AIR TRAVEL

If We Ever Go On Vacations Again

If this COVID crap ever ends, you'll want to get away.

Listen to 'Flashback': The Hockey Injury That Launched Air Travel

Why the story of human flight begins on a frozen pond in Dayton, Ohio.

Why the Soviet Red Baron Matters Today

The Soviet Red Baron wasn’t actually Russian, and while he wasn’t recognized in his own lifetime, his discoveries could shape the future of transportation.

Can Weird-Looking Planes Save the Planet?

The shape of passenger airplanes has remained largely the same since the 1950s.

OZY TV

Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Want to Work From an Island in 2021?

Remote workers could prove the new lifeblood for travel-starved tourist destinations.

The Planes the Coronavirus Won’t Bring Down: National Carriers

The crisis is giving state-owned carriers a rare edge over private airlines.

Flying Dirty: Why Airlines Emissions Rise Even When They Try to Cut

Airlines are increasing their carbon footprint despite cutting per-passenger emissions.

How Pan Am Helped the Allies Win WWII in Africa

With airlines out of the skies, it's worth remembering the ways they have changed the world for the better.

Bunk Beds and Separated Seats: Airlines Plot Economy Comfort to Lure Flyers

Comfort and luxury have long been limited to business and first-class cabins, while cheap tickets were the lure airlines used to attract economy passengers.

OZY PODCAST

The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Can Frequent Flyer Miles Save Airlines?

Your award miles are probably safe … and could save the airlines too.

Future of Flight: Time to Take Off

An OZY original series on what to expect when you next take to the skies.

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