Mr. Meyer tried unsuccessfully to thwart the corporate raider Carl Icahn’s bid to take over the troubled airline in 1985.
Here’s what you need to know to avoid the crowds and have as painless a trip as possible via this nation’s roads and airports this Thanksgiving.
There’s more than one ritual that provides cover for public weeping.
A growing number of airports are looking for ways to manage crowds, the empty plastic bottles they leave behind and improve the amenities.
An enormous new airport outside Mexico’s capital will be a “global reference” for sustainability, the government vows. Others worry environmental errors of the past are being repeated.
Clear uses biometric technology (fingerprints, iris scans) to help passengers get through security. Here’s how the program works.
The chief executive of the biggest budget airline is Europe issued an impassioned plea to pilots, who are demanding more secure contracts.
The biggest European budget airline employs many of its pilots as contract workers — many of whom are pushing back after a recent flight cancellation episode erupted into a clash.
The president of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association expressed support for Ryanair pilots.
Mindaugas Kavaliauskas has traveled to more than a dozen cities around the world to photograph airplane spotters who gather around airports.
Virtual reality is being used to test new airline cabins, and one airline is using facial recognition for boarding passengers on a flight.
After cellphone videos began to emerge of clashes between passengers and airline employees, some companies are trying to protect their workers.
Pan Am Flight 6 from Honolulu to San Francisco developed engine trouble. Too late to turn back, the airliner landed in the ocean and all 31 aboard survived.
Thinner, smaller airline seats have allowed carriers to squeeze in more passengers. But travelers have begun to rebel against reduced legroom, citing safety.
Records leaked from an offshore law firm show how the wealthy elite sidestep prohibitions on foreigners registering private planes in the United States.
The aircraft manufacturer’s disclosure suggests that a bribery scandal in Europe could spread to the United States.
I was interrogated without explanation, in a country that often confuses racial profiling with improving national security.