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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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Flight disruptions continue with thousands more cancellations as Omicron thins airline crews.

The Omicron variant, which is now responsible for more than 70 percent of the new coronavirus cases in the United States, has already helped push daily case averages in the […]




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Airlines Cancel Hundreds More Flights as Virus Scrambles Air Travel

Over 1,000 flights in the United States, and thousands more globally, were canceled Sunday as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus sidelined crews during one of the year’s busiest weekends […]




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Bosses Have a New Headache: How Long Should Sick Workers Isolate?

Barbara Sibley’s four New York restaurants had already weathered the city’s initial Covid-19 wave, the prevaccine surge last winter and this summer’s Delta spike when last weekend it finally happened: […]




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As Omicron Overshadows Christmas, Thousands of Flights Are Canceled

The setbacks were evident for travelers around the country. On Christmas Eve morning, mats, blankets and pillows lined the floors of the Twin Cities airport, where people had been forced […]




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Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Will Test Airlines

Widespread flight cancellations. Excruciating waits for customer service. Unruly passengers.And that was all before the holiday travel season.Even in normal times, the days around Thanksgiving are a delicate period for […]




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The S&P 500 drops for a fifth day, its worst stretch since February.

U.S. stocks fell for a fifth straight day on Friday, with the S&P 500 ending the week down 1.7 percent in its longest losing streak since February.For the day, the […]




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Delta’s Extra $200 Insurance Fee Shows Vaccine Dilemma for Employers

At Delta, the surcharge is one of several new requirements for unvaccinated workers. Starting immediately, those employees will have to wear masks indoors. In about two weeks, they will be […]