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If found guilty, the man deserves to be handed a stiff sentence.
Having recently once again having had the opportunity to fly on his creation, I lift a glass in a toast to his achievement and legacy.
Some significant damage but a safe landing.
Newly found wreckage may give evidence of what happened.
Well done, Qantas. Nice to see a great result from a great airline.
Lots of new publicity for Air NZ, but the airline is none too pleased.
Add an airline's excuse of "it's the weather" to the list of lies we are told.
In North Korea, TV watches you.
Also one of the more expensive - $99k for an 11 night package.
Some history on the development of the 747 you may not know.
NASA stake a used 747SP and adds an infrared telescope.
If all you want is cheap, Spirit will give you cheap.
In other words, the airship crashed.
RFID chips make baggage tracking and delivery more reliable.
If you are over six feet tall, you might not want to fly on Spirit.
This one claims it will start shipping in November, so it might be more real than all the others. Not stated but implied - it will be very expensive to start with, though.
Passengers describe a nightmarish scene at Kennedy Airport when bogus reports of gunfire triggered multiple stampedes and more than two hours of panicked chaos.
Got to give the project leaders credit for thinking outside of the box.
If you think you have a lot of home repairs, take pity on this family.
In a startling chain of events, American let Scott Kirby go and United immediately hired him.
Even if pilots are needed, they should be sober!
No, says NTSB chairman.
Airports can be tough enough, but now it seems flyers have been forced to drag their bags along the side of the road just to get in and out of LaGuardia.
The 1980s-era McDonnell Douglas MD-80 was the staple of American Airlines’ domestic route network. Now its days are numbered.
There are times that it would probably be worth 40 bucks to protect your own 3/4 inch elbow rest.
From Lobster Thermidor to Hello Kitty.....
The slow-travel ride.
Airbus wants to start testing this next year. But there are still one or two important bugs to be worked out first.