You'll see testing in some airports these days — it's just like we're going back in time! And speaking of looking back, the things that protected fliers from COVID then are still a good idea.
The cases will be determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on the company. Here's a look at where each of the major U.S. airlines stands.
The commercial jet makers have been warning that a plan to deploy new 5G wireless networks could pose a danger to vital aircraft systems.
Northwestern University says these are the world's smallest human-made flying structures, and they could be used for monitoring the environment, population surveillance or disease tracking.
On an eight-hour Emirates flight, with mask-wearing enforced, a whopping 27 coronavirus-positive people boarded the plane in Dubai. Guess how many passengers got infected?
Some passengers don a disposable suit over their clothes to help shield themselves from the coronavirus. Is that helpful? What about gloves, face shields and goggles? Also: A blanket idea!
As places around the world begin reopening, people are thinking about flying again — and wondering if it's safe.
If you're in the market for a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, look no further: Mexico's leader has just the plane for you, and he's apparently struggling to find a buyer.
As fires blaze across the state, California firefighters have called in some of the biggest air tankers for help. The giant jets are dumping a fire retardant, Phos-Chek, on the flames.
The model has been involved in two deadly crashes in less than five months. An analyst says the crashes are unlikely to drastically affect Boeing's sales since the planes are ordered years in advance.