Airbus has three concepts for hydrogen-burning planes, while a smaller company has put a fuel-cell-powered plane into flight testing.
American's early start on pilot training indicates the airline believes recertification of the grounded 737 Max is near.
United and Lufthansa are starting to offer rapid Covid tests in hopes of opening more routes to renewed travel.
Qantas and Singapore are poised to join the ranks of airlines catering to those who need to be on the road, even if it leads nowhere.
Anxious to get their travel industries booming again, Italy and Hawaii are finding new ways to work with Covid-19 testing.
Air Canada's offering an all-you-can-fly program, but sales end soon, and you have to want to fly at a time when most don't
A House of Representatives report finds a lot wrong with Boeing's rush to production and the FAA's rush to approval.
With Britain's final withdrawal from the EU looming on January 1st, Britain is limiting duty-free while Ireland expands it.
With constantly changing quarantine rules and travel restrictions, Europe's airlines feel whip-sawed, and they want it ended.
A radical new aircraft design gets a first flight test at model size.
With test flights completed, the U.S., EU and several other countries are reviewing data; new approvals could come in the next couple of months.
With United and others on a path to slow restoration of their routes, JetBlue is making an audacious grab with over 24 new routes.
The inflight Wi-Fi cashes out part of its business to concentrate on business aviation.
Four hundred volunteers put the new airport's systems to the test; more tests will follow before October 31 opening.
New technology has a machine, instead of an agent, determine whether you are a good match for your ID photo.