People who miss flying are rushing to buy tickets for flights that land in the same place they depart from.
Silicon Valley stars Reid Hoffman and Mark Pincus explain what makes their blank-check company different.
Sarah Firshein tries to resolve how a nonstop with seat selection became a packed “split flight,” with concerns over proper cleaning and an arrival two hours later than expected.
A committee’s Democrats say two fatal crashes were a “horrific culmination” of engineering flaws, mismanagement and oversight lapses.
Neither house sitters nor jetting off for the weekend are possibilities for most dog owners who want to travel right now. So these furry friends are increasingly curled up in the back (or front) seat, enjoying the ride.
The company said it was stepping up inspections, citing new manufacturing problems. Federal regulators are also looking into production flaws.
The decision to allow all flights to and from the United Arab Emirates to cross Saudi airspace came after the first direct flight between Israel and the U.A.E. as relations warm between the two countries.
Two commercial pilots approaching the city’s main airport reported a man out for a high-altitude spin. The F.B.I. is looking into it.
The flight carried the hope of closer ties between Israel and the Arab world, and a diplomatic delegation that included President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
A child was waiting to be flown to Anchorage, but the pilot of a LifeMed Alaska flight could not see the runway at the airport in Igiugig, Alaska, officials said.
American Airlines said it would furlough 19,000 workers if lawmakers do not extend aid to the industry, which has been hammered by the pandemic.
Poison has been a preferred tool of the Russian security service for more than a century, and critics of the Kremlin say it remains in the arsenal today.
As passengers cautiously return to air travel, there are a few issues worth considering — from middle-seat policies to questions about virus transmission on airlines.
The Transportation Security Administration found three times more guns per million passengers this July than last, the agency said.
Delta’s foray into oil refining illustrates some of the reasons the business was in trouble even before the pandemic.
The plane had been returning from Dubai when it skidded off a rain-soaked airport runway in the state of Kerala in southern India. Images from Indian media showed the fuselage had split.
Those trays that macarons come in? Plaxall makes them. But since the pandemic, it has pivoted to medical face shields. It’s not the first time the family business has done its patriotic duty.
Airlines are fine-tuning their cleaning procedures — where they clean, how frequently and with which tools. This is what the new processes look like.
Gary Knopp, a Republican member of the State House of Representatives, was among those killed. He was piloting one of the planes.
A bittersweet family tradition has become an exercise in risk assessment, logistics and trying to understand ever-changing rules.
Those on board and a person who was in a house were injured, an official said. There was no immediate word on fatalities.
A survey shows that the partisan divide on the coronavirus goes beyond masks. It extends to dining out, getting on a plane and resuming other activities.
Staving off a lawsuit, the Environmental Protection Agency has proposed new regulations to hold airlines to the carbon dioxide emissions standards they created.
Whether your flight will be jammed with passengers, or have enough empty seats to soothe virus-fearing travelers, really depends on the airline.
Congress is about to start negotiating in earnest over another round of stimulus, and a frenzy of lobbying is already underway.
Most tourist beds are empty in Spain’s Canary Islands. Bookings are down in Italy despite government incentives. And ferries to the Greek islands are carrying less than half the load they once did.
Planes are wiped in under 10 minutes. Many custodians have to bring their own supplies. Yet as the U.S. reopens, companies are boasting of high safety standards to lure customers.
The disruption of travel during the coronavirus pandemic hastened the company’s plans to pull the iconic aircraft from commercial service.
Airlines have canceled orders for hundreds of the troubled jet because of its safety problems and the pandemic, but others are still eager to buy them.
Until companies are sure they can protect workers’ health, one analyst said, “they won’t want to take the responsibility and risk of sending them back on the road.”
Niel Golightly stepped down after an employee complained about an article he wrote in 1987 that said women should not serve in combat. He said he regretted writing it.
Airlines vowed to bring social distancing to the air. In practice, some are and some aren’t.
Before the pandemic, airlines worried about not being able to replace retiring baby boomers. Eager recruits expect to bear the brunt of layoffs.
The plane has been grounded since March 2019 after two deadly crashes, but could fly again by the end of the year. Answers to questions about the process.
Boeing has completed a series of test flights, but a return to the skies will depend on more safety milestones.
The European aircraft giant said it didn’t expect air travel to return to pre-virus levels till perhaps 2025.
The flights, which could begin as soon as Monday, are a major step in getting the plane flying again.
International travel, a big profit generator for airlines, has been slow to recover and will probably take a big blow from the loss of trans-Atlantic traffic.
Young and patriotic, overseas students often defend their nation against its critics. But when many tried to return home during the pandemic, they became targets themselves.
Brandon Straka was removed from a flight from La Guardia Airport to Dallas-Fort Worth Airport after he told an airline employee that he didn’t like wearing a mask.
A program of investment and loans, intended to preserve jobs during a severe downturn, will support Air France, Airbus and smaller companies.
Masks, health checks, even worse food. Long distance travel may never be the same.
Companies are promoting new rules to reassure Americans that flying is safe. But when it comes to enforcement, they are not following through.
Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S.
The decision comes after Chinese regulators effectively prevented American airlines from resuming service to their country at a moment of rising tension.
Above all, it’s trust. Countries are rebuilding relationships under enormous economic pressure, while keeping a wary eye on a virus that’s not going away soon.
They’re requiring masks, taking temperatures and speeding check-ins. But as one travel expert put it, “So much is uncertain right now.”
Airplane travel is inching back, but staying safe remains a concern. Here’s how to think about approaching a trip.
Airlines are burning $10 billion a month to fly empty. This can’t go on forever.
The company, founded by Richard Branson, aims to show it can send small satellites to orbit from virtually anywhere.