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All 12,000 aviators will have an extra training day in response to incidents more than a year ago.
Airlines are allowing cancellations to areas affected by the Zika virus.
Time to feel a little less proud of the state we live in.
A Japanese rocket maker said Monday that a large piece of metal that washed up on a beach in Thailand is likely part of a rocket launched by Japan.
Do! Most of the rich did not get that way by being profligate or getting ripped off.
The plane, bound from Miami for Milan, diverted to Newfoundland, where seven passengers and crew members were hospitalized.
Shake off your winter blues on a private island with great beaches, dinner on the beach, and the luxury of seclusion.
The swastika has long been used in Japan to represent a temple, but many tourists have complained about this symbol and others on maps.
A recent study concludes that millions of British men and women, although still a minority of the population, prefer the sensation of planning a vacation to having sex.
And the joy that results from paying in advance.
One of the remotest islands on earth is getting an airport — and that could change everything.
If your time's worth nothing, then it's a savings to fly an extra 1,000 miles.
Cheaper but slower than a plane, only good over-water. Perhaps for freight? Probably not for people.
The British tabloids do intend to entertain.
A large piece of metal washed ashore in Southern Thailand, but Malaysian authorities have cautioned against speculation.
Bumbling airline and security officials let travelers on American Airlines Flight 1223 from Cancun, Mexico, out of the airport on Monday morning without having their passports or bags checked.
Who knew that keyboards matter so much?
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport was the world's busiest airport in 2015, ranking highest in both flight counts and passengers.
More data on the long, slow death of the 747 program.
More of a security blanket than a safety device.
Fancy 18-and-a-half hours in economy?
NY - London in 11 minutes, NY-Sydney in 32 minutes. Plus taxi, take-off and landing time.
Thai Smile Airways will treat dolls, Luk Thep or Child Angels as they have become known in Southeast Asia, to a similar experience as human passengers, if they are booked with a passenger ticket.
The parents of 21 Canadian-born children have so far come forward to complain, and government authorities promise to investigate.
When you visit any of these, be sure to bring your camera.
Lie-flat beds and sexy stewardesses were the norm.
More bad news for the big bird.
"Hamlet" is the "comfort animal" who travels with a 28-year-old Virgin Islands resident.
Remember when the US used to do stuff?