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When creating new flight paths in and out of airports, the FAA forgot to consider the impact of the plane noise on existing residents. Ooops.
Can the combination of two hypesters who continually over promise but under deliver produce a success? Where's Branson's rocket ship and Musk's Tesla Model 3? We shall see if the third time's the charm.
Given the dangers of LI batteries, more study certainly seems to be in order.
There's a rising demand for special service from people claiming allergies. But are these claims real, or just them trying to satisfy their preferences?
Ah, political corruption. One of the few world-wide phenomenons.
Best solution to a problem of shortages is higher wages.
The man who grabbed the microphone at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport has been immortalized in a viral video.
Boeing plans to make use of long-range lasers to help pilots detect turbulence ahead of time.
More time taxiing than flying. And possibly driving would be faster.
When and if it flys, I'll believe it.
If you tried, you couldn't make up more-stupid airline behavior.
Has Airbus bought a strong competitor to its own A320?
A meditation on an unplanned digital detox.
Gee, poor service delivery can lead to poor financial performance.
Really, just really?!
Seems that Boeing's pressure on Bombardier might be backfiring on Boeing. Karma's a great thing.
Most are probably good places to visit as well.
Why you should never believe photographs.
Another elegy for the soon-to-depart queen of the sky.
After three-and-a-half years and the most-expensive underwater search, still no answers.
Six month delay in deciding who will buy Alitalia, now end of April 2018.
The airline 'misplaced' the paperwork for the body of a traffic accident victim it was transporting to Mexico, delaying her burial.
“Patience, please,” Oscar Munoz counseled. “Sell!” the market responded. Another pathetic performance by the airline's "management" team.
UAL can't run a good airline, so they try a restaurant to attract premium flyers? Try better-trained staff among other things.
An interesting process. It isn't simple.
More than 100 cockroaches were found on two international flights bound for the southern Chinese city of Kunming.
The incident occurred in February on Delta Flight 1583 from San Francisco to New York.
Not exactly a bucket-list sorta place.
Again, I'll believe it when I see it.
110,000 passengers stranded overseas, but UK govt will fly them home for free.