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Airlines Need New Planes, but the Supply Chain Has Other Ideas

Supply chain problems hamper Boeing and Airbus as they try to fulfill a spate of orders from carriers seeking to expand and rejuvenate their fleets. Read More




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Airlines Cash In as Flexible Work Changes Travel Patterns

Untethered from desks, passengers are flying more often and in different ways. Carriers expect the new habits to endure, despite economic uncertainty. Read More




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How Finnair’s Huge Bet on Faster Flights to Asia Suddenly Came Undone

When Russia closed its airspace, it upended the decades-long strategy for making Finland a European travel hub to and from the East. Read More




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Boeing Reaches $200 Million Settlement Over Its 737 Max

Boeing reached a $200 million settlement with U.S. securities regulators on Thursday to resolve an investigation into claims that the aircraft manufacturer and a former chief executive had deceived investors […]




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Tech Hacks to Make Traveling Right Now Less of a Headache

Anyone who has gone on a trip in the last year probably has a horror story. Canceled flights have abounded. Customer service wait times with airlines can be hours long. […]




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JetBlue and Spirit Airlines Announce Merger Plan

JetBlue would pay shareholders $2.50 per share upfront on approval of the deal and the equivalent of ten cents per share per month starting next year — an incentive to […]







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Business Travel Resumes, Though Not at Its Former Pace

Mr. Harteveldt was more optimistic about the prospects for business travel. “If developed countries’ economies remain strong and the war in Ukraine doesn’t spread, then the business travel industry will […]




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The End of the All-Male, All-White Cockpit

Then the university called off its partnership with the flight school, making it difficult for Ms. Percy to get the pilot training she needed in time to graduate, so she […]