All major U.S. airlines have said they will need to shrink in the fall
Boeing has restarted its Renton, Washington, facility's production of the 737 MAX at a "low rate" after halting production in January.
The airline previously announced it would require staff and passengers to wear face covers.
Boeing also disclosed it plans "several thousand remaining layoffs" in the next few months but did not say where those would take place.
Their work will involve academics, engineers and medical experts who will examine new measures to prevent disease transmission on airplanes, according to the companies and people involved in their discussions.
The Air Force said it changed the policy to encourage a "more diverse pool of applicants."
Latam Airlines, South America’s biggest carrier, sought U.S. bankruptcy protection Tuesday as it grapples with a sharp downturn in air travel sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Government’s plan to take 20% stake in airline still needs regulatory approval
Memorial Day travel this year hits a record low for Americans living through the coronavirus pandemic.
A passenger plane with 98 people on board crashed in a crowded neighborhood on the edge of the international airport near Pakistan's port city of Karachi on Friday after what appeared to be an engine failure during landing.
JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes said Thursday that customers should feel "completely comfortable" traveling with new safety measures in place.
The number of air travelers is on the upswing, TSA said.
The first orbital launch could happen as early as Saturday.
According to officials, the company lacked proper certificates and posed a safety risk.
JetBlue announced it is extending its COVID-19 seating policy along with other safety procedures.
Clorox products will be used to sanitize the airline’s terminals, gate areas, lounges and planes .
A frequent flyer is petitioning TSA to allow travelers to bring more quantities and kinds of hand sanitizer.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian said he doesn't believe any U.S. airlines will go out of business.
Two top U.S. airlines said on Tuesday ticket cancellations were slowing and demand was showing some signs of improvement, with Southwest Airlines Co (LUV.N) recording more trip reservations than cancellations so far this month.
As coronavirus lockdowns lift, carriers and airports desperate for passengers are rolling out safety protocols.