United Continental Holdings Inc. fell the most since October 2011 after posting the only first- quarter loss among major U.S. carriers, hampered by severe winter weather that trimmed results by $200 million.
Boeing Co.’s iconic 747 jumbo jet is gliding deeper into its twilight years, with a new Air Force One fleet offering the strongest sales prospect for a passenger model that no longer fits most airlines’ needs.
Azul, the Brazilian airline created by JetBlue Airways founder David Neeleman, is in talks with Airbus Group NV, Boeing Co. and lessors about wide-body jets to start flying abroad, people familiar with the matter said.
Airlines in the U.S. would have to disclose bag fees and seat-assignment charges upfront when tickets are sold under a proposed change in federal transportation regulations designed to protect consumers.
United Continental Holdings Inc., the world’s largest carrier, stands to benefit after its Japanese partner, ANA Holdings Inc., received 11 additional takeoff and landing rights at Tokyo’s Haneda airport.