Delta will now automatically block the seat next to you, and give you longer to rebook canceled flights—but it's cutting itself a bit of slack on delays.
In one of those you-can't-make-it-up stories, a naked sunbather rescues his laptop from a larcenous animal invader
Trained dogs are said to have a 92% accuracy in sniffing Covid-19 in samples of body odor.
Southwest says it needs to turn planes faster, will save full cleaning for end of day.
The U.S. State Department has dropped its general 'Don't go anywhere' advice, but it won't make much difference.
For those who love the sea and have plenty of cash, a seagoing condo on a 290-foot mega-yacht.
Italy warns Ryanair over pandemic safety rules it says are being violated; the airline denies it all.
An Alaska sea otter hitches a ride on a water taxi to escape the jaws of a hungry killer whale.
Sin City is now trying to drum up some office trade, now that its planned return to 'normal' has been slowed.
Stuck with tons of nuts that were meant to fly, a Texas vendor turns to the internet to sell nuts originally packed for American Airlines.
The FAA has published its rule-making proposal for the 737 Max's return to service; it could take effect in 45 days.
Skyscanner's flight search system is now paired with live information from AirlineRatings
In a number of countries, resistance to pandemic rules is creating new worries.
This one's for fun, with a video of a firefighting drill that fills an SFO hangar with flame suppression foam.
Shifting rules and shifting outbreaks are churning the British vacation scene for this summer.