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  1. Irish Whiskey, Olive Oil and Waffles Could Face Tariffs Up to 100 Percent Business, Yesterday

    The import taxes are retaliation for excessive subsidies by the European Union to the aerospace giant Airbus.

  2. Overlooked No More: Bessie Coleman, Pioneering African-American Aviatrix Obituaries, December 11

    In 1921 Coleman became the first black woman in the United States to earn a pilot’s license, then barnstormed around the country thrilling audiences and inspiring later generations.

  3. The Airline Industry’s Sexism Problem Opinion, December 10

    For pilots and flight attendants, work and motherhood have long been treated as incompatible. We’re hoping to change that.

  4. Boeing 737 Max Was Plagued With Production Problems, Whistle-Blower Says Business, December 9

    Ed Pierson, a former senior manager at the 737 factory, believes production problems may have contributed to two deadly crashes. He will testify before Congress on Wednesday.

  5. Boeing 737 Max Was Plagued With Production Problems, Whistle-Blower Says Business, December 9

    Ed Pierson, a former senior manager at the 737 factory, believes production problems may have contributed to two deadly crashes. He will testify before Congress on Wednesday.

  6. Help! I am Allergic to Apples and Was Kicked Off a Plane Travel, December 7

    In this week’s Tripped Up column, Sarah Firshein investigates the rights that airplane passengers with allergies have when flying. (Not as many as they should.)

  7. United Airlines C.E.O. to Step Down Business, December 5

    Oscar Munoz will leave the role in May and be succeeded by J. Scott Kirby, the company’s president.

  8. United C.E.O. Munoz to Step Down, 5 Years After Leading Turnaround Business, December 5

    Oscar Munoz will leave the role in May and be succeeded by J. Scott Kirby, the company’s president.

  9. N.Y.C. Weather: How Much Did It Snow? New York, December 3

    It was wet and cold in the city, but the snow mostly didn’t stick.

  10. Winter Storm Pummels Northeast: Updates U.S., December 2

    A weather system that roared across the country from the Rockies through the Midwest is now socking the Northeast with up to 20 inches of snow in places.

  11. These Reporters Rely on Public Data, Rather Than Secret Sources Business, December 1

    With the rise of smartphones and social media, journalists use new methods to track major news events.

  12. Winter Storm Brings Sloppy and Slippery Conditions to New England U.S., December 1

    Airports in the Northeast reported delays on Sunday as post-Thanksgiving travelers tried to make their way home.

  13. 9 Family Members Die in Plane Crash During Storm in South Dakota, Officials Say U.S., November 30

    Members of four generations of a family who were returning from a hunting trip died in the accident, according to a statement from a company that two of the victims founded.

  14. 7 Killed in Plane Crash in Ontario World, November 28

    The authorities in Canada said they were still investigating what caused the plane to crash on Wednesday.

  15. Problems Pile Up for Boeing as 737 Max Delays Continue Business, November 27

    The timing is as precarious as ever. Global regulators still need to approve a software fix.

  16. ¿Hay suficientes aviones para apagar los incendios del mundo? en Español, November 25

    El cambio climático ha prolongado la temporada de llamas en California y eso está trastocando el complejo sistema de intercambio de recursos para combatir los fuegos en Australia y en el resto del planeta.

  17. With Boeing in Cross Hairs, Lion Air Gets a Pass on Poor Safety Record World, November 24

    A focus on Boeing after two fatal crashes has given cover to an Indonesian air carrier with global ambitions — a company that will neither fully admit to, nor swiftly address, its safety issues.

  18. Veterans Join Airlines in Pushback Against Conduct Unbecoming a Support Dog U.S., November 23

    As the number of emotional support animals aboard airliners proliferate, a veteran’s service dog sometimes gets a bad rap.

  19. Canadian Official Calls for Removal of Key Software From 737 Max Business, November 22

    “MCAS has to go,” a manager at Canada’s aviation regulator said in an email to global peers, referring to software in the Boeing plane.

  20. The World Burns All Year. Are There Enough Planes to Douse the Flames? World, November 21

    As climate change pushes California’s fire season into Australia’s, an intricate system of resource sharing struggles with the load.

  21. The Travel Industry’s New Fix for Jet Lag Travel, November 21

    Circadian science, newly embraced by airlines, hotels and airport lounges, prescribes bright light for wakefulness and warm light to prepare to rest.

  22. Qantas Says It Would Back Suit by Flight Attendant Called Racist by Will.i.am World, November 19

    The musician posted the name and photograph of the airline employee on Twitter after a dispute on a flight in Australia.

  23. GPS for Air Travel Came With Big Downsides: Noise, Then Lawsuits Business, November 18

    The F.A.A. is rolling out a system that allows planes to fly closer to one another, but the roar that it creates is unbearable, people in the flight paths say.

  24. The Danger of Traveling Light Opinion, November 16

    You never really know what you are going to need.

  25. Available: A 415-Acre Island With Manhattan Views. What to Build? New York, November 15

    A hub of renewable energy, packed with solar panels and batteries, or an expanded La Guardia Airport could replace the Rikers jails.