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  1. How Guilty Should You Feel About Flying? Interactive, Today

    Frequent fliers are responsible for two-thirds of all air travel, and therefore aviation emissions, in the United States, according to a new analysis.

  2. Wheels Up on More Flights to the African Continent Travel, Today

    New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.

  3. The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep Science, October 14

    Robert Ballard’s expedition to a remote island in the South Pacific found no evidence of the vanished aviator’s plane. But the explorer and his crew haven’t given up.

  4. Boeing’s Board Acted After Months of Mounting Pressure Business, October 13

    The decision to strip Dennis Muilenburg of his chairman title culminated months of internal debate over whether to hold top executives accountable after the 737 Max crashes.

  5. Typhoon Hagibis Could Match Fury of 1958 Storm That Killed 1,200 in Japan World, October 11

    Forecasters say Chiba Prefecture, which was battered by a typhoon last month and is still recovering, is in the direct path of the powerful storm.

  6. Japan Braces for Typhoon, Canceling Rugby World Cup Games and Flights World, October 10

    The cancellations were announced as cities, railways and airlines scrambled to prepare for the incoming storm, which is expected to make landfall over the weekend.

  7. Japan Braces for Typhoon, Canceling Rugby World Cup Games and Flights World, October 10

    The cancellations were announced as cities, railways and airlines scrambled to prepare for the incoming storm, which is expected to make landfall over the weekend.

  8. Japan Braces for Typhoon Hagibis, With Millions in Its Path World, October 10

    Cancellations were announced as cities, railways and airlines scrambled to prepare for the incoming storm, which is expected to make landfall over the weekend.

  9. At the New Orleans Airport, a Taste of Leah Chase’s Food and Art Food, October 9

    The family of the famed Creole chef is collaborating on a restaurant in her memory, to open soon in the new terminal.

  10. A Journalist Says He Was Hounded by a U.S. Customs Agent Business, October 8

    According to the journalist’s account, an official at Dulles International Airport repeatedly asked: “You write propaganda, right?”

  11. Help! I’m Stuck on a Train and My Plane Is Leaving Without Me Travel, October 5

    In a new Travel column, Sarah Firshein aims to help travelers resolve their thorniest travel disasters. This week, she investigates a flight that got away.

  12. What We Know About the Victims of the B-17 Bomber Crash New York, October 3

    A portrait of the passengers aboard the doomed World War II-era airplane began to emerge a day after the plane crashed at a Connecticut airport, killing seven.

  13. Why Lifesaving Drugs May Be Missing on Your Next Flight Health, October 3

    Citing chronic shortages, airlines have received exemptions from regulations requiring that flights carry five drugs on board.

  14. Why Trump Just Made Your Dinner More Expensive Business, October 3

    A 15-year fight over airplane subsidies is going to raise the cost of Parmesan cheese, French wine and Scotch whisky.

  15. Don’t Have a Real ID? You’re Not the Only One Travel, October 2

    Travelers will need Real ID-compliant identification cards to board domestic flights starting Oct. 1, 2020. A new survey shows that the majority of Americans have IDs that won’t work.

  16. Don’t Have a Real ID? You’re Not the Only One Travel, October 2

    Travelers will need Real ID-compliant identification cards to board domestic flights starting Oct. 1, 2020. A new survey shows that the majority of Americans have IDs that won’t work.

  17. Witness Describes B-17 Crash Near Hartford Video, October 2

    An antique military plane carrying 13 people crashed while trying to land at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut.

  18. Plane Crashes at Bradley International Airport Outside Hartford New York, October 2

    The crash at the airport in Connecticut involved an antique military aircraft. There were no immediate reports of casualties.

  19. B-17 Plane From World War II Crashes at Bradley Airport, Killing at Least 7 New York, October 2

    The crash at the airport in Connecticut, outside Hartford, involved an antique military aircraft. The plane carried 13 people.

  20. U.S. to Tax European Aircraft, Agriculture and Other Goods U.S., October 2

    The United States said it would impose tariffs after the World Trade Organization gave it permission to tax as much as $7.5 billion of European exports.

  21. Boeing 737 Max Safety System Was Vetoed, Engineer Says Business, October 2

    The company passed on the concerns to the Department of Justice as part of a criminal investigation into the engineering of the plane after two fatal crashes.

  22. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics: What You Need to Know Travel, October 1

    Whether your flights are booked or you’re just now considering going, here are some insider hints and helpful advice to ensure a memorable time in Japan.

  23. Ira Lipman, Security Man Who Spoke Out for Air Safety, Dies at 78 Obituaries, September 27

    He founded one of the largest privately held security companies, was prescient about safeguarding airports and favored stripping most guards of guns.

  24. Want to Avoid Babies on Flights? Japan Airlines Offers a Seating Map Travel, September 27

    Smiling child icons on the airline’s website show ticket buyers where toddlers and babies will be sitting.

  25. There’s Other News. Here You Go. U.S., September 27

    The news from Washington has felt like an avalanche. Here’s what else happened this week.

  26. Man Fires Gun at Portland Airport During Struggle With the Police U.S., September 27

    The suspect was injured during the struggle and was taken to a hospital. An officer also sustained a minor injury.

  27. Boeing Underestimated Cockpit Chaos on 737 Max, N.T.S.B. Says Business, September 26

    The federal agency, after a monthslong review, said the company had failed to account for how a misfire of an automated system could lead to other problems for pilots.

  28. Laws Protected Thomas Cook Travelers. They Don’t for North Americans. Travel, September 25

    Consumer-friendly laws in Britain and the European Union protect passengers who purchase tour packages, in ways that many Americans and Canadians find unimaginable.

  29. As an Ohio City Struggles, Some See Salvation in a Prairie Business, September 24

    A plan to develop a parcel near Dayton International Airport is pitting conservationists against city leaders.

  30. ‘We’re Absolutely Gutted’: Travelers React to Collapse of Thomas Cook Video, September 23

    Thousands of Thomas Cook customers were left stranded or had their vacations canceled when the tourism company abruptly ceased operations.

  31. Tour Operator Thomas Cook Collapses, Stranding Hundreds of Thousands World, September 23

    The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history.

  32. Tour Operator Thomas Cook Collapses World, September 23

    The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history.

  33. Thomas Cook Travel Company Collapses, Stranding Thousands World, September 23

    The collapse set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history and had tourism officials in top vacation spots biting their nails.

  34. 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads Arts, September 20

    What really brought down the Boeing 737 Max? IPhone 11 and 11 Pro review. Pam Grier on longevity in showbiz. Block parties in pictures. And more.

  35. Train vs. Plane: And the Winner Is ... Well, It Depends Travel, September 20

    An analysis of six trips in North America evaluates which method is quicker, cheaper and easier.

  36. China Detains FedEx Pilot Amid Rising U.S.-China Tensions Business, September 20

    The seizure of the pilot, allegedly because air-gun pellets were found in his luggage, marks the latest difficulty for foreign travelers and companies in China.

  37. Man Trained by Hezbollah Scouted Times Square as Target, Prosecutors Say New York, September 19

    He is accused of spending years gathering intelligence on sites in New York, including airports, tunnels and bridges.

  38. ‘Worse Than Anyone Expected’: Air Travel Emissions Vastly Outpace Predictions Climate, September 19

    The findings put pressure on airline regulators to take stronger action to fight climate change as they prepare for a summit next week.

  39. American Airlines Mechanic Accused of Plane Sabotage May Have Ties to Terrorists, U.S. Says U.S., September 18

    A judge denied bail to the employee, who the authorities said told federal agents he had tampered with the plane because he was upset about an impasse over a union contract.

  40. Eyes in the Sky Help Farmers on the Ground Business, September 18

    Aerial imaging companies using high-resolution cameras and artificial intelligence data analysis are giving the agricultural community a high-tech boost.

  41. What Really Brought Down the Boeing 737 Max? Magazine, September 18

    Malfunctions caused two deadly crashes. But an industry that puts unprepared pilots in the cockpit is just as guilty.