American Airlines

By Guy Norris
Buoyed by double-digit first-quarter revenues and a busy commercial and defense orderbook, GE Aerospace reported an operating profit of $1.5 billion.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
In its largest year yet, the competition saw growth from all-female and international teams.
MRO

By David Casey
The latest airline route news, featuring network changes, schedule alterations, codeshares and interline agreements.
Airports & Networks

By Daniel Williams
Since the post-pandemic peaks of "revenge travel," U.S. carriers have started to change how they use their feeder networks.
MRO Americas

By William Moore
All U.S. Big Four airlines except Southwest are reducing emissions per ASK at a similar rate; Southwest displays low emissions, particularly moving into 2024.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Helen Massy-Beresford, Adrian Schofield, Christine Boynton, Lori Ranson
Digital advances help airlines capitalize on seat choices, onboard sales and more.
Airlines & Lessors

By Antoine Fafard
The top 20 airline groups as measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) for 2023 reveal a traffic performance 30% higher than the top 20 carriers in 2022.
Airlines & Lessors

Continuing an annual tradition dating back to 1957, Aviation Week Network editors honored a wide variety of industry accomplishments.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By David Casey
Five destinations and four airlines are among the finalists at the Routes Americas 2024 Awards, which celebrate excellence in airport and destination marketing.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
New routes from and within the Americas region are being opened by American Airlines, Avianca and Delta Air Lines.
Airports & Networks

By Antoine Fafard
For a third consecutive year, Delta Air Lines has come out as the leader for on-time performance in among the “Big 4” U.S. operators.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
The order is aimed at filling what American sees as a gap in service while also addressing consumer preferences.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
An order divided between Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer will see at least 260 aircraft, a mix of narrowbodies and regional jets, join the American Airlines fleet.
Airlines & Lessors

By Sean Broderick
The collaboration shows the promise of broadening traffic surveillance capabilities to aircraft.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By David Casey
Analysis of three new Asia-Pacific routes being opened by Air Premia, VietJet and American Airlines.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
The latest airline route news, featuring network changes, schedule alterations, codeshares and interline agreements.
Airports & Networks

Aviation Week Network Staff
Among many accomplishments, Doug Parker oversaw the merger of American and U.S. Airways, creating the world’s biggest airline, which he took to new heights.
Airlines & Lessors

By Karen Walker
A conversation with former American Airlines CEO Doug Parker looking back at his long and game-changing industry career.
Window Seat Podcast

By Aaron Karp
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport handled 22.1 million passengers in 2023, up 4.8% over 2022, which had previously been the airport’s busiest-ever year.
Airports & Networks

New MRO facilities and joint ventures are highlights of Contracts and News Briefs this month.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
FAA proposals mandating Boeing 737NG nacelle changes have some operators concerned about the agency’s plan to mitigate the risk of maintenance errors.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
The carrier has rolled out electronic aircraft maintenance logs on its narrowbodies and seeks to develop capability for widebodies by 2025.
Emerging Technologies

By William Moore
Due to the low seat counts on regional jets, emissions are high, and this pulls overall results higher across the board.
Airlines & Lessors

By Lee Ann Shay
After retiring from American Airlines, Parker is breaking down barriers to recruit and diversify the pilot pool.
Maintenance & Training

By Christine Boynton
An event-saturated January followed a year not short on its own challenges, and during recent earnings calls airlines projected which issues might spill over.
Airlines & Lessors