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Latam's resumption of a Sao Paulo to Los Angeles direct flight pushed it into the lead.
Gabriel Araujo, Reuters | 2 days ago
American Airlines has lashed out at U.S. travel agents in a scathing response to the complaint that the airline's robust distribution strategy was unfair.
Selene Brophy | 4 days ago
Another increase in flights between the U.S. and China would be a major boon for both countries' travel industries, especially since neither of them have yet to make a full recovery from the pandemic.
Reuters | 4 days ago
Fear of career reprisals has many pilots keeping mental health concerns in the closet. The new FAA administrator wants to change that.
Edward Russell | 5 days ago
U.S. airlines can't catch a break, with holiday travel likely stymied for a second consecutive year to inclement weather.
Reuters | 5 days ago
Emirates, which took delivery of more than half of the A380 aircraft ever produced, is cannibalizing older aircraft to build a supply of spares to keep the aircraft flying.
Ajay Awtaney, Skift | 5 days ago
The Senate panel is just Washington's latest effort to crack down on so-called junk fees, a battle that isn't dying down anytime soon.
David Shepardson, Reuters | 6 days ago
Today's podcast discusses Thanksgiving travel in the U.S., climate change and tourism marketing, and Vietnam's welcome to Indian tourists.
Rashaad Jorden | 6 days ago