The safety of passengers and employees is the top priority of U.S. airlines. Since the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic, carriers have been working closely with Congress, the Administration and federal agencies including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Airlines are following – or exceeding – guidance from the CDC to help […]
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.
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 […]
Leaders from around the world gathered at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland this week to discuss key global issues including the economy, security and – of course — sustainability. Environmental concerns, including the importance of addressing climate change, are not new to WEF, and the public-private approach WEF champions for action […]
Airlines for America (A4A) is proud to join six leading stakeholders in the aviation and aerospace industry to release “Soaring Through the Glass Ceiling,” a comprehensive study about gender diversity and the role of women within the industry. The study, which is the first global survey of its kind, was spearheaded by Korn Ferry. From […]