One short relocation flight for a young kangaroo, one fun video for us all.
In the wake of recent incidents, the Federal Aviation Administration is waving a bigger stick to enforce good behavior in flight.
A low-cost pioneer is forced to leave the trans-Atlantic routes it pioneered, and return to its roots as a Scandinavian regional carrier.
An unusual week for avgeeks: the end of the line for 747 production, and a classic propeller-driven plane returnss to public view.
The two airlines will be partners in the northeast, but are required to compete with each other elsewhere.
The U.S., and numbers of other countries, are now requiring proof of a negative Covid test before boarding flights.
Two Oneworld carriers are seeking permission to get even closer, with joint scheduling and more.
Airlines are using extra stops to keep aircrews from having to overnight in Covid hot spots.
Delta is changing Wi-Fi vendors to get faster, cheaper service—and may be ready to drop fees to use it.
Travelers appear to be willing to give the revised 737 Max a chance; airlines that have put it back in service are not getting pushback.
IATA has worked out a framework for a universal travel pass that would match personal data on vaccine and testing with current rules.
Qantas tops the air safety rankings again in a year in which raters took a look at how carefully airlines are retraining pilots and checking their planes.
Saudi Arabia and Qatar have ended a diplomatic dispute that has forced Qatar Airways to fly complicated routes since 2017.
Aer Lingus gets a new UK base, and Manchester gets new low-cost routes to replace those lost when Thomas Cook folded
Emirates refreshes the interiors as it takes delivery of the first of its last batch of A380s...but in this economy, will it fly?