As the post-pandemic world emerges, Europe's budget airlines appear ready to take on each other as well as the legacy carriers.
American's top-tier lounges are re-opening, and are also introducing $150 per person day passes.
The startup airline just added another 20 A220s to its existing order for 60.
The Department of Transportation is under renewed pressure to make sure families can sit together on planes without ringing up extra fees
Even as it goes out of business, Alitalia keeps on generating news
U.S. airlines are reporting dropping demand due to delta, after a hopeful spring and early summer.
A change of governors in New York opens the possibility of changing an airport train plan that goes east to go west
Service has finally resumed at Toronto's close-in airport, with Air Canada joining Porter Airlines in using the field.
New restrictions that vary from country to country and day to day are scrambling travelers' plans.
The A320 painted with images of the popular character will have its paint refreshed and will not be retired.
Ryanair is cutting even walk-up fares to the bone, with the usual expectation of making it up in fees, or of taking a loss to squeeze out competitors.
Gatwick's proposal to go ahead with a runway upgrade re-opens a long-time controversy over London airport expansion.
Alitalia's ending operations in October, leaving behind a ticket mess and the possibility that its replacement may fly under its name. Confused? Read on...
The discount carrier, based in the Irish Republic, is closing its last two bases in the north.
A company that's been renting airport nap spaces is now turning to a clientele who are too work-focused to relax in an airport