Niraj Chokshi Reporter
  • New York
  • The New York Times

Niraj Chokshi is a business reporter at The New York Times. He writes about transportation, with a focus on autonomous vehicles, airlines and logistics. He was previously a general assignment reporter at The Times and The Washington Post, where he also reported on trends in state politics.

96 Articles
18 days ago
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U.S. Fines Airlines More Than $7 Million for Not Providing Refunds

The Transportation Department penalties come after many travelers have expressed frustration about flight delays, can...

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about 1 month ago
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Airlines Cash In as Flexible Work Changes Travel Patterns

Untethered from desks, passengers are flying more often and in different ways. Carriers expect the new habits to endu...

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2 months ago
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United Airlines to End Service at J.F.K. Airport

The airline said it was too small to compete at the airport and would cease flights there at the end of October.

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2 months ago
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U.S. Suit Over Alliance of American Airlines and JetBlue Goes to Trial

The Justice Department antitrust case contends that the carriers’ cooperation in Boston and New York reduces competit...

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2 months ago
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While You’re in the Air, Pilots’ Key Partners May Be Working From Home

Two airlines allow dispatchers, who share operational authority over flights, to do their jobs remotely. Some in the ...

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2 months ago
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Boeing Reaches $200 Million Settlement With Regulators Over Its 737 Max

The S.E.C. said Boeing had misled investors by suggesting that human error was to blame for two deadly crashes, and o...

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2 months ago
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Pandemic Unemployment Fraud Estimate Is Raised to $45.6 Billion

A federal watchdog tripled its earlier estimate of benefits that the U.S. government paid to people who weren’t entit...

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2 months ago
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Pandemic Unemployment Fraud Estimate Is Raised to $45.6 Billion

A federal watchdog tripled its earlier estimate of benefits that the U.S. government paid to people who weren’t entit...

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2 months ago
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Railroads’ Strategy Thrilled Wall Street, but Not Customers and Workers

Freight railways pushed to streamline their operations and improve their profit margins. Critics say the approach lef...

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3 months ago
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Workers Say Railroads’ Efficiency Push Became Too Much

Employees say the inflexibility of scheduling upended their personal lives. The companies say they maintained service...

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3 months ago
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Workers Say Railroads’ Efficiency Push Became Too Much

Employees say the inflexibility of scheduling upended their personal lives. The companies say they maintained service...

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3 months ago
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Amtrak Is Scrambling to Restore Canceled Trains

The rail service had started canceling all long-distance passenger trains on Wednesday because of the possible work s...

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