Boeing Plane Crashes Shortly After Takeoff in Iran, All 176 Aboard Dead

Operated by Ukraine International Airlines, the plane is not the same model that has crashed twice already.

Airlines Are Offering Carbon Offsets to Combat ‘Flight Shame’

Airlines are embracing carbon offsets as a way to counter the damage flying does to the environment (and their image). Will flyers get on board?

Boeing CEO Resigns After Halting 737 Max 8 Production

"Accountability starts with me," Dennis Muilenburg said in October.

Boeing Is Suspending Production of the Troubled Max 8

The airplane manufacturer announced today it will halt production of the plane that has crashed twice since 2018.

The FAA Declares War on Christmas

Reports of disruption from holiday lights and lasers are up in 2019.

Southwest Pilots Union Blasts Boeing Over 737 Max 8 Comeback

Union president Jon Weaks calls on Southwest Airlines to explore using non-Boeing aircraft.

Lufthansa Group Picks Mindshare as Global Media Agency of Record

The GroupM appointment marks an expansion of a relationship dating back to 2000.

JetBlue Adds Cheaper Basic Economy Fare Called Blue Basic

The new fare is aimed at travelers who are willing to make a few compromises—though not as many as on other airlines.

Boeing Takes Out Full-Page Ads Before CEO Testifies

What's missing from the copy: an apology.

How Will Airlines Handle the Return of Boeing’s 737 Max 8?

They are now faced with asking customers to fly on a jet that's crashed twice in a year.