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We’ve rounded up the airlines affected by the FAA order, and what affected customers can do. Take a look.
Two American Airlines flights between St. Croix and Miami, and one between St. Thomas and Miami, were serviced by the 737 Max aircraft. Here's the latest from the destination.
The two carriers are the latest to cease operating the aircraft following a deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash. Here’s the latest.
The House and Senate released a final agreement on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization legislation over the weekend. Here’s a look at what made it in – and what didn’t.
The House and Senate are preparing to reconcile their versions of the FAA Reauthorization Act. Here’s the latest from ASTA on what the legislation could mean for travel agents.
The airline held a press briefing on August 11 to discuss the take-off and crash of one of its passenger planes by a ground service worker at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Learn more.
Babies and toddlers aren't required to fly in a safety seat -- but should they? Find out more.
A potential bidding war over Norwegian and a big merger in the Caribbean lead this week’s air travel news to keep on your radar. Take a look.
Aviation authorities in the United States and Europe are directing airlines to conduct ultrasonic inspections of engines similar to the one that failed on a Southwest Airlines flight last week. More here.
The investigation into a deadly incident on a Southwest Airlines flight and potential new rules for travel agents lead this week’s air travel news. Here’s what you need to know.