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  1. The New Travel Document: Photograph of an Empty Plane Travel, March 26

    The dramatic falloff in air travel is captured in travelers’ photographs of their recent flights.

  2. Governors Tell Outsiders From ‘Hot Zone’ to Stay Away as Virus Divides States U.S., March 25

    State-to-state travel rules are rarely seen in the United States, but the virus has left some states urging outsiders not to come.

  3. Airlines’ New Operating Mode: Flexible Travel, March 25

    With pandemic-related travel restrictions in place, airlines are showing a new generosity when it comes to rebooking. Here are the policies of the biggest U.S. carriers.

  4. Voices From Travel’s Frontlines: ‘Fasten Your Seatbelts’ Travel, March 25

    We spoke with eight travel and hospitality workers, from California to Croatia, who have been working as the coronavirus spreads. They shared similar concerns about an uncertain future.

  5. Inside American Airlines’ Scramble as Virus Grounds Jets by Hundreds Business, March 25

    Nearly every part of the airline, the largest in the United States, has been transformed, and executives are fighting to keep it afloat.

  6. Coronavirus Decimates N.Y.C. Taxi Industry: ‘The Worst It’s Ever Been’ New York, March 25

    Drivers have contended with Uber and inflated medallion prices. Now the pandemic has caused rides to plummet by two-thirds or more.

  7. 1,200 Airport Workers in N.Y.C. Area Abruptly Laid Off With No Severance New York, March 21

    Amid the spreading pandemic, thousands of employees of businesses in the airports around New York City may have their benefits cut off.

  8. They Fled Coronavirus in Europe. Border Agents Asked if They’d Visited China or Iran. Health, March 19

    Americans returning from Italy and Spain say border control officials didn’t screen them or tell them to isolate themselves.

  9. Plans for a Government Bailout of Businesses Opinion, March 19

    Readers discuss the likely bailout of airlines and urge that nonprofits not be ignored.

  10. Where the Virus and Climate Intersect Climate, March 18

    Should Airline Bailouts Come With Conditions? And, Climate as a ‘Threat Multiplier’

  11. In Talking About Economic Recovery, Washington Shuns the B-Word U.S., March 17

    White House officials and lawmakers trying to bolster the economy during the coronavirus crisis don’t want to hear about any bailouts.

  12. Here Come the Bailouts, Starting With the Airlines Business, March 17

    A week ago, U.S. airlines said they could absorb the costs of the coronavirus outbreak. Now, they’ve approached the government for help. More will follow.

  13. Airlines Cut International Flights in Response to the Pandemic Travel, March 16

    The service cuts are major, but you can still get from here to there if you need to.

  14. A Big Bet That May Not Be Enough Business, March 16

    Central banks are reopening the 2008 crisis playbook as the coronavirus brings the economy to a halt. But fighting a pandemic isn’t the same as a mortgage meltdown.

  15. Don’t Feel Sorry for the Airlines Opinion, March 16

    Before providing them any assistance, we must demand that they change how they treat their customers and employees.

  16. Coronavirus Screening Causes 7-Hour Waits in Crowded Lines at U.S. Airports U.S., March 15

    As the federal government rushed to implement President Trump’s restrictions on travel from Europe, chaos ensued at some of America’s biggest airports.

  17. Airports Reel as New Coronavirus Screening Goes into Effect U.S., March 15

    Conditions improved Sunday, after travelers from Europe waited in lines as long as seven hours for screening on Saturday.

  18. Coronavirus Travel Restrictions, Across the Globe Travel, March 14

    Nations across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Here, the current list of countries limiting entry.

  19. Coronavirus Travel Restrictions, Across the Globe Travel, March 14

    Nations across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Here, the current list of countries limiting entry.

  20. When New York’s Cultural Centers Shut Down, They Made Lemonade Arts, March 13

    Resourceful tourists whose dream trips to New York have been upended by the pandemic are doing their best to cobble together alternative entertainment.

  21. Travelers From Coronavirus Hot Spots Say They Faced No Screening U.S., March 13

    The Trump administration says Americans returning from coronavirus hot spots are being screened for symptoms. Some travelers say that is not happening.

  22. What the New European Travel Ban Means for Air Travelers Travel, March 13

    Here’s a guide on which countries are affected, and the changes to flights already occurring.

  23. A JetBlue Passenger Learned He Had the Coronavirus While on a Flight U.S., March 12

    The passenger, who was flying from New York to Florida, got a notification mid-flight that his test results were positive, the airline said. JetBlue barred the passenger from traveling on the airline again.

  24. The Tickets Home Were $5,000. They Paid It. Travel, March 12

    When the phone rang at 2:15 a.m. in Paris, it was decision time: Try to get home or possibly get stuck?

  25. Trump’s Travel Ban Leaves Americans in Europe Scrambling to Get Home U.S., March 12

    With little clarity on the rules of the 30-day suspension set to take effect on Friday, many are feeling stranded and confused.

  26. Airlines Cancel Flights and Lay Off Workers as Stocks Plummet Business, March 12

    The Trump administration’s 30-day ban on most travelers from Continental Europe because of the coronavirus has dealt a fresh blow to the industry. Norwegian will temporarily halve its staff.

  27. ‘Massive Shock’ and Battered Airline Stocks in Europe With Trump’s Travel Ban Business, March 12

    The damage is likely to go well beyond tourism, as business plans are disrupted and consumer confidence is shaken.

  28. Boeing Said to Add Another Fix to 737 Max to Appease Regulators Business, March 11

    The wire bundles were so close together that, in rare circumstances, they could cause a short circuit and lead to a catastrophic failure.

  29. Coronavirus and Plane Travel: What to Expect if You’re Flying Travel, March 11

    If you are getting on an airplane, here’s what may have changed, both on the ground and in the air.

  30. Bags Packed, Sanitizer on, Americans Travel as Coronavirus Worries Grow U.S., March 11

    One doesn’t find outright panic in airports and on airplanes across the United States. Rather, it’s anguish that the next sneeze might be the fateful one.

  31. U.S. Airlines Say They Can Absorb Impact of Coronavirus on Travel Business, March 10

    American, United and Delta pointed to strong cash positions and said they were cutting costs to offset lost bookings.

  32. Travel and the Coronavirus: Answers to Your Top Questions Travel, March 10

    Contemplating travel right now is confusing. Here is advice from experts on how to navigate the changing landscape.

  33. Travel and the Coronavirus: Answers to Your Top Questions Travel, March 10

    Contemplating travel right now is confusing. Here is advice from experts on how to navigate the changing landscape.

  34. How Not to Get Sick While Traveling Travel, March 9

    Should you wear a mask? Does airplane travel pose a greater risk? Do hand sanitizers work? Health professionals offer some tips.

  35. How Not to Get Sick While Traveling Travel, March 9

    Should you wear a mask? Does airplane travel pose a greater risk? Do hand sanitizers work? Health professionals offer some tips.

  36. Ethiopian Report on 737 Max Crash Blames Boeing World, March 9

    An analysis released on Monday about the Ethiopian Airlines crash a year ago did not blame the carrier or its pilots.

  37. Murder Trial of Russian Ex-Agents Opens for Downed Malaysia Airlines Flight World, March 9

    Four men with ties to the security services are on trial in absentia in the Netherlands. The evidence is expected to be embarrassing for the Kremlin.

  38. ‘We Hated What We Were Doing’: Veterans Recall Firebombing Japan Magazine, March 9

    American airmen who took part in the 1945 firebombing missions grapple with the particular horror they witnessed being inflicted on those below.

  39. Boeing Faces $20 Million Fine by F.A.A. Business, March 6

    The agency proposed the penalty over the installation of unapproved equipment in the 737 Max and other aircraft.

  40. Coronavirus Could Slow Efforts to Cut Airlines’ Greenhouse Gas Emissions Climate, March 6

    Air France, citing the virus, has called for relief from taxes designed to curb global warming emissions. Other efforts could be disrupted as well.

  41. Coronavirus Could Slow Efforts to Cut Airlines’ Greenhouse Gas Emissions Climate, March 6

    Air France, citing the virus, has called for relief from taxes designed to curb global warming emissions. Other efforts could be disrupted as well.

  42. ‘Almost Without Precedent’: Airlines Hit Hard by Coronavirus Business, March 5

    The effects could wipe out up to $113 billion in worldwide revenues this year, a trade group said, a new blow to the industry.

  43. ‘It’s More Than I Imagined’: Boeing’s New C.E.O. Confronts Its Challenges Business, March 5

    In a candid interview, David Calhoun largely laid the blame for the company’s 737 Max crisis on his predecessor.

  44. Artists to Transform La Guardia Airport Arts, March 5

    A partnership with the Public Art Fund brings permanent installations by world-class artists to the new Terminal B.

  45. Are Frequent Flier Miles Killing the Planet? Travel, March 5

    Climate activists say it is time to rethink loyalty programs that reward consumers for taking flights.

  46. Flybe, a British Regional Airline, Stops Flying Business, March 5

    The budget carrier was challenged by rising competition, Brexit and more recently the spread of coronavirus, and had sought government help.

  47. Airlines Feel Deepening Impact as Coronavirus Upends Travel Business, March 4

    United will curtail service on domestic and global routes as companies restrict trips, testing a long stretch of airline industry profitability.

  48. Cómo desinfectar tu espacio a bordo de un avión en Español, March 4

    Aquí algunos consejos para limpiar tu lugar y mantenerte saludable durante un vuelo.

  49. Criticized for Coronavirus Response, Trump Points to Obama Administration U.S., March 4

    The president said a “very detrimental” decision adopted under his predecessor initially hampered the ability to enact widespread testing for the virus.

  50. How to Micro-Nest in Economy Travel, March 4

    To have a comfortable flight, many economy travelers rely on their own ingenuity and, increasingly, specialized products.

  51. How to Disinfect Your Space on an Airplane Travel, March 3

    Here are some tips for cleaning your area of a plane and keeping healthy on a flight.

  52. How Prepared Is the U.S. for a Coronavirus Outbreak? Health, February 29

    The country is better positioned than most but still could face critical shortages of respirators and masks. Hospitals have triage plans in place. State and local governments have broad powers to quarantine.