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  1. Leaving Shanghai as the Coronavirus Extended Its Reach Well, Yesterday

    There was a getting-out-of-Dodge feeling as we boarded the airplane, although airplanes — with their recycled air — are very effective settings for the spread of respiratory infections.

  2. Delta Fined $50,000 for Discriminating Against Muslim Passengers U.S., January 27

    The Transportation Department also ordered the airline to make flight crews and customer service representatives attend civil rights training.

  3. Delta Fined for Discriminating Against Muslim Passengers Business, January 27

    The Transportation Department also ordered the airline to make flight crews and customer service representatives attend civil rights training.

  4. In the Race for Cheap Airfare, It’s You vs. the Machine Business, January 27

    Travel providers now use software to re-price their offerings, sometimes dozens of times a day, putting travelers at a big disadvantage.

  5. The Coronavirus: What Travelers Need to Know Travel, January 26

    Many airlines are accommodating travelers who want to modify, delay or cancel their itineraries to China.

  6. Anatomy of a Lie: How Iran Covered Up the Downing of an Airliner World, January 26

    For three days, Iranian military officials knew they had shot down a Ukrainian jetliner while the government issued false statements, denying any responsibility.

  7. China’s Battle With a Deadly Coronavirus, in Photos World, January 23

    Here are the latest images as the country confronts a major public health crisis.

  8. 3 U.S. Firefighters Die in Plane Crash as Australia’s Blazes Intensify World, January 23

    The disaster ended a brief lull in the country’s summer of deadly wildfires.

  9. U.S. Plan Would Ban All Service Animals From Planes Except Dogs Travel, January 22

    The Department of Transportation is proposing new rules that would make it harder to fly with an emotional support animal.

  10. A Decade Later, Dutch Officials Publish a Study Critical of Boeing Business, January 21

    After insisting the study was confidential, the Dutch Safety Board reversed course following an investigation by The Times. A Dutch legislator, fearing “strong-arming” by Boeing, called for a hearing.

  11. Boeing Pushes Back 737 Max Return Again Business, January 21

    The company told airlines it did not expect regulators to approve the plane to fly until June or July, the latest in a string of setbacks.

  12. Iran Admits Firing 2 Missiles at Jet and Says It’s Studying Effect World, January 21

    It also appeared to walk back a promise to send the jet’s data recorders abroad for analysis, asking the United States and France to send the necessary equipment to Iran instead.

  13. Serbia-Kosovo Flights to Resume Under U.S.-Brokered Deal World, January 20

    It takes more than five hours to drive between the capitals of the two countries, but only 25 minutes to fly. A deal on flights is seen as a step toward détente between the neighbors.

  14. Bodies of Ukrainians Killed in Iran Plane Crash Are Returned Home World, January 19

    President Volodymyr Zelensky attended a ceremony for the 11 Ukrainians killed on the airliner shot down by Iran.

  15. Downed Plane’s Black Boxes Will Go to Ukraine, Iranian Media Says World, January 18

    A spokeswoman for Ukraine’s president said she could not confirm that its authorities were receiving the data recorders from the jet Iran mistakenly shot down, killing 176.

  16. Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus Health, January 17

    Passengers from Wuhan, China, will be screened at J.F.K. beginning Friday night, and in San Francisco and Los Angeles starting on Saturday.

  17. Canada Offers Compensation to Families of Victims of Plane Downed in Iran World, January 17

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the payments to Canadian families of victims do not absolve Iran from providing compensation.

  18. Grief, Fear and Rage in Tehran Opinion, January 17

    As the fear of further conflict looms, Iran is in the midst of a decisive argument with itself.

  19. Airline Apologizes for Requiring Passenger to Take Pregnancy Test Before Flight U.S., January 16

    The Hong Kong Express Airways flight was headed for Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands, a United States commonwealth known for birth tourism.

  20. T.S.A. Finds Record Number of Guns at Airports in 2019 U.S., January 16

    The head of the Transportation Security Administration said that the yearslong uptick was “deeply troubling.” A vast majority of the firearms were loaded, the agency said.

  21. Why Did a Delta Plane Dump Jet Fuel Over Los Angeles Schools? U.S., January 15

    Some residents were outraged after a plane carrying 164 people dumped fuel over several schools as it made an emergency landing.

  22. Iran’s President Lashes Out at Europeans Over Crumbling Nuclear Deal World, January 15

    With the government in Tehran under pressure, President Hassan Rouhani warned that European troops could be in “danger.”

  23. Delta Airplane Dumps Jet Fuel on Los Angeles Schools U.S., January 14

    Forty-two people had minor injuries, according to the authorities. Delta said the plane had an engine issue and dumped fuel to reduce its landing weight.

  24. Delta Airplane Dumps Jet Fuel on Los Angeles Schools U.S., January 14

    At least 60 people were treated for minor injuries, the authorities said. Delta said the plane had an engine issue and dumped fuel to reduce its landing weight.

  25. New Video Shows Two Iranian Missiles Hit Ukrainian Plane World, January 14

    Security camera footage verified by The New York Times shows that two missiles fired 30 seconds apart took down Flight 752, killing all aboard.

  26. Ukraine Flight 752: New Video Shows First Missile Hit Plane Video, January 14

    A new video, verified by The New York Times, shows that the Iranian military launched two missiles at the passenger jet in around 30 seconds. The plane, ablaze, continued flying for several minutes before crashing and killing all 176 people on board.

  27. Iran’s President Calls for Special Court on Downed Plane World, January 14

    The Revolutionary Guards arrested the person who made a video of a missile striking a passenger plane. The video undercut the military’s denials of responsibility.

  28. With Demand Rising, Airlines Add Flights to India Business, January 13

    More companies are setting up shop in the country, and more Indians who live elsewhere are returning to visit. Plus, tourism is growing.

  29. Why Ocasio-Cortez Is Criticizing Cuomo’s Plan for a Train to La Guardia New York, January 13

    The Queens representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez demanded to know why all 46 alternatives to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s $2 billion AirTrain were ruled out so quickly.

  30. Iran Protests Rage Over Downed Jet, as Lawmakers Demand Accountability World, January 13

    Protesters chanted against Iran’s clerical rulers for a third day, while several prominent newscasters quit their jobs, apologizing for having broadcast lies.

  31. Desperate Residents Ignore Dangers of Philippine Volcano and Return Home World, January 13

    The perilous situation did not deter some people from returning to their homes after they initially fled to safety amid warnings of a “violent tsunami.”

  32. Iran Cracks Down as Protests Over Downing of Airliner Grow World, January 12

    Remarkably, some criticism is coming from some within the government’s hard-line power base.

  33. Ukrainian Flight 752: How a Plane Came Down in 7 Minutes Video, January 12

    Iranians have taken to the streets in protest after the government admitted, after three days of denials, that it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet. Here’s everything we know about that seven-minute flight.

  34. Los Angeles Rethinks Taxis as Uber and Lyft Dominate the Streets Business, January 12

    The cab business is down 75 percent in less than a decade. The plan is to make taxis a lot more like their app-hailed rivals.

  35. ‘All Perpetrators Will Be Punished,’ Zelensky Says Video, January 11

    In a video address on Saturday, President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine pledged that the perpetrators of an attack on an airliner would be punished and that the bodies of the Ukrainians killed in the crash would be promptly returned.

  36. Angry Protesters Take to Streets in Iran Video, January 11

    Thousands of protesters gathered Saturday in Iran, furious at their government’s admission that it had accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing 176 people.

  37. Furor in Iran and Abroad After Tehran Admits Downing Ukrainian Jetliner World, January 11

    Ukrainian officials suggest Iran would not have admitted responsibility if investigators from Ukraine had not found missile debris in the crash wreckage.

  38. Former Marine Posed as Security Member for Trump’s Marine One, Officials Say U.S., January 11

    Brandon M. Magnan claimed to be part of security for the president’s helicopter and was able to get through two checkpoints at Palm Beach International Airport, the authorities said.

  39. Former Marine Posed as Security Member for Trump’s Marine One, Officials Say U.S., January 11

    Brandon M. Magnan claimed to be part of security for the president’s helicopter and was able to get through two checkpoints at Palm Beach International Airport, the authorities said.

  40. Jet Crash in Iran Has Eerie Historical Parallel World, January 11

    The United States accidentally downed an Iranian passenger jet in 1988, killing all 290 people aboard, amid a battle with Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf.

  41. Iran Says It Unintentionally Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner World, January 10

    “The Islamic Republic of Iran deeply regrets this disastrous mistake,” President Hassan Rouhani said, as Iran reversed its claims that mechanical failure was to blame.

  42. Flights In and Out of Tehran Continued After Missile Strikes and Plane Crash Interactive, January 10

    Planes took off after Iran’s missile strikes on bases in Iraq, and even after a Ukrainian plane crashed shortly after takeoff.

  43. Iran Is Expected to Announce Cause of Ukrainian Jet Crash World, January 10

    The announcement comes as American and allied intelligence assessments have suggested that Iranian missiles brought down the plane, most likely by accident.

  44. Iran, United by Loss of General, Is Divided Over Plane Crash World, January 10

    A debate of how much blame the government bears for the downing of a Ukrainian jetliner threatens to destroy a moment of national solidarity.

  45. ‘I Honestly Don’t Trust Many People at Boeing’: A Broken Culture Exposed Business, January 10

    A trove of internal employee communications shows that the aviation giant’s troubles go beyond one poorly designed plane.

  46. Fired Boeing C.E.O. Muilenburg Will Get More Than $60 Million Business, January 10

    Dennis A. Muilenburg, who was ousted last month, forfeited stock awards worth some $14.6 million, but he is still contractually entitled to receive other benefits.

  47. Boeing 737 Max Supplier Cuts Jobs as Fallout From Grounding Spreads Business, January 10

    Spirit AeroSystems, which supplies the fuselage for the 737 Max said it made the cuts because of uncertainty around when production will resume.

  48. Boeing 737 Max Supplier Cuts Jobs as Fallout From Grounding Spreads Business, January 10

    Spirit AeroSystems, which supplies the fuselage for the 737 Max, said the layoffs were due to uncertainty around when production will resume.

  49. Boeing Employees Mocked F.A.A. and ‘Clowns’ Who Designed 737 Max Business, January 9

    The company expressed regret at the embarrassing communications it sent to investigators on Thursday, which included a comment that “this airplane is designed by clowns, who are in turn supervised by monkeys.”

  50. Civilian Planes Shot Down: A Grim History World, January 9

    If a Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down in Iran on Wednesday, as American officials believe, it would join a long list of civilian aircraft brought down by armed forces.

  51. Hackers Cripple Airport Currency Exchanges, Seeking $6 Million Ransom Business, January 9

    Travelex’s stores, airport counters and exchange services were forced offline by a ransomware attack on New Year’s Eve.

  52. Video Shows Ukrainian Plane Being Hit Over Iran Video, January 9

    The New York Times has obtained video of the moment a Ukrainian airliner was hit minutes after takeoff from Tehran.

  53. Video Shows Ukrainian Airliner Being Hit Over Iran Video, January 9

    The New York Times has obtained and verified video showing the moment a Ukrainian airliner was hit in Iran.

  54. In Iran Plane Crash, Ukraine Will Investigate Possible Missile Strike World, January 9

    The airliner had turned back toward the airport before it crashed, minutes after takeoff, Iranian officials reported. The flight data recorders were recovered but said to be damaged.

  55. Iranian Missile Accidentally Brought Down Ukrainian Jet, Officials Say, Citing Early Evidence World, January 9

    Western intelligence showed that Iran was responsible for the plane crash, suggesting that the deaths of those aboard were a consequence of the heightened tensions between Washington and Iran.

  56. How We Picked the 2020 ‘Places to Go’ List Travel, January 9

    There are so many places in the world, and only 52 spots. How do we choose? (Do you know all the synonyms for “argue”?)

  57. The Ukraine Plane Crash in Iran: Black Boxes and Other Questions World, January 8

    Initial statements from Iran and Ukraine were contradictory, and the cause of the crash remains unclear. The plane’s so-called black boxes could help, but Iranian officials may not turn them over to Boeing.

  58. In Reversal, Boeing Recommends 737 Max Simulator Training for Pilots Business, January 7

    The company had long maintained that the training wasn’t needed to fly the plane, which was grounded after two deadly crashes.

  59. Japan Issues Arrest Warrant for Carlos Ghosn’s Wife Business, January 7

    The authorities said they suspect Carole Ghosn gave false testimony in April related to the allegations against her husband.

  60. In a Year of Perpetual Motion, Moments That Stopped Time Travel, January 6

    Looking back on a whirlwind journey around the world, the 52 Places Traveler revisits the experiences that offered lessons for travel — and life.

  61. Carlos Ghosn’s Escape Preparations Spanned the Globe Business, January 6

    The former auto magnate boarded a bullet train for the first leg of his escape to Lebanon, which officials in Tokyo are still investigating.

  62. It’s Not Just Software: New Safety Risks Under Scrutiny on Boeing’s 737 Max Business, January 5

    The company and regulators are looking into everything from the wiring on the plane to its engines.

  63. 6 Must-Haves When Flying With a Cat or Dog Travel, January 4

    Traveling can be stressful enough without your favorite small creature.

  64. Homeland Security Sees ‘No Specific, Credible Threat’ From Iran, but Warns of Cyberattacks U.S., January 3

    The leaders of the Department of Homeland Security met to hash over threats from Iran amid concerns that the department has become more focused on immigration than terrorism.

  65. Video Shows Aftermath of U.S. Strike That Killed Top Iran Commander Video, January 3

    President Trump authorized the attack early Friday at Baghdad International Airport that killed Iran’s top security and intelligence commander, Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani.

  66. Sudan Military Plane Crashes, Killing 16 World, January 3

    Several officers and a World Food Program employee were among those who died when the Russian aircraft went down shortly after takeoff.

  67. Boeing’s Broken Dreams Podcasts, January 3

    After the fatal crashes of two 737 Max jets, regulators asked whether safety had been compromised in a rush to compete. Then whistle-blowers raised wider concerns.

  68. How to Travel With Medical Marijuana Travel, December 31

    Even as more states allow medical marijuana, traveling between states with cannabis can leave patients in legal limbo.

  69. The Secret Behind Amazon Package Delivery to West Africa New York, December 30

    New York’s informal network of couriers with roundabout shipping routes.