Another reminder that plutocracies can indeed solve problems — for plutocrats.
We’ve already rejected the servant state once. We certainly can once again.
We can funnel our virus aid tax dollars only to airlines that keep their pay gaps modest.
The government should provide direct wage subsidies to airline workers while restricting CEO pay to no more than 50 times median wages.
Thousands of subcontracted workers who prepare and deliver in-flight meals are demanding better pay and healthcare from the multibillion-dollar airline industry.
A deregulated industry made flying better—if you fly first-class. Otherwise, it’s cruel.
This carbon offsetting proposal could nearly double emissions from the airline industry.
The growing class divide on airplanes feels a lot like America’s.
The only people who get hurt if Congress slaps new trade sanctions on Iran are U.S. aviation companies.
Nearly every airline these days is addicted to fees.
Oh, I almost forgot the rest room fee.
Our highways and bridges are decaying.
The doses of radiation experienced in everyday life, especially flying long distances in jet aircraft, pose risks we should carefully heed.