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Ma Won Chun, the designer of Pyongyang’s new airport disappeared last year and was allegedly executed for "for corrupt practices and failure to follow orders."
Persian Gulf carrier’s move latest in months-long spat with biggest U.S. rivals.
It's so wasteful as to drive one to drink.
Is this REALLY the product the traveling public's been crying out for?
It's the Royal Flush in Waco, Texas.
Heathrow Terminal 1 will close on Monday after 47 years.
The zombie-themed cruise will sail from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas Jan. 15-18, 2016 aboard the Norwegian Pearl.
An unnamed federal agency has confirmed there were no survivors.
There are air travelers who book longer flights for a better wine list.
Nice airport, but too bad many are starving from the drought and abysmal centrally planned (non) economy.
Deal with China Aviation Supplies Holding Co. in Paris includes option for 30 more.
Some might say the source of the fuel will match UAL's quality of service delivered to passengers.
Don't drink and fly with us is the message of British budget airline Jet2.
An Egyptian TV show subjected actress Paris Hilton to a terrifying "hoax plane crash."
Welcome to Kingfisher.
A four-seater twin-propeller experimental airplane was flight-tested this month at a Federal Aviation Administration-designated site in New York.
Given the continuing lack of demand for four-engined aircraft, not a surprising announcement.
The plane was found crashed on a Southeast Alaska cliffside.
There are now thousands of "glamorous camping" facilities around the world.
No surprises here to frequent flyers. Planes don't have enough storage space for everyone's carry-on luggage.
The rebel airline's checked-luggage charge has arrived, and so has the hate mail: 'We're so over'
Any writer who uses the archaic "stewardess" obviously isn't an experienced traveler.
The woman was struck while on the tarmac at a South Carolina airport.
Don't bring your selfie stick to Disney World or any other Disney property worldwide.
This in-depth look at Marilyn Hartman, who has repeatedly smuggled herself aboard flights, is both poignant and revealing.
Who wouldn't be similarly tempted?
Drinking water on board 14 Cathay Pacific aircraft – around 10 per cent of its entire fleet – was found to be tainted.
Singer Courtney Love tweeted, "they've ambushed our car and are holding our driver hostage. they're beating the cars with metal bats."
Consumer groups are urging the Transportation Department to rein in change fees for airline tickets but, unsurprisingly, airlines disagree.
United announced Wednesday the consolidation of its global pilot training operations to its existing training center in Stapleton.