The late-summer slowdown could delay full recovery for the industry.
The voluntary carbon offsets market is unregulated, with no standard pricing. And offsets may not deliver what they promise.
Deloitte's study predicts that corporate travel, lucrative for the industry, may take years to reach pre-pandemic levels — if it ever does.
Aircraft fighting wildfires are increasing demand, too, but the real problem is a shortage of truck drivers capable of delivering fuel.
"It went from a lack of demand from passengers to a lack of supply for pilots overnight, like a light switch," a pilot says.
How much of your flying experience is actually run by a company other than the airline you’re flying?
With COVID-19 in mind, some passengers are ready to pay for a little more distance from seatmates.
As the U.S. reopens, more people are eager to travel. Prices are rising and lodging may be limited, so book early.
Launching a new carrier's a risky business. Pent-up demand may help Breeze Airways beat the odds.
Demand for air cargo is back to pre-pandemic levels, but passenger loads are nowhere close.