With more and more travelers entitled to lounge access, many of them are getting less and less of it.
Alaska is adding its tenth destination city from Seattle's new second commercial airport.
The grounding of the 737 MAX used on Norwegian's Ireland-based flights to North America has resulted in a shutdown of those routes.
No more exotics will be traveling as service animals, but restrictions will be a lot looser than airlines had asked.
Five more airlines are in the fold, including Canada's fast-growing Swoop.
U.S. regulators have moved the revised joint venture of KLM, Air France, Delta and Virgin Atlantic up to the taxi line.
Freebird is a kind of insurance against flight cancellation or long delays; it offers free rebooking when it happens, not matter which airline.
Air France will be phasing out its A380s, along with its A318s and A319s. The smaller planes will be replaced with new A220s.
Skipping airplane mode isn't going to bring down an airplane, but it can seriously push your phone bill sky-high
American, the world's largest airline by most measures since its 2013 merger with US Air, has slipped behind United and Delta.
Southwest is leaving Newark Liberty to consolidate its New York presence at LaGuardia
A man with 21 million miles of flights, and no interest in keeping his feet on the ground.
An airline tries an innovative answer for people who'd rather snooze through their onboard cuisine.
As Egypt works to rebuild its tourism numbers, it's re-opening two pyramids long off-limits to visitors.
Munich's airport operator is taking on critical roles in new facilities for New York's two main international airports.