What Does America's Pilot Shortage Reveal About Higher Education?
The United States is the only country in the world with major airlines that require four-year degrees in order to be a pilot.
What Happens When an Air Travel Brand Becomes Synonymous With Disaster
Even if Boeing can assure safety on the plane, the bigger issue for the company might now be one of perception.
Viewfinder: Hundreds of TSA Screeners and Agents Call in Sick at Airports as the Shutdown Continues
Passengers wait in a Transportation Security Administration line at John F. Kennedy International Airport on January 9th, 2019, in New York City.
Wetland Conservation Coexists with Airport Preservation
While common sense says more water by an airport means more waterfowl for planes to hit, wetland conservationists point out that not all birds contest the skyways.