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  1. Tolls From New Jersey Into New York May Increase (Again) New York, Yesterday

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey wants to raise tolls on bridges and tunnels and add a $4 fee to airport carfares.

  2. Saudi Airport Struck by Deadly Attack World, June 23

    A strike by Houthi rebels killed a Syrian living in Saudi Arabia and wounded others on Sunday.

  3. Hawaii Plane Crash Kills 11 People, Officials Say U.S., June 22

    The plane was carrying passengers on a skydiving trip when it crashed around 6:30 p.m. on Friday while taking off, the authorities said.

  4. Iran Live Updates: Trump Says Military Was ‘Cocked and Loaded’ to Strike World, June 21

    After the downing of an American drone, leaders around the globe ask the United States and Iran to step back from the brink.

  5. U.S.-Iran Crisis Updates: Trump Says Military Was Ready to Strike World, June 21

    After the downing of an American drone, leaders around the globe asked the United States and Iran to step back from the brink.

  6. Airplane Noise and Real Estate Real Estate, June 20

    A new study finds the neighborhoods with the largest share of home listings likely to be plagued by excessive airplane noise.

  7. Was the Downing of Flight MH17 State-Sponsored Murder? Opinion, June 19

    International investigators tied three Russians and a pro-Russian Ukrainian to the crime. They — and their sponsor — must be called to account.

  8. Boeing Criticized for 737 Max Crisis at House Hearing Business, June 19

    Frustrations were expressed in Washington, a day after Boeing secured a major show of confidence when the parent company of British Airways ordered 200 Max jets.

  9. Boeing Criticized for 737 Max Crisis at House Hearing Business, June 19

    Frustrations were expressed in Washington, a day after Boeing secured a major show of confidence when the parent company of British Airways ordered 200 Max jets.

  10. Boarding Now: Parents of Children With Food Allergies Health, June 19

    Airlines must permit some parents — or passengers with food allergies themselves — to preboard in order to wipe down seats, federal regulators said.

  11. The MH17 Charges, Explained World, June 19

    Four men were charged with murder for an attack on a plane in 2014. What happened then, who are the defendants and what does it have to do with Russia?

  12. How to Survive Pride in New York Travel, June 18

    Four million people are expected in the city around WorldPride. If you’re one of them, here’s what you need to know.

  13. Handling of 737 Max Warning Light Was a ‘Mistake,’ Boeing C.E.O. Says Business, June 16

    The executive, Dennis Muilenburg, made the statement on the eve of the Paris Air Show, one of the industry’s most important sales events.

  14. Flying With Children? We Have the Gear You Need Travel, June 15

    This is the gear that the parents at Wirecutter rely on when traveling with their children.

  15. Houthis Strike Saudi Airport, Escalating Yemen Conflict World, June 12

    The Houthi missile wounded 26 people. Fighting between the Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led coalition has escalated in recent weeks.

  16. What Biden’s Climate Plan Shows About the Democratic Field Climate, June 5

    Also this week, leisure travel on a warming planet.

  17. Better Days for Airline Passengers Opinion, June 4

    A reader traces the unpleasantness of travel today to deregulation.

  18. 11,000 People Who Prepare Your Airline Food Are Considering a Strike Business, June 4

    A shortage of controllers hastened the end of the government shutdown this year. Now catering employees hope a similar dynamic will help them win better pay.

  19. ‘The Largest Start-Up Ecosystem of the New Berlin’ Business, June 4

    Tegel Airport, beloved for its efficient design and once used as part of the Berlin Airlift, will soon get a new life as a research campus.

  20. F.A.A. Says Some Boeing 737 Max Planes May Have Faulty Part Business, June 2

    The agency said the part, which was manufactured by a Boeing supplier, was improperly manufactured. The problem was the latest to hit the plane.

  21. Airlines’ Gift to New Parents: Loyalty Status Travel, May 30

    Delta Air Lines has now made reinstating status an official option for loyalty-program members who have major life events.

  22. Rise in Unruly Behavior on Planes Is Tied to Stress of Flying Business, May 27

    One of the stresses of flying, researchers have found, is inequality. Planes, one expert said, “are a social ladder made of aluminum and upholstery.”