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Cheer up: Japan Airlines booking tool will show the location of babies on its planes. Photograph: iStock

Being stuck on a long-haul flight within earshot of a crying baby could be a thing of the past for passengers on Japan Airlines (JAL), after the (...)

Soldiers and rescue workers search through mud covering a building destroyed by a landslide in Atsuma near Sapporo, Japan. Photograph:  Carl Court/Getty

Rescue workers with dogs searched for survivors on Friday in debris-strewn landslides caused by an earthquake in Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido, (...)

Workers conduct repair work on a destroyed embankment along Odagawa river in Mabi town in Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. A typhoon is set to add to the problems posed by recent weather events in the country. Photograph: Issei Kato/Reuters.

More than 100 flights were cancelled in Japan and residents already reeling from deadly floods sand-bagged rivers and prepared for more evacuations a(...)

Inside Ryanair flight FR7213 after the oxygen masks dropped. Photograph: Conor Brennan

Humans cannot survive long at the heights reached during flights, because the air is so thin, and so aircraft cabins are artificially maintained (...)

The number of passengers carried through Dublin by Ethiopian Airlines has grown by 37 per cent over the past three years.

The first airline to use the Boeing 787 Dreamliner from Ireland, Ethiopian Airlines, is celebrating carrying its millionth passenger through Ireland n(...)

An artist’s impression shows Boom’s 55-seat supersonic aircraft. Photograph: Reuters

Supersonic passenger travel, which died out with the Concorde’s demise in 2003, will make a comeback by the mid-2020s if three entrepreneurial US-base(...)

An artist’s impression shows Boom’s 55-seat supersonic aircraft. Photograph:  Reuters

Supersonic getting closer Supersonic travel is getting closer with a $10 million investment in Boom Supersonic by Japan Airlines (JAL). Boom Superson(...)

Guns & Guitars in Mesquite, Nevada, where Stephen Paddock had a home. Paddock bought his last home in this retirement community of 18,000, about 90 minutes from Las Vegas, seemingly with cash. As with his other properties, he spent very little time here. Photograph: Isaak Brekken/The New York Times

Stephen Paddock was a contradiction: a gambler who took no chances. A man with houses everywhere who did not really live in any of them. Someone who l(...)

Rafik Assi (centre) and his daughters Mirna (left) and Malak attend a rally in Dearborn, Michigan against a temporary travel ban signed by US president Donald Trump. Photograph: Rebecca Cook/Reuters.

Emirates airline has changed pilot and flight attendant rosters on flights to the US following the sudden travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countri(...)

Lisa Murray: ‘If you’re Irish and work hard, you’ll do well in Miami’

Lisa Murray has come a long way with her 20-plus years of management experience in the travel market, 10 years of it at C-suite level for companies i(...)

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