Airlines

At least four carriers are imposing additional regulations after the FAA enacted a "zero-tolerance policy" for unruly passengers.
It was the highest level of air travel in more than nine months as worries mount of a continued surge in COVID-19 cases.
ESAs can now be classified as pets by U.S. airlines, and only dogs trained in specific tasks must be considered service animals.
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned of a "surge upon a surge" in coronavirus cases due to the uptick in holiday travel.
What American, Southwest, Delta and others are doing for COVID-19 safety over the Thanksgiving and December holidays.
JetBlue travelers will be able to pay $143 for a test administered by health care company Vault Health.
For the first time ever, cult-favorite luggage brand Away is offering up to half off suitcases, weekender bags and travel accessories.
The CEO for the major lobbying group representing U.S. airlines said the situation was “dire” and called for more government aid.
An airline spokesperson said the plane returned to the gate in Detroit after departure as the customers were "non-compliant with crew instructions."
It's the first time the Trump administration is adding rules on carbon dioxide. But it isn't a sudden change of heart on climate.