Domestic Air Bookings on the Rise

A rebound of sorts may be underway for the domestic airline industry, punctuated by a surge in bookings surrounding the July 4 holiday period, according to ForwardKeys, a travel analytics company. Since June 23, the number of new U.S. domestic […]

Changes in Air Travel Due to Coronavirus Are Here to Stay

Remember in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks what happened with airlines? The plethora of changes – the creation of the Transportation Security Administration, taking belts and shoes off, water bottles that must be discarded before being screened, […]

India domestic air travel to resume May 25 after virus shutdown

Domestic flights ferried 144 million passengers as well as cargo across the vast country last year No indication was given when international travel would resume. Domestic air travel will resume in India on May 25 after a two-month shutdown imposed […]

Air traffic begins slow climb from the abyss

Though traffic remains exceptionally low, U.S. air travel has begun ticking back up.  During the week that ended May 3, the TSA screened 981,000 people at airport checkpoints, up 27% from the previous week. and up 43% from the week […]

Delta Air Lines’ Response to Class-Action Lawsuit

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Delta Air Lines on Friday after Elliot Daniels and “all others similarly situated” alleged that the airline made it “difficult, if not impossible, for customers to receive any refund” for canceled flights as a […]

One Year After Ethiopian Air Flight 302 Crash

On March 10, 2019, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed near Addis Ababa airport shortly after takeoff. The crash resulted in the deaths of all 157 people on board and one of the longest aircraft groundings in history. The crash had […]