Delays, bumping, cancellations, lost baggage, and random fees are up, legroom and patience is down.
A Japanese airline wants to offer a new lifestyle for remote workers in Tokyo: live in a cheaper city and fly to the capital however many times they want.
“Given all of the generous taxpayer support that has been provided to the airline industry, all of us have a responsibility to make sure that passengers and crew members are treated with respect, not contempt.”
The head of the nation's largest flight attendant union says Wednesday's riot at the Capitol "disqualif[ies] these individuals from the freedom of flight.”
Can the promise of a free funeral make people fly again?
As COVID-19 forces a cap on international arrivals, stranded travellers claim carriers like Qatar are saving seats only for high-paying customers.
In recent months, airlines have been falling over themselves to announce that they're going carbon neutral. But how much would that actually help?
The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation says that unless there is coordinated government action, airlines around the world will run out of cash reserves.
Completely empty flights have been taking off due to Europe's “use it or lose it” policy for flight slots.
They're also washing their hands with gin?
The pilots may have dumped fuel at a lower altitude than permitted by the FAA.