Argentina, Once One of the Richest Countries, Is Now One of the Poorest. Javier Milei Could Help Fix That.
The new libertarian president believes in free markets and the rule of law. When people have those things, prosperity happens.
Argentina is opening domestic air travel to foreign airlines for the first time. The same trick has worked wonders for Europe.
The world's largest union of pilots says this requirement is necessary for safety and not unduly burdensome, but its data are misleadingly cherry-picked.
American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and the largest union of pilots want the government to change regulations that allow a smaller competitor to operate.
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Phantom thunderstorms scotch thousands of flights, because the FAA sucks.
Appellate Court Dismisses Case Challenging CDC Transportation Mask Mandate Because it has Become Moot
A case that began with a bang ends with a whimper. The issue of whether the CDC has the power to impose mask mandates remains unresolved.
If a proposal to let pilots do more of their training on flight simulators passes, supporters will have "blood on your hands," says Sen. Tammy Duckworth.
You're 2,200 times more likely to die when traveling by car as opposed to by airplane.
"The greatest thing that ever happened to me was to be born in a free country of modest means and to have opportunities," says the Nobel Prize–winning economist.
Restrictions on baby carriers during takeoff and landing are based on a single study from 1994 that didn’t even study these types of devices.
The airline will either clean up its act or go out of business. Meanwhile, the government plods along.
Critics say the NOTAM system creates safety hazards by overloading pilots with hard to read and superfluous information while failing to alert them to real hazards.
Re-regulating the airline industry won’t help prevent massive service disruptions in the future.
Political criticism of Southwest's mass flight cancelations mask a cronyist relationship between government and the passenger airline industry.
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Why does Elizabeth Warren think that JetBlue buying Spirit Airlines will be bad for consumers?
More airline workers and more flights—not bailouts and restrictions on mergers—is the better policy.
The senator urged the Department of Transportation on Monday to regulate airline consolidation and levy heavy fines for canceled flights.
Sanders' frequent cries for heavy-handed federal government intervention should be opposed whenever they crop up.
This Man Says He Spent 17 Days in Jail After American Airlines Wrongly Fingered Him As a Shoplifting Suspect
Michael Lowe is suing the company in Texas, saying its negligence led to a life-changing ordeal.
That's a fundamentally anti-democratic attitude.
The decision against the rule hinged on whether the agency had the power it asserted.
Though travel isn't completely back to normal, this change is an overdue acknowledgment that we can't always view COVID-19 transmission as catastrophic.
The lawsuit raises some of the same issues as earlier successful challenges against the CDC's eviction moratorium. But, in this case, the federal government has a stronger legal rationale for its policies.
The same agency that brought us security theater continues to enforce a rule that never made sense.
Good intentions, bad results
The unions' support for hygiene theater is of a piece with their support for security theater.
Lifting the Mask Mandate for Air Travel Would Do a Lot More To Cut Down on Unruly Passengers Than an Expanded No-Fly List
Delta CEO Ed Bastian asked U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to create a special no-fly list for passengers convicted of creating onboard disruptions.
The bumbling TSA and performative mask requirements are ineffective air-travel hassles.
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TSA security screenings led to more driving and thus more auto deaths. Mandating vaccines on airplanes could have a similar effect.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Shows That Republicans Love Big Government Just as Much as Democrats
We don't have a gridlock problem. We have a spending problem.
The company has agreed to purchase 15 supersonic airliners from Denver-based aerospace startup Boom.
The agency's rule, which it recently extended until mid-September, makes no sense as a safety measure.
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It's too late for health passports to make a difference, but the damage could be immense.
The idea is looking less like a Get Out of Jail Free card and more like a hall pass.