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The 8 US airlines people like and hate the most

Southwest Airlines and JetBlue are tied with the highest score on JD Power's 2019 North America Airline Satisfaction Study.
The cause of the passenger's death has not been disclosed.

The world’s longest flight is moving one step closer to reality as Qantas plans to test 19-hour routes

Qantas can't fly the ultra-long haul routes with the planes available today, but it can run the test flights by only carrying 40 passengers on board.
Commercial pilots are trained to fly in many different weather conditions.

How airlines and pilots prepare to fly in extreme weather

From snowstorms to hurricanes, here's how airlines prepare to take off in certain weather conditions. Plus, how they decide to cancel flights.

Video shows the incredible emergency landing a Russian plane made after it hit a flock of birds

The Ural Airlines flight from Moscow lost power to both engines and was forced to land in a nearby cornfield. No one was killed.

A German tourism group expects the Boeing 737 Max’s grounding to cost it over $300 million this year

Tui's pre-tax profits more than halved in the third quarter due to the model's grounding, as well as delayed bookings and Brexit uncertainty.

Cathay Pacific plunges to decade lows after China retaliates against its protesting employees

Chinese authorities demanded Cathay bar protesting employees from flying to the mainland, and that the airline share crew member information.

The 14 most underrated airlines in the world that are way better than they get credit for

Whether you're looking to fly within the US, around Europe, or throughout Asia on a big vacation, make sure not to overlook these underrated airlines.
A Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A350 airplane approaches to land at Changi International Airport in Singapore

One of the world’s top-ranked airlines just confirmed it’s tracking you from airport to plane

The Hong Kong-based airline, ranked one of the best in the world, told Business Insider it uses CCTV cameras in airport lounges and planes.
Passengers queue up for check-in during a strike supporting the anti-extradition bill protest at Hong Kong international airport in Hong Kong, China August 5, 2019.

Ongoing protests in Hong Kong and a general aviation strike are escalating travel nightmares as hundreds of flights are cancelled

Public transportation and roads have also been blocked amid a general strike. For nine weeks, protestors have decried a proposed extradition law.