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I took a ride in British Airways' Club Suite last year.

Business and first class travel may be a waste of money right now, but premium tickets are about to become more valuable than ever

Despite the fact tickets may not come with the usual perks, experts believe business and first class will be even more appealing post coronavirus.
Grounded Scandinavian Airlines in Copenhagen.

I canceled 7 flights due to the pandemic. Here’s the strategies I used that got me my money back and the ones that didn’t

It's been over two months since I canceled my flights for a trip in March due to the coronavirus. I still haven't been made whole and likely won't be.
A Bombardier Global 7500 for sale.

A businessman is selling his brand-new Bombardier Global 7500 for $70 million, the only one on the market. Take a look inside the 3-month-old jet.

The Bombardier Global Express was first delivered to a customer in December 2018 making it one of the newest private jets to roam the skies.
A Delta Air Lines McDonnell Douglas MD-88.

Delta Air Lines will be the last US passenger airline to retire its MD-80 fleet in June. Take a look back at the all-American ‘Mad Dog’ je...

The jet served the likes of American, Delta, TWA, and Alaska Airlines but is now being retired in favor of more efficient planes.
An Air France Airbus A380.

I flew on an Air France Airbus A380 2 years before the airline suddenly retired the world’s largest passenger plane — here’s what it...

Air France never bothered to update the aircraft's interior but it was one of the most enjoyable flights I've ever taken.
Archer's eVTOL rendering.

A new urban air mobility startup has been operating in secret with aims to begin testing its own electric VTOL aircraft by 2021

The Bay Area startup was founded by two entrepreneurs seeking to create a sustainable eVTOL that can fly 60 miles at 150 miles per hour.
A Hi Fly Airbus A380.

The world’s largest passenger plane just completed a 4-day trip around the world trip delivering medical supplies. Take a look inside Hi FlyR...

The Airbus A380 operated by Portuguese charter airline Hi Fly has returned to service to assist in humanitarian efforts related to COVID-19.
A Qantas Airbus A380.

Even more iconic planes are disappearing from the sky earlier than planned as the coronavirus continues to wreak airline havoc

Demand for air travel is plummeting, and airlines are taking that as an opportunity to put its older planes out to pasture early.
Florian Barjot's PlanBay seat design.

A new social distancing-friendly airplane seat design would strap barriers to middle seats to divide the window and aisle passengers

The design takes social distancing in the skies a step further by having aisle and window seats separated with barriers and blocked middle seats.
A Qatar Airways Boeing 777-200LR.

Qatar Airways added new restrictions to its unlimited change policy 3 days after it was announced and the sub-$500 fares are gone

The policy allows for unlimited date and destination changes to be made with no fare differences being levied but there's now a catch.