How many travelers are opting in to masking during the busy summer travel season?
Author: Sheldon H. Jacobson, Ph.D., opinion contributor
The unintended consequences (and benefits) of high energy costs
The biggest unknown is whether the current jump in energy prices is temporary or permanent.
Here’s what the Highland Park mass murder tells us. Will anyone listen?
If our nation is to reduce gun violence, risk-based gun ownership is a reasonable and viable path forward.
Delays and canceled flights don’t have to be the new norm
What can airlines do today to address the impending summer air travel Armageddon?
What the data show on striking down Roe
Like all laws and policies, there are certain to be unintended consequences.
Call to end inbound international flight testing is correct, for all the wrong reasons
Airlines asked to end mandatory COVID-19 testing for passengers on inbound international flights.
Universal firearm background checks are grounded in data science analytics
Not employing risk-based decision-making ignores the benefits that data science analytics offers to decision-makers.
Census Bureau miscounts could have midterm consequences
Nothing can be done to correct the consequences of population undercounts or overcounts on apportionment.
What airlines need to do to make air travelers more satisfied
Airlines must think strategically to improve the customer experience.
Air travel is about to change
Air travel has gone through a roller coaster ride during the COVID-19 pandemic