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Transportation: Air Travel

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Resurgent passenger aviation following the coronavirus pandemic has created shortages of jet fuel, pushing up airlines' operating costs and fares. U.S. jet fuel inventories stood at just 36.5 million barrels on February 10, according to data from t

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The Federal Aviation Administration recently widened the acceptable range for heart rhythms for commercial pilots based on "new scientific evidence" which they won't disclose, according to Just the News, which reached out to the agency for comment.

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Outside the United States, in countries ranging from Argentina and Malaysia to Finland and Fiji, airlines essentially operate as a public utility, not an opportunity for big CEO paydays, writes Sam Pizzigati.

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Flight is one of the most amazing things mankind has achieved. Can you imagine what people from ancient times would thing about flying in a jumbo jet? But the truth is we've only just begun developing aircraft technology and the future will be comp