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Moving closer to reality: Slovakia's Transport Authority gives an airworthiness certificate to the AirCar
A stunning ad and its sequel seem even more spectacular after seeing what went into its making.
Even at lower-than-usual travel rates, having a 777 to oneself was an unusual experience
The FAA reports air-rage incidents have dropped from last year's peak, and thinks that its zero-tolerance policy has helped that happen.
Delta cuts another year of slack for customers holding flight credits, but no indication of whether its competitors will follow.
The editors at Frommers take a deep dive into what makes an airport unpleasant for passengers
Norse Atlantic gets DOT permission to start flying next summer, and signs on with the flight attendants' union.
With no more government support allowed, Portugal's leading parties are looking to sell, but disagree over whether the state should keep 50%
Airlines are taking measures while facing a short-term and a long-term pilot shortage
Changing market conditions and a looming veto by EU competition authorities have torpedoed the deal, at least for now.
Out of bankruptcy, trimmed to a regional carrier and with new investments, the once-highflying airline is having a good year
One of America's start-up airlines is adding planes and routes, as well as raising more capital.
Belgium starts a serious crackdown on travelers who submit false PCR test results, with jail sentences and fines
Airlines are asking the EU to let it cancel empty or near-empty flights that are flown only to keep their airport slots