1. Singapore announces new restrictions after vaccinated airport workers become infected. Foreign, May 14

    The cluster of cases suggested the ability of a “very virulent” coronavirus variant to evade inoculations, officials said. But none of the infections are believed to have caused serious illness or death.

  2. The May 12 Israel Jerusalem Gaza live blog included one standalone post:
  3. Gasoline Buying Fever Rages as Pipeline Company Begins Restart Business, May 12

    While drivers scrambled for fuel, Colonial Pipeline said supplies would resume flowing from Texas to the East Coast in the coming days.

  4. Gas Pipeline Hack Leads to Panic Buying in the Southeast Business, May 11

    The national average for a gallon of regular gasoline rose 2 cents on Tuesday, and some airlines began to take small measures in response to the shutdown.

  5. Cases of Unruly Airline Passengers Are Soaring, and So Are Federal Fines Express, May 10

    Dozens of people face fines of up to $35,000 for assaulting and interfering with flight attendants under a zero-tolerance policy introduced by the F.A.A. this year.

  6. ‘It’s Not Quite Like Riding a Bike’: Pilots Get Ready to Fly Again Travel, May 7

    As airlines ramp up service, pilots who have been furloughed or laid off need to be retrained in everything from dealing with the control tower to “volcanic ash” scenarios.

  7. The April 30 Covid Vaccine Coronavirus Cases live blog included one standalone post:
  8. Airbus returns to profit but warns crisis is not over. Business, April 29

    The company delivered 125 commercial aircraft to airlines in the three-month period, up from 122 a year earlier.

  9. Boeing posts a $561 million loss, but sees ‘an inflection point’ for the industry. Business, April 28

    Boeing said it continued to expect the recovery to take years to unfold, with passenger traffic unlikely to return to 2019 levels until 2023 or 2024.

  10. Airline Bars Alaska State Senator Over Mask Policy Violation Express, April 26

    Alaska Airlines said it had suspended State Senator Lora Reinbold from flying because she refused to comply with its mask rules.

  11. Airlines could benefit when the E.U. eases restrictions on travel. Business, April 26

    The European Commission chief expects provisions opening the door for vaccinated Americans, and the industry sees opportunity.

  12. Consejos para viajar de manera segura durante la pandemia en Español, April 21

    Aunque las vacunas han logrado que viajar sea más seguro, planificar una travesía se ha convertido en un proceso complicado.

  13. Newer Planes Are Providing Airlines a Trove of Useful Data Special Sections, April 20

    During the pandemic, older aircraft have been retired, resulting in a fleet that can collect more information about emissions and safety.

  14. Aiming at variants, France will limit and quarantine travelers from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa. Foreign, April 18

    As of April 24, entry into the country will be restricted, and those who qualify will be subject to a 10-day quarantine.

  15. What It’s Like to Fly Now Interactive, April 14

    Here’s what a recent trip through Miami International Airport looked like for a New York Times reporter.