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- 4Q16 Earnings: Delta Air Lines Reports Thursday
- Frontier Airlines: IPO Back In Play; Two Key Employees Depart After December Meltdown
- WestJet Pilots Okay Revised Pay Proposal For 767 Flying
- AMFA Ramps Up Public Noise Over Stalled Contract Negotiations With Southwest
- December Revenue Reports Coming In Better Than Expected
- Analysts Tweak 4Q16 Estimates: Looks Like Quarter May Be Better Than Originally Expected
- Corporate Communications Moves: Casey Norton to DFW International; Jean Medina to Exelon
- Delta Cancels Boeing 787 Order: What Took Them So Long?
- ALPA Opens Up Official Push For Representation at WestJet; FAs Seek Representation by Indy Union
- Southwest Announces Changes in Executive Ranks; Looks Like A Succession Plan Move At The Top
- The Day of the Boeing 747 Continues To Slowly Come To An End
- United Outlines Timetable for Management Readjustments -- Should be Completed in 1Q17
- Another Industry Legend Lost: TWA's Don Casey
- Market News: Final Employment Report Good; Oil Prices Hang Around $53 Price Point; Rig Count Up in U.S.
- 4Q16 Stock Performance: United Leads The Rest Of The Pack
- 2016 Yearly Stock Performance: GOL Takes Top Spot Even With 4Q16 Decline
This Week: Delta Air Lines Rolls Out 4Q16 Earnings Thursday!
PlaneBusiness Founder, Editor and Publisher Holly Hegeman