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Iconic planes are disappearing from the sky earlier than planned as coronavirus wreaks airline havoc not seen since 9/11
Demand for air travel is plummeting, and airlines are taking that as an opportunity to put its older planes out to pasture early.
I cleared customs in 20 minutes after traveling internationally for a month and a half, and it made me deeply worried about America’s ability to...
The lack of clear actions taken to educate travelers and prevent the spread of coronavirus in the US made me uneasy.
I paid $70 to access Qantas’ lavish lounge at Heathrow airport, and loved it so much that staff had to kick me out
Thanks to the stunning interiors and incredible food and drink, I'd move into the lounge if they'd let me.
A former WWE star says Qantas wouldn’t let her into a business class lounge because she was wearing leggings, sneakers, and a cropped sweater
Ex-WWE wrestler Natalie Marie Coyle said she was refused entry for going against the dress code, but her husband "was allowed in no problem."
An Australian woman says Qantas killed her dog by leaving it on the tarmac in 100 degree heat during a flight delay
Kay Newman started an online petition in honor of her dog Duke to pressure Qantas into reviewing its pet travel policies.
Although the past year has seen numerous high-profile aircraft crashes, air travel continues to be one of the safest modes of transportation.
SIA just lost another ‘world’s best airline’ title – this time to Air New Zealand, with its excellent passenger reviews
While SIA scored highly, the kiwi airline's excellent passenger feedback helped it claim the title of airline of the year.
Qantas said Will.i.am could face a lawsuit unless he retracts tweets identifying a flight attendant who he accused of racism
The rapper tweeted that he and his friends were singled out by the "#RacistFlightattendant" during a trip from Brisbane to Sydney.
Aviation blogger Sam Chui was among the 38 lucky passengers to fly on a special test flight from London to Sydney.
Elon Musk was in Germany this week, Uber found a new regulatory fight, and Boeing may be closer to flying its 737 max once again.