We analysed what the world's top 58 airlines – such as American Airlines, British Airways and Qantas – are doing about climate change. Even the best airlines are not doing anywhere near enough.
All modes of high-speed travel come with a cost to the environment.
Weaker winds and higher temperatures are making airlines less efficient.
Suspending flights and screening passengers is mainly about reassuring us, not keeping us healthy.
Drones are coming to our cities – but what do people really think about them, and how can they have a sustainable future? New research provides some answers.
Small regional flights will soon start going electric but batteries are unlikely to ever fully power large airliners.
Qantas has faced calls to ground its entire fleet of Boeing 737s after cracks were found in three aircraft. But the incident is a threat to airlines' reputations rather than a real risk to passengers.
As the notion of flight shame is taking off around the world, emissions from aviation are making a small but growing contribution to global warming.
Carbon emissions from international air travel show no sign of abating. In the absence of a tax on jet fuel, are sail boats the best way to travel the world sustainably?
The aviation ambitions of several African countries are linked to Chinese investment.
Your next flight could be the single biggest contribution to global warming you make all year. Experts imagine how we might travel in future, without the 'flygskam'.
More than a century since humans learned to fly, we need to revolutionise how we stay up there.
Recent advances in technology and new trends in commercial air travel could make supersonic flight economically viable. But regulations will have to change first.
It's hoped that this new aviation legal framework will help Ghana to improve its reputation and performance in all sorts of safety and compliance measures.
Indonesia's promising aviation industry is reflected in the thriving business of its two plane makers, DI and RAI.
Many current and former US military leaders call climate change a serious national security threat, but few of them mention the Defense Department's big carbon footprint.
Morse code works whether flashing a spotlight or blinking your eyes – or even tapping on a smartphone touchscreen.
Putting driverless cars on the road safely is hard enough. Doing it in the air is much more difficult.
With all Boeing 737 MAX planes now grounded, airlines could be losing close to US$60m a day.
Some are calling the FAA's relationship with Boeing an open-and-shut case of 'regulatory capture.' The reality is more complicated.