In a move that's been sped-up by the pandemic, Alaska Airlines will join OneWorld later this year rather than waiting for the middle of 2021.
The long-delayed requirement for federally-approved identification is delayed again.
WiFi on regional jets is getting a boost from a change in its air-to-ground technology.
Hi-Fly is using its A380 to haul cargo because air cargo capacity is still in short supply, but the experience again reveals why there's no A380 freighter.
Two airlines hard-hit by pandemic shutdowns have new plans for survival.
Flight tests are done, but questions remain about training and whether regulators in Europe will accept FAA's final rulings.
Designed by Norman Foster, a Saudi resort is getting an airport designed to blend into the desert.
Struggling discount airline cancels a major Boeing order and sues for compensation.
European regulators have imposed a 6-month ban on Pakistan International Airlines after many pilots were found to have invalid licenses.
To ease traveler worries, Lufthansa's new guarantee promises customers a flight home, even if it's an air evacuation.
Yet another wrinkle in British vacation planning, as Florida holidays are canceled through November.
After more than a year of testing and modification, the Boeing 737 Max has begun the first flights that could lead to its re-certification.
With few flights and thousands of cancellations, airline passengers are filing complaints over refund issues.
Qantas calls early retirement on its 747s and parks its A380s, maybe permanently.
Qatar Airways moves to replace its 777s with the larger and more economical 777x over two years.