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  1. British Airways Business Class

    Will British Airways’ new business class seats restore its luxury credentials?

    The backward-facing seats have gone. The configuration is one-two-one. Everything will feel a little less cosy, which, to most, will be a relief.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A Scandinavian SAS airline passenger plane flies near the air traffic control tower at

    France plans to introduce 'eco-tax' on all outbound flights

  3. The people you meet when you fly

    What type of business traveller are you: Night Watch or Wonder Bladder?

    Fly frequently enough, and you begin to notice common quirks and behaviour that some passengers engage in.
  4. FILE PHOTO: The cockpit of Jet Airways Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircarft is pictured during its induction c

    Commentary: Staying awake for lengthy hours – how pilots combat fatigue to fly long-haul flights

    Should pilots be allowed to nap in the cockpit? How much rest should they have? Stephen Rice and Scoll Winter from Emry-Riddle Aeronautical ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph at the stock exchange in Frankfurt

    Airline stocks lift European equities after Brexit delay

    Airline stocks helped European shares advance on Thursday after European Union leaders gave Britain another six months to leave the bloc, while ...
  6. An aerial photo shows Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked on the tarmac at the Boeing Factory in Renton

    Commentary: We expected airplanes to be safe. Boeing undermined that expectation

    Boeing is doing crisis management all wrong, and need to restore the public’s trust, says University of Oregon's Kelli Matthews.
  7. Illustration photo of a Thomas Cook logo

    Thomas Cook puts airline business up for sale to raise cash

    Travel group Thomas Cook said on Thursday it was willing to sell its airline business to raise cash and fund its fight back from a torrid 2018 and ...
  8. A Ryanair aircraft taxis behind an easyJet aircraft at Manchester Airport in Manchester

    Explainer: The shareholder puzzle facing airlines after Brexit

    Airlines that will no longer be majority owned by EU nationals once Britain leaves the European Union face the threat of losing their right to fly ...