You’re either a recliner or you’re not. There appears to be no middle seat here.
The Trump administration announced it would increase tariffs on European aircraft in an effort to ramp up pressure in a long-running airplane subsidy dispute.
Airbus can’t easily capitalize on the grounding of archrival Boeing’s best-selling plane.
A federal watchdog says the agency allowed 150,000 flights on planes that had not been proved airworthy.
Should you wear a mask? Does airplane travel pose a greater risk? Do hand sanitizers work? Health professionals offer some tips.
The plane could be back in the air relatively soon, but the company, regulators and airlines must do several things first.
The flight, which took four hours and 56 minutes, reached a top speed of 825 miles per hour, according to flight-tracking data.
Dutch lawmakers are reviewing an investigation into a 2009 accident with striking parallels to the recent 737 Max crashes. U.S. safety officials also declined to participate.
A Pegasus Airlines passenger plane broke into three pieces, injuring dozens, and video broadcast by the Turkish news media showed people clambering out onto a wing.
People with travel plans to China and other Asian countries, are looking for answers about flight cancellations, refunds and, chiefly, safety.
Chris Voss details how empathy, bargaining and other tactics can be applied to landing travel perks, avoiding travel penalties and more.
Despite quarantine sites on military bases and local health departments monitoring recent arrivals from China, it remained unclear how many people would be caught up in the effort.
Air traffic tapes recorded an exchange between an Iranian controller and a stunned pilot who saw a nearby plane blown up in midair.
Top officials in Southeast Asia have played down the threat of the virus and shied away from travel bans. Some have even pushed supposed remedies not supported by science.
A male passenger wearing a gas mask was removed from an American Airlines flight on Thursday while traveling from Dallas to Houston.
In traffic-clogged cities around the world, the skies are abuzz with helicopters.
The airplane maker will pay penalties in France, Britain and the United States, removing a legal hurdle as it competes with its rival Boeing.