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Natasha Frost


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Recent articles by Natasha:

Coronavirus rumors are hurting Chinatowns around the world

From San Francisco to London, irrational fears are keeping customers away. → Read More

Hong Kong’s woes mean 27,000 Cathay Pacific workers are being asked to go on unpaid leave

The airline's recent bad luck has left it more vulnerable to the impact of coronavirus than most. → Read More

Boeing’s troubles mean Airbus should be soaring—here’s why it isn’t

While its rival may be in the doldrums, the European manufacturer has problems of its own. → Read More

How to watch Super Bowl 54 live and for free, wherever you are

It's easier than you think. → Read More

All over the world, countries are imposing travel bans on visitors who’ve been to China

Such bans run counter to official advice from the World Health Organization. → Read More

As coronavirus looms, Australian politicians encourage domestic tourism instead

The Lucky Country is undergoing a spell of misfortune. → Read More

How Boeing's new CEO Dave Calhoun can fix its broken culture — Quartz at Work

Dave Calhoun has big questions to answer. → Read More

Boeing reports its first annual loss in more than two decades

The company now estimates total costs from the 737 Max catastrophe will exceed $18 billion. → Read More

Fatal helicopter crashes at low altitude have become more common

When low-flying helicopters encounter unexpected obstacles, the results can be tragic. → Read More

The coronavirus outbreak comes at a terrible time for China’s tourism industry

The crisis has resulted in cancelled plans, closed attractions, and grounded flights. → Read More

Belarus is perplexed by Trump’s proposed travel ban

The US had seemed intent on opening up relationships between the two countries. → Read More

Should Boeing rename the 737 Max?

Changing the name of the troubled jet might trick passengers into flying it. → Read More

We’re closer than we’ve ever been to the optimum airplane boarding procedure

Research from a team of physicists offers yet more clues. → Read More

To fulfill their carbon neutral promises, airlines must be prepared to bear the costs

Carbon offsets aren't the solution to climate change—but they're all aviation has. → Read More

Can Boeing’s new CEO rescue the troubled company?

Today is the first day of a very big job. → Read More

Tariffs on European wine will hurt everyone but their intended targets

Prepare to pay double for your bottle of Burgundy. → Read More

Delta flight attendants say their high-tech uniforms are making them sick

They're now suing the manufacturer, Lands' End, over the outfits. → Read More

The 1997 merger that paved the way for the Boeing 737 Max crisis

Only now, with the plane indefinitely grounded, are we beginning to see the scale of its effects. → Read More

Despite a disastrous 2019, Boeing’s stock finished the year up 1%

Analysts predict it will climb even higher. → Read More

Mormon women are caught between economic pressures and the word of God

Female graduates of the largest majority-Mormon university earn on average $800 a year. What gives? → Read More