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The striking pilots don't seem to understand that the market, not them nor the employer, sets the wages.
There has been a remarkably small number of air accidents this year - a testament to the stringent safety standards now in place around the world.
The female passenger, who opened an emergency exit, jumped off the wing, and took off running as the pilot wait for an open gate, is now under psychiatric evaluation.
The World Trade Organization says Boeing got an illegal tax break from Washington State as part of $8.7 billion in aid to assemble the 777X and manufacture the jetliner’s carbon-fiber wing there.
If you're a regular reader here, probably not a problem for you, but may be worth passing on to someone who is afraid of flying.
I was told I'd need one for car rental in Italy. We'll see if that's true. (Though I did get one!)
A list worth checking.
The outlook looks grim for those of us who are obese frequent fliers.
Florida Governor Rick Scott announced Monday that a record 85 million tourists visited the state during the first nine months of 2016.
That's what this article suggests. But no lines means over-installing extra equipment and resources for peaks, and that means more money and more space. Dream on.....
A gauge of how often Kayak, Hopper and Google Flights make the right call to buy or wait.
If you take the time to look, there's more than just mega casinos in Macau.
This is on top of nearly 2,800 flights canceled during a four-day walkout last week.
Two people were injured when an airport catering truck overran a barricade at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
You do have a copy of everything in your wallet, don't you?
New Airbus has just 44 fewer seats than the latest-model 747.
Las Vegas tops the list for collecting fees from travelers using taxis, shuttle buses or other forms of ground transportation.
A graphene type super-capacitor. Seems amazing, but far from ready for commercial release, like so many other battery technologies.
The two-day action over pay is on and about 100,000 passengers are expected to be affected.
A cup of coffee was spilled in the 16-year-old's lap and he and his father claim crew members were less than helpful.
The airline allegedly is investigating ‘digital pills’ for passengers to swallow that will tell flight staff if they are feeling comfortable.
Details still emerging, LaMia Airlines charter plane may have had an 'electrical fault' and crashed shortly after taking off.
His ambition is to offer zero fares and make money from sharing revenues with airports, although some travelers might choose Ryanair only if paid to fly it.
Asking for more alcohol when you're already drunk and the plane is still on the runway is not the way to keep a low profile.
Lufthansa canceled 830 short- and medium-haul flights on Friday affecting 100,000 passengers.
A United Airlines plane clipped wings with a WestJet plane parked at a gate, leaving both unable to fly.
A photo essay.
As the article asks, how long before the US carriers get fully pressured by low cost intl competitors too?
BA's world headquarters, built for £200 million in 1998, would have to be destroyed to make room for a new runway. Poetic justice? All the more so because BA would effectively end up paying for it, too!
Not too bad of a list.