United To Make ‘Largest IFE Investment’

By Alan Dron Jun 06, 2023
United Airlines is set to purchase a massive nearly 300,000 Astrova seatback screens from Panasonic Avionics to bolster its inflight entertainment offering.
Interiors & Connectivity

United Makes It A Priority To Strengthen Hub Connectivity

By Lori Ranson Jun 06, 2023
United Airlines believes it can make significant progress in bolstering connectivity in its mid-continent hubs during the next year-and-a-half.
On Location

Vietnam Airlines, SAS, United Unveil New Long-Haul Routes

By David Casey Jun 01, 2023
Airlines continue to expand their global reach.
Airlines & Lessors
North American Pilots Negotiate For Better Contract Terms
With a busy summer travel season ahead, some pilot contracts remain under negotiation.
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United Airlines CFO Gerald Laderman To Retire

By Christine Boynton May 31, 2023
United Airlines EVP and CFO Gerald ‘Gerry’ Laderman has announced plans to retire from the company in 2024.
Airlines & Lessors

Cabin Weight And Waste Cuts Help Sustainability Drive

By Helen Massy-Beresford May 25, 2023
Changes in cabin hardware and services can help cut waste and improve airlines’ environmental credentials.
Airlines & Lessors

United Airlines Bullish On Denver Hub, Adds Six Routes

By Aaron Karp May 24, 2023
United Airlines unveiled six new routes from its Denver International Airport hub, including two to the Caribbean, as part of the its expansion at the hub.
Airports & Networks

Airlines Hope Strong Demand Holds Steady After A Busy Summer

By Helen Massy-Beresford May 18, 2023
No immediate slowdown in robust demand is in sight, carriers say.
Airlines & Lessors

Daily Memo: Pilot Negotiations Are About More Than Money

By Christine Boynton May 17, 2023
Summer readiness is something United Airlines says it is not taking lightly. 
Airlines & Lessors

The Week In Technology, May 15-19, 2023

By Graham Warwick May 16, 2023
AI in aviation; flying hydrogen lab; Seoul’s UAM routes; and Alder’s fuel progresses.
Emerging Technologies

Mesa Transitioning CRJ-900 Flying To United, Improving Pilot Retention

By Christine Boynton May 10, 2023
Mesa Air Group sees opportunity ahead for underserved rural markets.
Airlines & Lessors

United Slams Delta’s ‘Self-Serving’ Tokyo Haneda Slot Proposal

By Aaron Karp May 09, 2023
United, Delta clash over how much demand to Japan has recovered as the airlines submit competing filings to the U.S. Transportation Department.
Airports & Networks

Airlines Count Costs Of Emissions Trading Schemes

By Helen Massy-Beresford May 08, 2023
European airlines fear that the cost of compliance will put them at a disadvantage.
Airlines & Lessors

Profits Elude Most U.S. Airlines Even As Revenues And Demand Grow

By Christine Boynton May 04, 2023
Carriers face numerous challenges to profitability but remain optimistic.
Airlines & Lessors

MROs Look Beyond The iPad For Digitalization Road Map

John Walton May 02, 2023
Maintenance providers share lessons learned from incorporating digital devices in the hangar—and where the technology roadmap is headed next.
Emerging Technologies

Daily Memo: U.S.-Australasia Market Set To Surge As Airlines Plan More Flights

By Adrian Schofield Apr 26, 2023
While many Asia-Pacific international long-haul markets are gaining recovery momentum, airlines are boosting transpacific services to Australia and New Zealand.
Airports & Networks

JetBlue Airways Taps United Executive To Oversee Airports

By Aaron Karp Apr 25, 2023
JetBlue serves more than 100 airports, which will include four in Europe as of late summer. 
Airports & Networks

Daily Memo: United Airlines Works To Solve The New Seasonality Puzzle

By Lori Ranson Apr 24, 2023
United CEO Scott Kirby says “demand is just structurally different than it was pre-pandemic, and we’re still figuring out that new normal.”
Airlines & Lessors

United Airlines Braces For More 737 MAX Delays In Second Quarter

By Lori Ranson Apr 21, 2023
Chicago-based United disclosed the delays in a recent regulatory filing.
Airlines & Lessors

Cybersecurity Threats To Aviation Bolstered By Efficiency, Geopolitics

By Christine Boynton Apr 20, 2023
Occurrences of ransomware inside the aviation supply chain are up 600% in just one year—an indicator of escalating cybersecurity risks the industry is facing.
Airlines & Lessors

United Airlines Believes Domestic Strength Remains Intact

By Lori Ranson Apr 19, 2023
For the second quarter 2023, United expects its domestic capacity to increase 10% year-over-year.
Airlines & Lessors

United Airlines To Launch Three New South Pacific Routes

By David Casey Apr 18, 2023
United Airlines will launch three new routes, including what will be the sole nonstop connection between the U.S. and Christchurch, New Zealand.
Airports & Networks

Changing Travel Patterns Muddle Airline Projections

By Christine Boynton Apr 12, 2023
Algorithms airlines used in the past for forecasting revenue may no longer be accurate as travel patterns keep changing, an industry analyst observes.
Airlines & Lessors

FAA Seeks New York-Area Airline Service Cuts Due To ATC Staff Shortage

By Christine Boynton Apr 10, 2023
This summer, U.S. airlines will reduce services to the region’s airports to help avoid massive delays.
Airports & Networks

United Airlines To Offset New York Service Cuts With Larger Aircraft

By Christine Boynton Apr 07, 2023
United Airlines plans to offset previously announced New York-area summer service reductions by deploying larger aircraft on affected routes. 
Airlines & Lessors