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Terminal 5 of New York's JFK airport amid the novel coronavirus pandemic on May 13, 2020 (JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images)

The guilty pleasures of pandemic travel

Scott Gilmore: If your travel is essential, then you’re in for a treat. The pandemic offers a glimpse into a forgotten world when flying wasn’t hell.
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Canada’s aviation industry faces existential headwinds—and that affects you

Opinion: A pilot-training crisis is threatening to make Canada’s aviation sector unsustainable—which would lead to under-served northern communities and more cancelled flights
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Outdated medical gear is putting airplane passengers at risk

Opinion: Medical distress on planes is rising—but what each airline keeps handy, and how flight crews are trained to respond, varies wildly
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Our increasing obsession with flying, and hating every second of it

Peter Shawn Taylor: If flying is such a complaint-ridden, exhausting nightmare, why is the rate of air travel heading relentlessly skywards?
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Why are flights in Canada so expensive?

Air travel in Canada costs a small fortune, but new budget airlines are hoping to give you a break.
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Does reclining your airline seat make you an awful person?

It’s not just a question of whether it’s unethical to recline, but also whether airlines should even install reclining seats in the first place
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Security gaps persist in U.S. airports, all these years after 9/11: reports

Two internal audits suggest persistent security flaws despite the now-familiar routine of shoeless passengers
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Discount airlines are coming. Sound familiar?

A new crop of cheap carriers is coming to shake up Air Canada and WestJet’s duopoly—but it’s unclear if that’ll work this time around
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Why is flying so awful?

With more crowds and delays than ever before, air travel is going to get worse before it gets better
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Robert Murray Heath

He’d spent his life flying around the world—he even married his wife on a flight