Airport: Woman in Security Check Line (Photo: iStockphoto/james steidl)

The TSA, already beset by numerous embarrassments and withering public confidence, is once again in the unenviable position of defending itself. But there may be less to see here than it more»

Airplane taking off at dusk (Photo: iStockPhoto/Stephen Strathdee)

In its latest airfare report, the government says prices took the biggest drop on record, plummeting over 14 percent year-over-year. Average prices were the lowest since more»

Carrying luggage through terminals (Photo: Index Open)

Canada's current carry-on baggage restrictions on flights to the U.S. mean that Olympic visitors need to pack light and smart to not run into problems on the way more»

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Airlines are beginning to release their financial numbers for 2009. Check back here for all the gruesome details. LATEST: JetBlue posts profits for the fourth quarter and all of more»

Airport customs (Photo: PhotoDisc)

Forget the underwear bomber: New Zealand arrested an underwear smuggler, who attempted to sneak 44 endangered lizards from New Zealand using special pouches sewn into his more»

Airplane silhouette against sunset (Photo: iStockPhoto/Dan Barnes)

For the airlines, 2009 was a no-good, very bad year, though it closed on an encouraging note. Will 2010 bring recovery, or more of the same? more»

Air New Zealand aircraft front (Photo: The Boeing Company)

Air New Zealand's new lie-flat bed option provides a measure of comfort usually found only in upper class more»

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JetBlue is doing a little renovating this Friday, meaning customers will not be able to access the airline's online services. Read on to find out what you need to more»

Delta aircraft on the ground and taking off (Photo: Delta)

The carrier isn't just spending it all on first-class service, either (though there is some of that). The investment will go a long way toward a better customer experience and improved fuel more»

Airport: Security Screening Sign (Photo: iStockphoto/Lya Cattel)

In the fight against airborne crime, it's starting to seem as if the TSA's worst enemy is itself. Often seen as hapless and incompetent, the agency sure isn't inspiring any confidence more»