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  1. El Al Airline Warns of Measles After Flight Attendant Falls Into Coma Travel, Yesterday

    The woman was hospitalized after contracting the disease, and passengers on a flight from J.F.K. to Tel Aviv are told to watch for symptoms.

  2. Flying While Trans Opinion, April 17

    The T.S.A. subjects transgender passengers like me to humiliating and dehumanizing treatment.

  3. A Crashing Small Plane Was Snagged by Power Lines, Stopping a Foot From Disaster New York, April 15

    The police arrived to find the aircraft hanging from the cables, and the pilot and two passengers sitting on a curb, mostly unharmed.

  4. Stratolaunch, World’s Largest Airplane by Wingspan, Takes Its First Flight Science, April 13

    The crew said it was a smooth maiden voyage for the Stratolaunch, which is designed to carry rockets to blast commercial satellites into space.

  5. Jet Airways, a Pioneer in India’s Skies, May Stop Flying Technology, April 12

    India’s second-largest airline is out of cash and operating just nine planes. The outlook for a rescue is grim.

  6. Costs for Boeing Start to Pile Up as 737 Max Remains Grounded Business, April 12

    As the situation drags on, the aerospace giant and the airlines that rely on its planes have been scrambling to adjust, and the costs are growing.

  7. Zone 1 or Group E? Making Sense of the New Boarding Rules Travel, April 12

    Airlines have been toying with boarding plans and line-jumping shortcuts since they began charging for checked bags 10 years ago. Here, the latest changes and how to make them work for you.

  8. At Singapore’s Changi Airport, a New Jewel Shines Travel, April 11

    The 10-story Jewel, offering visitors a forest, indoor waterfall and more than 280 stores and restaurants, hopes to make the Singapore airport a destination in itself.

  9. Changes to Flight Software on 737 Max Escaped F.A.A. Scrutiny Business, April 11

    A new safety review wasn’t necessary under F.A.A. rules since the changes didn’t affect what the agency considers an especially critical or risky phase of flight.

  10. 5 Cheap(ish) Things to Take on Your Next Long Flight Smarter Living, April 11

    Are we there yet?

  11. JetBlue Will Begin Service to London in 2021 Travel, April 10

    The low-cost carrier has a reputation for disrupting travel markets and starting price competition.

  12. 737 Max Won’t Fly Until F.A.A. Is ‘Satisfied,’ Elaine Chao Says, Defending Agency U.S., April 10

    The transportation secretary said Boeing appeared close to completing a software upgrade on a critical sensor believed to have played a role in two crashes.

  13. Demand for Boeing’s 737 Slows as Planes Remain Grounded Business, April 9

    Boeing had fewer orders for its best-selling jet in the first quarter as investigations into two fatal crashes continue.

  14. Demand for Boeing’s 737 Slows as Planes Remain Grounded Business, April 9

    Boeing had fewer orders for its best-selling jet in the first quarter as investigations into two fatal crashes continue.

  15. U.S. Readies $11 Billion in Tariffs on E.U. U.S., April 9

    The U.S. and Europe said they are preparing to impose tit-for-tat tariffs as part of a long dispute over aerospace subsidies.

  16. Tripoli’s Last Civilian Airport Reopens After Militias Mobilize Against Hifter World, April 9

    A militia controlled by an aspiring strongman, Gen. Khalifa Hifter, claimed credit for the attack on Mitiga International Airport, as a battle for control of Tripoli continued.

  17. Boeing’s 737 Max: 1960s Design, 1990s Computing Power and Paper Manuals Business, April 8

    The Boeing jet that crashed twice in five months relied on decades-old systems and left pilots without some common safety features.

  18. Cho Yang-ho, 70, Dies; Expanded Korean Air Amid Scandals Obituaries, April 8

    Recently stripped of a board seat in his family’s empire, Mr. Cho had been caught up in corruption investigations and a daughter’s “nut rage” incident.

  19. What Laws Could Investigators Use to Pursue a Case Against Boeing? Business, April 8

    Aircraft makers rarely face a criminal investigation resulting from plane crashes. Here is a look what laws investigators might consider.

  20. What Laws Could Investigators Use to Pursue a Case Against Boeing? Business, April 8

    Aircraft makers rarely face a criminal investigation resulting from plane crashes. Here is a look what laws investigators might consider.

  21. Boeing to Cut Production of 737 Max After 2 Fatal Crashes Business, April 5

    The company also announced it would create a new board committee to review the design and development of new airplanes.

  22. ‘They Will Bounce Back’: In Seattle, Where the Boeing Max Is Built, They’ve Recovered Before U.S., April 5

    Seattle is feeling the pain from Boeing’s 737 Max crisis, but the aircraft manufacturer has weathered other tough challenges.

  23. Dream of Owning a Plane? This Tax Break Can Help Your Money, April 5

    The Republican tax overhaul has bolstered sales of private planes by allowing buyers to deduct the cost as a business investment.

  24. Ethiopian Crash Report Indicates Pilots Followed Boeing’s Emergency Procedures Business, April 4

    While the findings are not final, initial evidence has raised new concerns about whether Boeing and federal regulators provided sufficient guidance for pilots of the new 737 Max model.

  25. Ethiopian Crash Report Indicates Pilots Followed Boeing’s Emergency Procedures Business, April 4

    While the findings are not final, initial evidence has raised new concerns about whether Boeing and federal regulators provided sufficient guidance for pilots of the new 737 Max model.

  26. Ethiopian Crash Investigators Call for Inquiry Into Boeing Max Controls World, April 4

    Preliminary findings on the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 disaster, based on black box data, again put attention on the jet’s anti-stall system.

  27. Ethiopian Airlines Pilots Followed Boeing’s Safety Procedures Before Crash, Report Shows World, April 4

    Preliminary findings on the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 disaster, based on black box data, again put attention on the jet’s anti-stall system.

  28. Natalia Fileva, Leader in Russia’s ‘Babyflot’ Airlines, Dies at 55 Obituaries, April 3

    Ms. Fileva, who died in a plane crash, was the rare woman to hold an executive post in Russia. She helped consolidate the post-Soviet airline industry.

  29. There Are Probably Cameras on Your Flight, but Relax, They’re Not On (Yet) Business, April 2

    Since a traveler asked Singapore Airlines if the seat back on his flight contained a camera, two U.S. senators have asked questions and expressed concern.

  30. Fallback for Airline Pilots Opinion, April 2

    A reader calls for manual flight training, in the event that computer systems fail.

  31. Between Two Boeing Crashes, Days of Silence and Mistrust World, April 2

    After the crash of a Lion Air 737 Max 8 jet in Indonesia, information largely went unshared as involved parties went into a defensive crouch, a Times investigation found.

  32. Was Your European Flight Delayed or Canceled? You May Be Entitled to Cash Travel, April 2

    You may have to sit on the tarmac for a few hours or crash at an airport hotel, but if your flight was delayed or canceled, you could get up to $700.

  33. Boeing Fix for 737 Max Software Is Delayed Business, April 1

    As part of its internal review process, Boeing determined that more work was needed on the update before it was submitted to the F.A.A.

  34. F.A.A. Says Software Fix for Boeing’s 737 Max Needs More Time Business, April 1

    The planes have been grounded worldwide since mid-March, and airlines may be forced to park their Max jets longer than they had expected.

  35. The Week in Business: The Sackler Family Gets Sued, and Theresa May’s Darkest Hour Business, March 30

    Plus, Apple makes TV shows now, and China trade talks pick up steam.

  36. In Ethiopia Crash, Faulty Sensor on Boeing 737 Max Is Suspected Business, March 29

    As in the Lion Air disaster, investigators believe an automated system on the doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight was set off by erroneous readings.

  37. Michel Bacos, Hero Pilot of Jet Hijacked to Entebbe, Dies at 94 Obituaries, March 28

    An Air France commander, he insisted on remaining with his Jewish and Israeli hostages until they were rescued by Israeli commandos in a daring raid.

  38. Wow Air, an Icelandic Budget Airline, Suspends Service Business, March 28

    Efforts to raise money had failed, prompting the company to cease all flights on Thursday morning.

  39. Brexit, Boeing, China: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, March 27

    Let us help you start your day.

  40. Boeing Faces Capitol’s Glare as It Presses to Fix the 737 Max Business, March 27

    The changes would give pilots more control and make it less likely that faulty data can set off a reaction, two issues at the center of investigations into two crashes.

  41. Boeing and F.A.A. Hearings: Questions Focus on 737 Certification Business, March 27

    While congressional hearings examined Boeing’s cozy relationship with regulators, the company said it was close to completing a software fix for the 737 Max models.

  42. A Boeing 737 Max Makes an Emergency Landing in Orlando Business, March 26

    The plane, the same type that crashed in Ethiopia this month and in Indonesia in October, reported engine problems.

  43. After Boeing Crashes, Sharp Questions About Industry Regulating Itself U.S., March 26

    Long before the grounding of the 737 Max, the F.A.A. faced scrutiny over its longtime practice of giving manufacturers the authority to help certify their own planes.

  44. After Boeing Crashes, Sharp Questions About Industry Regulating Itself U.S., March 26

    Long before the grounding of the 737 Max, the F.A.A. faced scrutiny over its longtime practice of giving manufacturers the authority to help certify their own planes.

  45. British Airways Flight to Germany Lands in Scotland by Mistake World, March 25

    Passengers said they were astonished when their flight arrived in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf, Germany. The airline said a faulty flight plan was to blame.

  46. British Airways Flight to Germany Lands in Scotland by Mistake World, March 25

    Passengers said they were astonished when their flight arrived in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf, Germany. The airline said a faulty flight plan was to blame.

  47. At the 737 Max Factory, Pilots Simulate New Boeing Software Business, March 24

    Pilots from five airlines gathered in Renton, Wash., on Saturday to review proposed changes to the software of the 737 Max, two of which have crashed.

  48. Boeing Was ‘Go, Go, Go’ to Beat Airbus With the 737 Max Business, March 23

    Caught short by its rival’s gains, Boeing raced to update its workhorse jet rather than design a new one. Workers describe a hectic project, but say they hadn’t felt safety was compromised.

  49. Sexual Assault on Flights: Experts Recommend Ways to Stay Safe and Combat It Travel, March 23

    The issue gained heightened attention in the wake of high-profile cases and the #MeToo movement, officials say.

  50. Doomed Boeing Jets Lacked 2 Safety Features That Company Sold Only as Extras Business, March 21

    Airlines had to pay more for two optional upgrades that could warn pilots about sensor malfunctions. Boeing now plans to make one of the features standard.

  51. Confusion, Then Prayer, in Cockpit of Doomed Lion Air Jet World, March 20

    Indonesian investigators described the sounds emanating from the cockpit as the flight crew fought to take control of a plane that seemed almost magnetically propelled toward earth.

  52. Confusion, Then Prayer, in Cockpit of Doomed Lion Air Jet World, March 20

    Indonesian investigators described the sounds emanating from the cockpit as the flight crew fought to take control of a plane that seemed almost magnetically propelled toward earth.