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Frank Manchel.

After an ‘Honor Flight’ to DC to visit the nation’s war memorials, a 95-year-old WWII veteran died on the plane home

Frank Manchel was returning home to San Diego, California, after an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, DC, honoring WWII veterans when he died.
The entrance to Calgary International Airport (YYC) is seen in this 2010 Calgary, Canada, spring morning landscape photo.

An amputee says he had to crawl across the floor after airport security confiscated the batteries he needed for his portable scooter

Stearn Hodge, a 68-year-old from Kelowna, British Columbia, is petitioning to have his case heard by the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

Airline Cathay Pacific says its staff has been stealing ‘hundreds of millions’ of dollars worth of mini ice cream pots, wet wipes, and com...

Company and cabin crew sources from the Hong Kong carrier told the South China Morning Post that stolen items have cost Cathay Pacific millions.
Grounded American Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 jets.

An American Airlines executive reveals why its exposure to the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max has been limited

American Airlines has pulled its fleet of 24 grounded Boeing 737 Max jetliners from its flight schedule until August 19.

13 teenagers were taken to a hospital after getting sick on an American Airlines flight to Boston

Boston emergency responders said they transported 13 patients from Boston Logan International Airport to Massachusetts General Hospital on Sunday.
A Jet Airways Airbus A330-200.

Jet Airways is on the brink of collapse. Here are 5 airlines that have gone bust since October.

Jet Airways reportedly owes more than $1 billion in debt, but the company is worth only $260 million.
A new chart from Kayak lets users see the median cost of airfare by month at a glance.

A new chart tells you the cheapest month to fly depending on your destination

Kayak has a new chart that shows the median airfare of specific travel routes over time.
Priority Pass lounges outside the US tend to have, in my experience, much more robust offerings.

I went to my first Priority Pass lounge in the US after visiting dozens abroad, and international ones are light-years better due to the food

I've been to dozens of Priority Pass lounges in Europe. The Priority Pass lounge I visited in the US pales in comparison to similar lounges abroad.
JetBlue and Azul founder David Neeleman.

JetBlue founder David Neeleman wants to transform air travel in the US

David Neeleman is the founder of JetBlue and Azul, a cofounder of Morris Air and WestJet, and the co-owner of TAP Air Portugal.

Ready for take off — Airline stocks are soaring as a Brexit-free summer may revive holiday bookings

Shares in easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways-owner IAG rose on the prospect of a surge in summer bookings following the Brexit extension.