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Air travel is slowly rebounding in the US
But most companies still need come up with health guidelines to protect crew members and passengers.
The pandemic could shrink the global aviation fleet by nearly 10 percent
Big beloved planes like 747s and A380s are being parked or retired.
American Airlines hasn’t flown cargo-only flights since 1984. That just changed.
In a pandemic, if you can’t fly people, you might as well haul stuff. Here’s how that works.
Even if you missed out on the Concorde, you may soon get a chance to fly in a supersonic airliner
More than a decade after the supersonic passenger aircraft landed for the last time, a new class of faster-than-sound planes prepares for liftoff.
Behind the supersonic rise and fall of the Concorde, 15 years after its final flight
Now NASA and Lockheed Martin are trying to bring supersonic flight back to the masses.
When a plane loses pressure, here’s what happens to your body
121 passengers found out recently when a Jet Airways flight crew forgot to pressurize the cabin.
What to expect in a commercial airplane
Welcome to air travel in 2018.
Why bigger planes mean cramped quarters
The incredible shrinking airplane.
How to prevent blood clots as airlines squeeze you into tighter spaces
The potentially fatal condition is likely to increase as legroom decreases—but it's totally preventable
Global Agreement Reroutes Airline Industry
Clear skies ahead