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  1. New York Confronts Second-Wave Risk: Visitors From Florida and Texas Metro, Yesterday

    Gov. Cuomo is worried about travelers from the Sun Belt who are infected with the virus — and about New Yorkers who might let down their guard.

  2. What to Know About N.Y.’s Traveler Restrictions Metro, Yesterday

    The state is trying to track visitors from 19 states, who now must fill out a form with their travel plans. Enforcing quarantine will still be tricky.

  3. Ted Cruz Was Seen on a Flight Without a Mask. His Office Says He Followed Airline Policy. Express, July 13

    The senator’s office says he wears a mask when traveling and temporarily takes it off to eat or drink.

  4. Best Guess on When Business Travel Will Recover? It Could be Years Business, July 13

    Until companies are sure they can protect workers’ health, one analyst said, “they won’t want to take the responsibility and risk of sending them back on the road.”

  5. An End to Empty Seats on Canada’s Airlines Foreign, July 10

    Air Canada and WestJet are no longer putting empty seats between passengers to physically distance them. Some health experts are concerned.

  6. The Netherlands Brings Russia to Court Over the Downing of MH17 Foreign, July 10

    The Dutch government made the move to help individual cases brought by victims’ relatives, the foreign minister said in a letter to Parliament.

  7. Local Finances Are Troubled, but Fund Investors May Still Profit Sunday Business, July 10

    High-grade municipal bond portfolios have been among the best places to find income.

  8. How the Coronavirus Has Changed Air Travel: A Visual Diary of a Flight Interactive, July 9

    In late June, a photographer flew from Seattle to Boston. This is a step-by-step visual account of the flight.

  9. United Airlines Could Furlough 36,000 Workers as Virus Cases Soar Business, July 8

    The airline warned workers that they could lose their jobs because demand for travel remains weak and appears to be falling again as infections rise.

  10. Boeing Communications Chief Resigns Over 33-Year-Old Article Express, July 8

    Niel Golightly stepped down after an employee complained about an article he wrote in 1987 that said women should not serve in combat. He said those views do not reflect his opinion today.

  11. On Some Planes, Empty Rows While Passengers Crowd Together Travel, July 8

    Airlines vowed to bring social distancing to the air. In practice, some are and some aren’t.

  12. Pilots Were Once in Short Supply. Now They’re Losing Their Jobs. Business, July 6

    Before the pandemic, airlines worried about not being able to replace retiring baby boomers. Eager recruits expect to bear the brunt of layoffs.

  13. Boeing’s 737 Max is Being Readied for a Comeback. What Travelers Need to Know Travel, July 2

    The plane has been grounded since March 2019 after two deadly crashes, but could fly again by the end of the year. Answers to questions about the process.

  14. U.S. Watchdog’s Report Faults Boeing’s Disclosures on 737 Max Software Business, July 1

    Boeing has completed a series of test flights, but a return to the skies will depend on more safety milestones.

  15. Airbus, Expecting Long Slump in Air Travel, Will Slash 15,000 Jobs Business, June 30

    The European aircraft giant said it didn’t expect air travel to return to pre-virus levels till perhaps 2025.

  16. How the Pandemic Has Affected Passports, Global Entry, T.S.A. PreCheck and More Travel, June 20

    Travel is gradually returning, but not without disruptions. Here’s what to expect when applying for official travel documents and membership in security programs.