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What's next for first class air travel: floating beds

Image of a novel design for a first-class airline passenger suite
How first class air travel could look in the future. Photo courtesy of Teague

3 U.S. airlines will let some mask violators return to their flights

Photo of a Delta airplane about to lift off in the background as a United airplane's tail is seen in the foreground of an airport
A Delta Airlines plane takes off at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Virginia on Dec. 24, 2021. Photo: Eric Lee/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Electric aviation startup Beta Technologies raises $375 million

A Beta Technologies' ALIA aircraft
An ALIA aircraft from Vermont-based Beta Technologies. Photo courtesy of Brian Jenkins/BETA Technologies
Shawna Chen
Updated Apr 19, 2022 - Economy & Business

How companies are responding to traveler mask mandate ruling

Photo of a masked person walking toward an automatic glass door that has a sticker saying "Face coverings required"
The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va., on April 14. Photo: Ting Shen/Xinhua via Getty Images

Corporate travel recovery snagged by new concerns

Rivian opportunity at risk

Image of Amazon electric delivery vans coming off the assembly line at Rivian's factory in Illinois.
Amazon electric delivery vans coming off the assembly line at Rivian's factory in Illinois. Photo: Joann Muller/Axios

Auto shows tackle steep learning curve on EVs

The electric vehicle test track at the New York auto show.
Consumers will be able to ride in half a dozen electric vehicles on an indoor test track at the New York Auto Show, which opens this weekend at the Javits Center. Photo: Joann Muller

Pedestrian fatalities rose post-pandemic lockdown

The summer of "revenge travel"

Illustration of Benjamin Franklin holding a tropical cocktail while wearing a sunhat and sunglasses.
Illustration: Maura Losch/Axios