If the start of spring break is any indication — when an average of more than a million fliers a day passed through security at U.S. airports — domestic summer travel is poised to pop. Airlines have been expanding their route networks, especially in vacation destinations, as competition for leisure […]

It’s the time of year to set goals, and United Airlines recently announced a lofty one. The carrier plans to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. How? In part by backing a technology called direct air capture, which sucks carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Humans spew more than 44 billion […]

NYPD detectives will be flying out to California this week to question the woman dubbed “Soho Karen” after she was caught on camera tackling a black teenager and falsely accusing him of stealing her cell phone, a high-ranking police source told The Post on Tuesday.  Miya Ponsetto, who shot to […]

I have a confession to make. I may be the editor of a travel section, but I’ve never been somebody who loves flying. It’s always just been the fastest way I could get far away from home. And given all the B.S. around it—airports far from cities, security, nickel-and-diming, excruciating […]

NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 20, 2020 Jay Lopez, a skydiving professional with over fifteen years of experience throughout the United States and around the world, has published his new book “The Adventures of TuTu the Flying Chipmunk”: an action-packed and inspiring tale of perseverance and friendship. Jump into a […]

Getty/iStock As someone who flies regularly for work – and who has genuinely enjoyed a skydive and a lesson in a stunt plane – I never expected to develop a fear of flying. But there it was: a small, niggling feeling of unease after a flight in bad weather. And […]