The seats are full on most planes, but in some cases, the fuel tanks are not.
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The head of a key congressional committee overseeing the aviation industry is pushing six US airlines to explain worker shortages, flight cancellations and delays after the government supplied billions in federal aid to the airline industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even when Boeing has its best month in years, it has problems.
With federal agencies trying to crack down on passengers who are violently acting out on commercial flights, officials now say travelers are attacking -- and even biting -- those staffing airport security checkpoints.
As more airplanes return to the skies, airports and airlines continue to enforce measures designed to keep passengers as safe as possible while Covid-19 remains a problem.
FAA's new cleaning methods at air traffic towers aim to curb flight delays
Federal officials tell CNN, new cleaning methods are being instituted in Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control towers and facili…
In the week since Ryanair flight FR4978 from Athens to Vilnius was forcibly diverted to Minsk, travel in Europe already looks very different.
Airplane seat designers have long been dreaming up innovative economy cabin concepts, looking for the ideal balance between squeezing in as many passengers in as possible, and keeping the experience relatively enjoyable for fliers.
Planes are filling up and tickets are ridiculously expensive
Planes are filling up and tickets are ridiculously expensive.
Citing several contributing factors, Delta Air Lines canceled approximately 100 flights Sunday.