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  1. Trump’s Moves on Airline Fees Prompt Transparency Questions Travel, March 28

    The administration’s suspension of public comments on proposals regarding baggage charges and fares has renewed debate about the issues.

  2. For Some Fliers, Electronics Ban Makes for a Bumpy Ride Business Day, March 27

    While Persian Gulf carriers scramble to accommodate their most lucrative customers, business travelers worry about losing work time.

  3. American Airlines Buys China Southern Stake as Traffic Booms Business Day, March 27

    Under the $200 million deal, the Texas-based carrier could gain better access to the growing ranks of Chinese tourists looking to cross the Pacific.

  4. Those Pesky Airline Fees and How to Avoid Them Travel, March 27

    $12 for a blanket, $35 for a carry-on bag, $200 to change a flight: The fees are seemingly endless, but you can dodge at least some of them.

  5. After Barring Girls for Leggings, United Airlines Defends Decision U.S., March 26

    Passengers were turned away by a gate agent at Denver International Airport on Sunday morning for their attire, setting off a social media tempest.

  6. Farhad’s and Mike’s Week in Tech: YouTube’s Problematic Advertising Technology, March 25

    Farhad and Mike discuss how YouTube’s issues with brands pulling ads because of racist content has caused a major headache for Google’s video arm.

  7. ‘What Is Sleep?’ Asks Reporter on the Border Beat Times Insider, March 24

    With a beat that is central to coverage in the era of Trump, Washington correspondent Ron Nixon is up at 6 a.m., and spending a lot of time in airports.

  8. Security Lines and Flight Delays? This Kid’s in Paradise Travel, March 22

    For a 3-year-old boy on a family trip, the airport itself is the destination.

  9. What Travelers Should Know About New Restrictions on Devices Technology, March 21

    Who is affected by the flight restriction, and what should you do?

  10. Devices Banned on Flights From 10 Countries Over ISIS Fears U.S., March 21

    The United States and Britain have restricted electronic devices larger than a cellphone being carried on some flights from majority-Muslim countries.

  11. Jet-Setting Pets Get a New Place to Be Pampered at Kennedy Airport Real Estate, March 21

    Amenities at a center called the Ark will include “pawdicures,” lodgings for sick birds and luxurious stalls for globe-trotting show horses.

  12. Gunman Is Killed in Orly Airport in France After Attacking a Soldier World, March 18

    The attack, which the authorities were treating as a possible act of terrorism, prompted a partial evacuation and security sweep of the airport and briefly halted flights.

  13. In-Flight Question: Shouldn’t That Propeller Be Moving? N.Y. / Region, March 17

    It was the perfect time for the self-medication that helps one endure air travel.

  14. Salve for La Guardia’s Traffic Troubles: A Temporary Ramp N.Y. / Region, March 16

    Since construction on the main terminal began last summer, traffic has gotten so bad at times that people abandoned taxis on the highway and walked to the airport.

  15. Airlines Take a Proactive Approach to Potential Weather Woes Business Day, March 14

    Canceling flights, waiving change fees and contacting customers days in advance all help to get things back to normal after a real (or exaggerated) weather event.

  16. Airlines Drop Cuba Flights, Citing Lower Demand Than Anticipated Travel, March 13

    Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines are just the latest to reassess tourism to the island.

  17. Muhammad Ali Jr., Detained Last Month at Airport, Stopped Again U.S., March 10

    Mr. Ali was briefly stopped just one day after he spoke with members of Congress about his first ordeal.

  18. Few Clues as Malaysia Airlines Mystery Marks Its Third Anniversary World, March 8

    The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 remains one of the biggest aviation mysteries of all time. Here’s a look at some of our coverage.

  19. Airport Will Temporarily Shut, Disrupting a Nigerian Lifeline World, March 5

    Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja will close while its runway is repaired, causing travel problems and upending the lives of vulnerable workers.

  20. Norwegian Air Has Cheap Flights to Europe. But Not as Cheap as You’ve Heard. Travel, March 1

    One recent eye-catching promotion offered one-way tickets to Ireland for $65. Are there any catches? Well, a few.

  21. The Struggle and Payoff of Setting Up Shop in an Airport Business Day, March 1

    Small businesses must jump through hoops to secure slots at airports, where snow delays increase sales, but those who have done it say it is worth the effort.

  22. Former Port Authority Chairman Seeks to Avoid Prison in Bribery Case N.Y. / Region, March 1

    A brief filed for David Samson asked that he receive probation in connection with his guilty plea to pressing United Airlines to restart a money-losing flight.

  23. Airlines Aim to Trick Your Taste Buds at 30,000 Feet Business Day, March 1

    A Hong Kong carrier has introduced a beer brewed to taste good at high altitudes, since noise, dry air and plastic cutlery affect our sense of taste.