locked in its largest plane order from Southwest Airlines, the world’s second largest plane manufacturer has scored another record plane order.
JetBlue Airways announced on Monday that it will be adding several new routes and increasing frequencies on several existing routes.
After days of anticipation, the new startup airline to be based out of Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport will be a resurrection of PEOPLExpress.
US Airways announced on Monday that it will begin flying to Cincinnati and Des Moines from its hub at Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C.
A new carrier is launching flights from Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport.
Spirit Airlines continued its expansion at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Thursday by announcing it would add flights to Tampa.
Republic Airways subsidiary Frontier Airlines announced five new routes out of its Denver hub Thursday morning.
Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet Airlines announced that its employees have voted in favor of starting a wholly owned regional carrier to expand its network and compete with Air Canada.
Spirit will go head-to-head with low-cost rival Allegiant Air on the route, which has focus cities at both Phoenix-Mesa and Las Vegas.
The world’s largest low-cost carrier will begin blending in Boeing 737-800s into its fleet starting April 11
Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet announced on Tuesday that it will begin flying to Chicago-O’hare International Airport with flights to Calgary and Vancouver, British Columbia.
Alaska Air announced Tuesday morning that it will begin flying to Philadelphia from its Seattle hub beginning June 11, 2011. The airline will also switch its flights from Miami to Fort Lauderdale later that month.
Ultra low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines will be adding seasonal service between Dallas/Forth Worth and Myrtle Beach beginning May 3.