American's retiring 767s are headed to Israel for conversion into freighters.
While S7 encourages stay-at-homes, another airline is offering risky flight insurance.
With many routes on hiatus and demand for seats low, airlines that planned to retire the jumbos soon have accelerated the process.
With most flights grounded, airports are closing runways to park all the planes.
Seven years after merger and after years of negotiations, American Airlines and its mechanic unions are working under a common contract.
As airlines see huge cash outflow, Canada allows vouchers for cancellations in place of refunds; others may follow
Cash-strapped carriers want to keep the cash they've been paid, and some are offering bonuses in return.
As part of the response to the coronavirus crisis, the Real ID requirement has been put off indefinitely.
Change fee policies are loosened all over the travel industry, but taking a refund if the flight is canceled by the airline may be a better choice.
The Italian government is moving to re-nationalize the airline after the current crisis put an end to previous plans for new ownership.
The near shutdown of major parts of the travel industry has left airlines and cruise lines scrambling for storage space.
With increasing restrictions and very low demand, airlines are parking planes, canceling flights, or even shutting down.
An Amazon technology that bypasses the cash register is about to get its first airport application.
With flying way down, airlines are grounding their oldest or least economical planes, some of which may never return to the air.
Amsterdam's alternate airport at Lelystad is ready for flights, but legal issues over what flights should use it are continuing.