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Airlines Are Weighing Passengers
By Supriya Singh and Kate Duffy / Bloomberg
This Dutch Airport Wants to Ban Private Jets
By Sarah Jacob, Olivia Rudgard and April Roach / Bloomberg
What to Do When Your Travel Plans Go South
By Armani Syed
Singapore’s Changi Is Crowned ‘World’s Best Airport’ Again
By Alex Millson / Bloomberg
What We Know About the ‘Unidentified Objects’ Shot Down Over the U.S. and Canada
White House Spokesperson John Kirby suggested the three additional unidentified objects shot down over the last week were likely benign commercial devices.
By Solcyre Burga
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Two Startups Want to Fix a Broken U.S. Airline System
As commercial airlines abandon small cities, two start-ups are stepping in to help fix an increasingly messy air travel system in the U.S.
By Alana Semuels
February 1, 2023
The History of the Boeing 747 in Photos
The Boeing 747, known as the "Queen of the Skies," revolutionized air travel since its first flight in 1969. It's now mostly a cargo plane, and the last 747 just rolled off Boeing's production lines.
By Nik Popli and Photo editing by Sangsuk Sylvia Kang
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Berlin Airport Cancels All Flights on Wednesday Amid Strike
The union dispute means that 300 takeoffs and landings won’t be possible, affecting about 35,000 passengers, according to a statement by the BER airport operator.
By William Wilkes / Bloomberg
January 25, 2023
Flights Resume After FAA Grounded All Planes: Latest Updates
All flights across the U.S. were grounded causing chaos, due to a Federal Aviation Administration system failure on Wednesday morning.
By Armani Syed
January 11, 2023
How to Prepare for the Holiday Travel Chaos
Americans are ready to re-embrace holiday travel. Here's how to save money and make the experience less stressful.
By Martha C. White
November 17, 2022
Is It a Good Idea to Check a Bag?
The recent uptick in air travel and flight delays have travelers questioning if it’s a good idea to check a bag
By Anisha Kohli
July 29, 2022
Some Travelers Are Getting Paid Thousands to Give Up Their Plane Seats
No traveler wants to be bumped from a flight—but what if you were offered $1,500? What about $10,000? For some, the decision is a no-brainer. Eight travelers onboard an overbooked Delta flight from Grand Rapids,...
By Nik Popli
July 18, 2022
Two of Europe’s Biggest Airlines Announce New Cancellations
Deutsche Lufthansa said it will cancel 770 flights in the coming week.
By Tara Patel and William Wilkes / Bloomberg
July 8, 2022
Air Travel Is Chaos Right Now. What to Know Before You Fly
What to know before you head to the airport
By Martha C. White
June 30, 2022
Why So Many Flights Were Canceled or Delayed This Weekend
Thousands of travelers were stranded in airports over the weekend as thunderstorms in Florida curtailed operations and technology issues left one of the largest airlines scrambling to recover during the spring break travel rush. More...
By Nik Popli
April 5, 2022
China Eastern Crash: Plane Dived at Nearly the Speed of Sound
Impact at that speed may complicate investigations since it may destroy evidence and damage even the plane’s most resilient data recorders
By Alan Levin and Mary Schlangenstein/Bloomberg
March 23, 2022
Why the China Eastern Crash Is Such a Shock to the Country
It’s still far too early to know for certain what caused China Eastern Flight 5735 to crash into hillside in southwestern China’s Guangxi province on Monday, but videos emerging on social media of a huge...
By Charlie Campbell
March 21, 2022
Frontier to Buy Discounter Spirit Airlines for $2.9 Billion
Ultra-low-cost carriers, with an unrelenting focus on fares and expenses, stand to grow quickly as travel normalizes.
By Anthony Palazzo / Bloomberg
February 7, 2022
Buttigieg Asks AT&T, Verizon to Delay 5G
Without action, airlines could be forced into “widespread and unacceptable disruption,” Buttigieg said in a letter Friday
By Todd Shields and Alan Levin / Bloomberg
January 1, 2022
U.S. Could Require Vaccination for Air Travel: Fauci
“When you make vaccination a requirement, that’s another incentive to get more people vaccinated,” Fauci said.
By Kasia Klimasinska/Bloomberg
December 27, 2021
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