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Hawaiian Airlines to restart America's longest domestic flight, along with mainland network
October 26, 2020
Starting in December, Hawaiian Airlines is reviving its entire 13-city mainland U.S. network, including Boston and New York flights.
Airlines look to 'travel bubbles' for COVID-19 safety and to restart international routes
October 25, 2020
Air bubbles and sky bridges. Whatever you call it, the concept is to use testing to make sure the coronavirus doesn't make its way onto flights.
6 things to know about Southwest's new pandemic policy: No, middle seats won't be empty. Yes, you can get a refund.
October 23, 2020
Southwest Airlines will stop blocking middle seats on its flights in December as holiday travel ticks up.
Forget about that empty middle seat: Southwest Airlines to start filling planes in December
October 22, 2020
The airline's new policy takes effect Dec. 1. Delta and Alaska Airlines are blocking seats into early January.
Southwest Airlines adding three more destinations in 2021, including Savannah
October 22, 2020
Southwest Airlines plans to begin flights to Savannah, Georgia; Colorado Springs, Colorado; and Jackson, Mississippi in 2021.
Texas woman died from COVID-19 after Spirit flight was diverted to Albuquerque in July
October 21, 2020
The Garland, Texas, woman, who was in her 30s, was dead on arrival when her flight from Las Vegas to Dallas was diverted to Albuquerque in late July.
Ask the Captain: All your air-travel questions, answered
October 21, 2020
You've got questions about how airplanes and airlines work and Captain John Cox has answers. Each week, he clears up aviation mysteries.
Skytrax's best airlines of 2019: Qatar Airways grabs the top spot, Singapore is No. 2
June 18, 2019
Skytrax announced its 2019 ranking of the best airlines in the world on Tuesday. No U.S. carriers made the list.
Boo! Book your holiday trips by Halloween or you'll be haunted by higher fares, website warns
October 21, 2020
Travel website Hopper, which tracks the best to time to book, says the lowest fares for the holidays come this month.
One of the world's longest flights, New York to Singapore, to return. Hopeful sign for air travel?
October 20, 2020
The flight could make travel easier for Americans on their way to Asia -- if they can find a country that will let them enter
CDC advises booting travelers who refuse to wear masks on planes, trains, buses, other transportation
October 20, 2020
The agency's advice may help airlines and others deal with passengers who try to dispute the need to wear masks on public transportation.
More people flying? TSA screens 1 million daily passengers for first time since pandemic began
October 19, 2020
The TSA crossed a long-awaited threshold Sunday, screening 1 million passengers at airport checkpoints for the first time since March 17.
Southwest and Delta work to reassure hesitant travelers it's safe to fly
October 19, 2020
As the holiday travel season approaches, airlines work to regain the trust of passengers. Take a peek at what they're doing to keep you safe.
Coronavirus study finds air on planes is safer than homes or operating rooms
October 18, 2020
The study by United Airlines and others found that HEPA filters and high air turnover reduces the rate of COVID-19 infection by 99.7%.
United Airlines reports $1.8 billion quarterly loss, but pins hopes on recovery in 2022
October 15, 2020
United has furloughed 13,000 employees in hopes of further reducing losses. But CEO Scott Kirby expects it to be the first major airline to recover.
Hawaii vacations become a lot easier Thursday, but are tourists really welcome?
October 13, 2020
OK, so you're willing to stare down the coronavirus and travel to Hawaii, but know the restrictions and rules on the islands before you go.
Delta reports $5.4 billion quarterly loss, illustrating how the pandemic is pummeling airlines
October 13, 2020
Delta Air Lines posted a massive $5.4 billion loss for the quarter ended Sept. 30, saying it plans to take additional steps cut its losses.
Round trip to Tokyo for $173? Pandemic spawns once-in-a-lifetime airfare deals – if you're ready to travel
October 13, 2020
It's a cruel irony. Airfares have never been lower between many cities, but many will be too afraid of traveling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Southwest Airlines comes to Chicago O'Hare, Houston Intercontinental, won't abandon Midway, Hobby
October 12, 2020
Southwest Airlines vows to continue to serve two airports in Chicago and Houston. Service at O'Hare and Intercontinental airports will start in 2021.
Indiana man accused of sexually assaulting sleeping teen on flight
October 08, 2020
Ian Wagner, 38, is facing federal charges for an incident aboard a flight from Indianapolis involving a victim who was asleep.
Airline industry groups scold Congress for failing to compromise on new stimulus deal
October 08, 2020
In a letter to House and Senate leaders, airline industry groups asked Republicans and Democrats to quit bickering and pass a bill to prevent layoffs.
When the fur needs to fly, airlines are making it tricky, costly to bring your pets. Blame COVID-19
October 07, 2020
Pet shipment services try to navigate a web of rules, flight restrictions and other hurdles to moving dogs and cats around the nation or the world.
Southwest Airlines CEO looks to concessions, not layoffs, if Congress balks on more aid
October 05, 2020
CEO Gary Kelly said Southwest Airlines can navigate the industry's pandemic-related crisis with a path that preserves jobs.
Airlines forced to court leisure passengers with deals, perks and new destinations
October 05, 2020
Airlines have long depended on business passengers, who are no longer flying. Those who occupied the back of the plane are having their day.
'You know that your dream's ending': Flight attendants bid tearful goodbyes as they're furloughed
October 02, 2020
American Airlines flight attendants share their stories as the furloughs affecting the airline industry begin amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Travel industry layoffs begin as Congress fails to come up with new relief package
October 02, 2020
The travel industry had been warning of massive layoffs if Congress failed to act. "The clock is ticking," one top official said.
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