The 737 MAX returned to service four months ago, and predictions that passengers, and airlines, would avoid it have turned out not to be true.
Despite huge drops in airline passenger revenue this past year, two new airlines are optimistic there's a niche for them.
IATA, with backing from many airlines, appears ready to put its travel pass up on the app stores.
American Airlines celebrates its loyalty program with a giveaway
With passenger levels, at least in the leisure sector, returning to near-normal, it seems likely that ticket prices will start to rise, too.
Delta is ready to start selling middle seats again, but it's also extending its vouchers for canceled trips to the end of next year.
Things are looking up for Boeing with the 737 Max back in the air, and new orders coming in from loyal customers.
Americans seem ready to take to the skies, possibly too soon, and the effect is showing in airline schedules and long phone wait times.
JetBlue has been assigned slots at London Heathrow, but hasn't said yet if it will use them, although that has always appeared to be their goal.
Major industry associations say the U.S. is moving too slowly in evaluating pandemic-era restrictions.
Australia is taking first steps toward resuming international travel by removing restrictions on travel to New Zealand.
Looking for post-pandemic revival of travel, Aer Lingus is planning flights from Manchester to the Caribbean, as well as to U.S. destinations
As A380s by the dozens head into retirement, one last plane flies off to join Emirates as Airbus shuts down the production line.
Gumbo says it's time for the governments and the industries to get together and get the job done. We all need clarity!
The man behind Norwegian Air's rapid rise and eventual collapse is ready to try again with a new airline, Norse Atlantic.