T/aviation

  1. British Airways Flight Disruptions Persist for 2nd Day Foreign, Yesterday

    The airline’s chief executive apologized for the delays and ruined travel plans of thousands of people after a global technological glitch....

  2. Route to Air Travel Discomfort Starts on Wall Street Business, Yesterday

    Investors’ relentless emphasis on the bottom line is fueling consumer frustration, and even episodes of air rage....

  3. System Failure at British Airways Shuts Down Flights Out of London Foreign, May 27

    The airline canceled flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London on Saturday after what it said was a “major I.T. failure” caused a global system shutdown....

  4. There Was No ‘Golden Age’ of Air Travel Op Ed, May 27

    Smoke-filled cabins. Sky-high prices. The good old days of flying are more mythical than we like to admit....

  5. ‘Flying Like a Bird,’ Not a Passenger Slideshow, May 25

    The Bayport Aerodrome on Long Island has become a gathering spot for veterans who restore and fly antique planes....

  6. ‘Flying Like a Bird,’ Not a Passenger Slideshow, May 25

    The Bayport Aerodrome on Long Island has become a gathering spot for veterans who restore and fly antique planes.

  7. T.S.A. Tests New Screening Procedures for Larger Electronics National, May 24

    The agency will require passengers at nearly a dozen airports to place electronic items larger than a cellphone in a separate bin for X-ray screening....

  8. U.S. and E.U. Confer on Possible Laptop Ban on Trans-Atlantic Flights Foreign, May 17

    Terrorist groups, a senior Trump administration official said, were pursuing various innovations, including putting explosives in consumer devices....

  9. Who’s at the Controls on KLM? Sometimes, the Dutch King Foreign, May 17

    King Willem-Alexander told a Dutch newspaper that he has flown twice a month for the last 21 years as a co-pilot for a KLM subsidiary, but that passengers rarely recognized him....

  10. Delta Air Lines Links Its Rewards Program to Lyft Travel, May 17

    The airline’s frequent fliers will earn points for rides with the car-sharing service, part of an effort to attract younger travelers....

  11. Port Authority Wage Campaign Shifts as Union Takes Fight to Albany Metro, May 16

    After airport workers rallied for better pay, their union, 32BJ Service Employees International, is backing a bill that would set a minimum wage of nearly $18 an hour....

  12. Police Officer, Combat Veteran, Muslim and J.F.K. Detainee Metro, May 15

    A New York Police Department officer returning from vacation was held for hours at Kennedy Airport, though his identity should have been easy to check....

  13. Investing in Tech to Tackle an Awful Annoyance: Lost Luggage Business, May 15

    The number of stray bags is lower than ever, attributable both to new technology and charges for checking luggage, but there’s room for improvement....

  14. Tips to Keep Your Bag From Taking a Trip Without You Business, May 15

    Airline professionals say there some things you can do to lower your chances of having a bag mishandled and to improve your chances it will be returned to you....

  15. 2 Killed as Jet Crashes While Landing at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey Metro, May 15

    The plane took off from Philadelphia International Airport and was approaching a runway when it crashed at 3:30 p.m....

  16. Bombardier Scion Resigns as Executive Chairman Under Pressure From Investors Business, May 11

    After several of Canada’s pension funds reached an unusual agreement, Pierre Beaudoin agreed to step down as executive chairman of the company started by his grandfather....

  17. U.S. May Ban Laptops on All Flights From Europe Business, May 10

    The action would extend an order restricting travelers through airports in 10 Muslim-majority countries from carrying laptops, tablets and other devices in the cabin....

  18. Airport Melee Follows Latest Dispute Between Airline and Its Pilots Business, May 9

    Three arrests were made after sheriff’s deputies were called in to help control a crowd that was angered by the Spirit Airlines cancellations....

  19. China’s New Jetliner, the Comac C919, Takes Flight for First Time Business, May 5

    The first Chinese-built passenger jetliner symbolizes the industrial might of an emerging superpower — and its ambition to take on Boeing and Airbus....

  20. On New Planes, American Airlines Will Add Seats and Reduce Space Travel, May 3

    The company plans to shrink space between rows in its economy section, bringing it closer to low-cost competitors....

  21. American Is Charged in Tokyo After Fistfight on Los Angeles-Bound Flight World, May 3

    A widely shared video showed the man, who was not identified by the authorities, in a violent altercation before takeoff.

  22. Alitalia Files for Bankruptcy, but Italy Balks at a Third Bailout Business Day, May 2

    The latest drama over one of Italy’s most visible industrial symbols has plunged the chaotic political and economic environment into further uncertainty.

  23. ‘They Treated Us Like Criminals’: U.S. Border Crossers Report Severe Reception U.S., May 1

    The Trump administration has issued no official new directives to customs officers, but travelers say they are having a tougher time entering.

  24. Security Line Blues? Maybe Some Cool Jazz Will Help Business Day, May 1

    A growing number of airports across the country are welcoming musicians to perform in the hopes of easing anxiety — and generating more revenue.

  25. Fed Will Update Economic Outlook, and April Jobs Data Is Ahead Business Day, April 30

    The Federal Reserve will meet Tuesday and Wednesday, and on Friday analysts expect to hear that 193,000 jobs were added in April.

  26. Video Captures Delta Pilot Smacking Woman to Break Up Fight U.S., April 29

    An investigation by Delta found the pilot’s actions helped “de-escalate” the fight between passengers, in the latest airline episode to be recorded on video.