The job of looking after safety in the skies remains a highly sexualised occupation.
Big lines and long distances to walk have plagued airports since the dawn of the jet age. New designs and technologies haven't helped much, even if they're visually impressive.
We have known for more than a decade that the pilot training pipeline is close to rupturing. Now the crunch has come there are some obvious things to do.
Over the last three decades, the number of US pilots has decreased by 30 percent. That problem is only going to get worse as demand increases.
Airplanes could be safer with technology at the helm. A key sticking point is human opinion.
Major airports around the world will see more frequent flight restrictions in the coming decades because of increasingly common hot temperatures.
Charging consumers different prices for the same service is actually a very common practice called "price discrimination".
The U.S. is considering expanding a ban it imposed in March on several Middle Eastern countries to all flights from Europe. A close look suggests the meager benefits just aren't worth the high costs.
Videos of a United passenger being involuntarily dragged off a plane went viral, creating a PR disaster for the company – one that could have easily been avoided.