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The dramatic photo, taken by a "plane watcher," shows the instant the plane's wing hits the tarmac, and amazingly the plane landed safely.
Her family claims a 98-year-old woman was left unattended in her wheelchair for 90 minutes after an international flight.
Santee Sioux leaders plan to grow their own pot and sell it in a smoking lounge that includes a nightclub, arcade games, bar and food service, and eventually, slot machines.
"We must maintain the glory of Everest climbing," Mohan Krishna Sapkota, joint secretary of Nepal's Ministry of Tourism, said.
Six British tourists are facing obscenity charges after an early morning post-drinking escapade.
The flight from Australia to Hong Kong landed in Indonesia when an engine on the A330 had to be shut down, with some passengers fearing the wing was on fire.
Flying cargo containers? Boeing is getting into the act. No mention of MPG, however.
Airbus, despite Boeing's 20-year head start, has delivered 6,000 A320-series planes.
An undisclosed stop by a flight in rural China caused non-visa holding pax to be detained in prison. Airline denies all responsibility.
The Belgian tourist was hospitalized with a black eye and broken tooth after allegedly being attacked by waiters at Trattoria Casanova.
He was simply a victim of the "Involuntary Denied Boarding" policy, and holding United Elite status might have been more useful than his Nobel Prize.
If you can't make it to Munich, you can still celebrate in various U.S. locations.
The new CEO acknowledged the carrier's varied troubles in a recent letter to frequent fliers saying, "We can do better."
It's called Brave Men's Bridge for a reason.
Those who have made purchases at Hilton-owned properties during the past year should review their credit card records.
The passenger, who claims it was a misunderstanding, was arrested, fined 600 Euros, and banned from flying by KLM Airlines for five years.
Another example of government efficiency.
Will this final blending of two airlines work better than the UAL/Con merger? Let's hope so.
While dramatic to watch, a representative of a pilots' association said "this type of crosswind landing is nothing out of the ordinary."
Another way to access the jet lag diet hack.
Airbus has submitted a patent for economy-class sleeping accommodation.
Amtrak will start charging $20 to passengers who exceed restrictions for carry-on and personal items.
The mother's grateful Facebook post has been shared by nearly 85,000 people and received dozens of comments since it was posted last week.
A three-room suite, complete with chef and butler, is available between London and Abu Dhabi for $20,000 each way.
A flight attendant caught with a passenger inside a plane lavatory has been fired after admitting she had "seduced" many passengers during flights for large fees.
Time will tell whether Oscar Munoz can improve United's faded reputation.
United offered a $300 credit toward a future United flight but the couple is unsure about flying the airline again.
Uh, to say the least, not good.
The woman who gave birth on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship says she wrapped towels around the 1 1/2-pound boy and, with the help of medical staff, kept him alive until the ship reached port.
The '64 Olympics debuted the Shinkansen -- the high-speeds trains still in use. What will this Olympics bring to the table?