Air France is launching a new airline brand, Joon, that aims to lure in young people with cel-shaded animations and an abundant use of hashtags.
Plus: You could get up to $1,800 in flight compensation (but airports don't want to advertise that), and USA Today voters have unexpected tastes in Canadian tourism.
Plus: Russian bears raising money for a good cause (in a morally ambiguous way), and Canada wants to hear your worst airline horror story.
After the recent British Airways IT breakdown, angry customers raised their pitchforks and the company's stock plummeted. But do they deserve the hate?
Canadians will soon be entitled to financial compensation if they get bumped or delayed. But what happens when flights get overbooked?
Plus: a beautiful map of what how much tourism matters, and US officials are considering a European electronics travel ban.
Plus: Air Canada connects Canadians with more direct flights, and hopefully the last time we'll have to mention United Airlines for a while.
Plus: United Airlines just can't catch a break, and Qatar Airways sets a new record for the longest non-stop flight.
Examining the fallout from United Airline's disastrous PR moment, where a doctor was dragged, bloody and screaming, off a plane against his will.
When two teenage girls were told they couldn’t board a United plane because they were wearing leggings, the social media backlash was enormous. But the most important detail is one that few people even noticed.