Five long-haul airlines will begin conducting security interviews with all travelers at the request of American officials.
Passengers on transatlantic flights face scary moments as climate change driven by carbon dioxide emissions increases turbulence.
Scientists say wind patterns altered by climate variability are costing airlines millions of dollars in extra fuel and flying time -- and increasing CO2 emissions.
It may seem like someone put a terrible hex on Malaysian airlines in 2014, but AirAsia Flight 8501 wasn't just another ill-fated Malaysian airplane. For one thing, it wasn't even Malaysian.
More stratified levels of service, workers who are underpaid and overworked, and a climate that is increasingly hostile to human activity -- the experience of privatized air travel worldwide is rapidly deteriorating. Journalist Scott Smith lists six ways how.
After deliberating for the better part of a year, a Federal Aviation Administration advisory panel is set to make it possible for you to use your portable gadgets during takeoff and landing.
Worried that the impending merger of American Airlines and US Airways would kill domestic competition, the Justice Department is suing on antitrust grounds.
Shareholders of Continental and United Airlines have finally voted to form a more perfect United Airlines, merging the two companies under United's name to create the world's largest airline service, overtaking its closest U.S. rival -- the newly merged Delta and Northwest Airlines -- and European carriers.
The FAA has proposed its largest fine ever over maintenance violations, which in this case could have caused fires and explosions, according to the regulator. American Airlines can appeal the fine, more than twice as large as the previous record-setting penalty.