Two of America's newest airlines will go head-to-head for the first time.
After years of waiting for funding, the U.S. air traffic control system is ready for its upgrades to begin.
SpaceX scores its first airline customers for inflight WiFi provided by low-earth-orbit satellite arrays
In Germany, weekend holidays aren't made up on a weekday—but that might be about to change.
For fans of the world's favorite lunch meat, a Hawaiian festival returns.
With regional routes facing cancelation due to pilot shortages, the idea of the bus-to-the-plane is gaining popularity.
Center of the world's attention for a few tense weeks in 1979, Three Mile Island today is only a haunting memory... for those who remember.
Aruba is offering to pick up baggage fees for travelers to help them get in the mood...
Many air passengers are not happy with the suspension of mask requirements, and airlines appear to be willing to offer credits or refunds
At the next phase of France's anti-waste laws, paper receipts will largely become a thing of the past
Although the pandemic sharply limited airline operations at Seattle's second airport, Alaska Airlines says the trend is up again
With city leaders calling it a first step, the city is offering free fare to under-18s and over-65s
At least three groups, including Lufthansa's, are working on formal bids to take the state-owned airline private.
California's expressways are getting a new feature: a carefully-designed overpass to keep animals out of traffic and alive.
Breeze Airlines is using its new A220s to spread out to transcontinental flights from the East Coast