Since 2010, U.S. airlines have invested 73% of operating cash flow back into the product – including new aircraft, facilities, ground equipment and technologies – while retiring $91 billion in debt.
As Black History Month comes to an end, A4A joins with our member carriers to recognize the legacy and contributions of African Americans in the aviation industry. Throughout the month, U.S. airlines have taken time to salute their employees, share stories and commemorate achievements. Alaska Airlines First Officer Mallory Cave was a member of the […]
This February, we celebrate Black History and commemorate the achievements of African American trailblazers in aviation. These individuals overcame obstacles and combated discrimination to become distinguished pioneers in their field. Although there are countless individuals worthy of recognition, below are just a few who blazed high and far into history. Willa Brown Willa Brown was […]
Cargo carriers connect the world every single day, transporting everything from the food on your dinner table and books you read to electronics and life-saving medicines. Ahead of Super Bowl LIV, the NFL needed to transport a precious piece of cargo, the iconic Vince Lombardi Trophy, from New York to Miami. The most efficient way […]
Pack your sunscreen—the Bahamas is open for business! Today, U.S. State Department Assistant Secretary for Economic and Business Affairs Manisha Singh joined Bahamian Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar in Nassau, The Bahamas, to sign the first bilateral air transport agreement between the two countries. The Agreement will increase accessibility for U.S. airlines and […]