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  1. Here’s What La Guardia Looks Like During a Pandemic Thanksgiving Interactive, November 25

    La Guardia typically handles 360,000 passengers on Thanksgiving week. This year that figure is expected to be under 90,000.

  2. Is It Safe to Fly During the Pandemic? Answers From the Experts Travel, November 25

    Studies suggest that flying is a relatively lower-risk activity, and millions are traveling by plane over the holidays. But the picture is not complete. Here’s what the science says about mitigating exposure.

  3. Boeing’s 737 Max Is a Saga of Capitalism Gone Awry Op Ed, November 24

    A corporate culture that privileged profits over safety had terrible consequences.

  4. Appeal in Lockerbie Bombing Reaches Scotland’s Highest Court Foreign, November 24

    The family of Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am jetliner that killed 270 people, is seeking to clear his name, although he died in 2012.

  5. Qatar Charges Airport Police After Female Passengers Are Strip-Searched Foreign, November 24

    Officials also said they had identified the mother of a baby abandoned at the airport, and that they were seeking to extradite her and charge her with attempted murder.

  6. How One Airline’s Pandemic Hurt Becomes Everyone’s Pain Sunday Business, November 21

    Virgin Atlantic doesn’t act alone to fly passengers. It relies on a constellation of companies employing people around the globe — all of whom are touched by the disappearance of travelers.

  7. C.D.C. Pleads With Americans to Stay Home on Thanksgiving Science, November 19

    Even as the White House downplays the coronavirus threat, health officials warned against traditional gatherings with those from outside the immediate household.

  8. Air Travel Was Gaining Momentum. Now What? Business, November 19

    U.S. airlines expect Thanksgiving to be their busiest period since the pandemic began. But with new virus fears, a return to normal is nowhere in sight.

  9. Cómo trabajar a distancia… desde el extranjero en Español, November 16

    Mi pareja y yo sentimos que podíamos viajar sin peligro. Así que empacamos botellas grandes de desinfectante, verificamos dos veces la conexión de internet y nos fuimos.

  10. Not Traveling for the Holidays? ReLAX With an Airport-Related Game At Home, November 14

    Airport codes will finish the Thanksgiving-themed phrases, and the boarding passes reveal a secret image and holiday message.

  11. While the Pandemic Wrecked Some Businesses, Others Did Fine. Even Great. Business, November 9

    Third-quarter financial results suggest that strong companies have gotten stronger and that some others are in dire straits.

  12. Glimmers of Hope for a Winter With Tropical Travel Foreign, October 30

    Canada’s public health experts are researching approaches to testing and quarantine that could make travel abroad more feasible.

  13. ‘Goodfellas,’ the Sequel? 4 Arrested in $6 Million Heist at J.F.K. Airport Metro, October 30

    The men used fake paperwork to steal more than 4,000 Prada, Gucci and Chanel items from a cargo area at the airport, prosecutors say.

  14. United will try testing passengers on New York-to-London flights. Business, October 29

    In a monthlong trial it hopes will build confidence in flying, the airline will offer rapid tests at Newark airport and only let those with negative results board.

  15. We All Live in Don DeLillo's World. He's Confused by It Too. Interactive, October 12

    “Trying to understand can be somewhat self-enlightening, maybe in a self-deceptive way, but that’s helpful.”

  16. How the Coronavirus Has Changed Air Travel: A Visual Diary of a Flight Interactive, July 9

    In late June, a photographer flew from Seattle to Boston. This is a step-by-step visual account of the flight.