In-flight entertainment has evolved significantly over the years, from a one-off experiment to the on-demand streaming services many of us are now used to.
Loyalty schemes tend to be the most generous when the economy has hit a patch of turbulence.
The clock could be ticking for the travel industry unless action is taken to change our travel habits.
Qantas faces being forced to offer automatic cash compensation to travellers, being broken up if it operates uncompetitively, and unlimited competition under “open skies”.
Passengers are often aware that they have legal rights around travel disruption but are not confident about what exactly these rights are.
People aren’t the only ones harmed by heat waves. The hotter it gets, the harder it is for machines to keep their cool.
Air travel emissions are proving difficult and costly to cut, but travellers can make a surprisingly big difference simply by changing how they travel to and from the airport.
Lingering on the tarmac once you get off a plane through the rear door is unadvisable for many reasons – here’s why the staff want your phone in your pocket.
Consumers and politicians are pushing for greater protections for air travelers. A historian explains why the US trails the EU and Canada when it comes to passenger rights.
Turbulence strong enough to pose an injury risk could be set to double or triple in frequency in the future.
The environmental pawprint of pets is huge – and it’s mostly down to what we feed them.
While it is critical that air passengers be compensated for airline delays and cancellations, it is equally — if not more — important to address the underlying causes of such disruptions.
A mechanical engineer explains why you need to go with the flow. The TSA pronouncement that peanut butter is a liquid is scientifically sound.
All those Cinderella stories, buzzer-beating finishes and wild cheering sections have a high price tag – for the climate.
The chaos at airlines and airports appears to finally be over, but will the relief last? Or will Canadians have to brace themselves for more delays, cancellations and miscommunications?
Airlines are investing in sustainable biofuel startups and starting to uses alternative fuels, including cooking oil, ag waste and corn ethanol. But biofuels alone won’t be enough, research shows.
The bottom line is air travel is very safe – much safer than road travel. But that doesn’t stop us from wondering…
Most of us have a natural sleep cycle of just over 24 hours. Experts think it’s an evolutionary adaptation to help us adjust to different day lengths.
After the transportation crisis this past holiday season, apologies from major airlines, airports and government officials are not enough. It’s time to protect passengers from travel companies.
When something disrupts the smooth, laminar flow of high-altitude winds, your flight might get a little bumpy.