Boeing's latest Business Jet offering is a long-distance champ—but at a big price!
Google reports that British air travel this year was heavily affected by soccer.
With cash short and fleet shrinking, WOW's future looks bleak at best unless new investors can save it.
Delta is next on the endless list of new boarding schemes, designed both to fill the plane fast and to keep the elites happy. Will this one be the charm?
European consumer groups are joining to fight a 'no-show' rule that can cancel the rest of an itinerary if any part is missed.
Amazon's high-tech no cashier concept may be ready for the big time, starting at an airport near you.
In another try at environmental revenue and pushing people to use 'greener' transport, the Netherlands will impose a €7 ticket tax on flights.
The Civil Aviation Administration comes down on the consumer side in a continuing dispute in UK and on the Continent.
Oneworld gets its first based-in-Africa member, and its first new member since 2012. Air Fiji will become an affiliate member.
Air France is letting go half its A380 fleet, lessors are having a hard time placing them, and only Emirates is (maybe) bullish on their future.
TAP adds Washington and Chicago on its way to a bigger footprint both in North America and in Europe.
New York's Laguardia Airport opens the first fruits of its massive reconstruction with the first part of new Terminal B, an 11-gate concourse.
Iceland's upstart discounter flies into financial troubles and an aborted merger with Icelandair, but new financing appears in the works.
An expanded codeshare arrangement gives both airlines access to new cities and to each other's loyalty programs.
Turning its attention from an unsuccessful route to Singapore, Norwegian adds routes from London to Argentina and Brazil.