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Microsoft’s co-founder jumps into the billionaire space race with a plane to launch rockets.
Airlines are increasingly choosing to fly over Norway on USA-bound routes, providing a windfall for air traffic operators in the Scandinavian country.
The concourse trains that run underground malfunctioned at Denver International Airport two different times Wednesday morning.
Viral videos show Canadians from Newfoundland and Labrador making the best of a bad situation during a flight delay.
The World Trade Center's developer has reached a $95.2 million settlement of all claims against American Airlines Group Inc, United Continental Holdings Inc and other aviation defendants.
The flight from San Francisco to Toronto was disrupted by a passenger who apparently "did not have his medication."
Sounds benign, but what about data security and the opportunity for governments to use the information learned for nefarious purposes?
"One guest asked me what time the 24-hour gym opened!"
This is a black eye for an airline that is generally well liked by customers.
An "internal document" states that those who pay the lowest fares will have to wait at the departure gate and board after everyone else.
From Alaska’s ‘bridge to nowhere’ to Pyongyang’s Hotel of Doom, via a €1bn arts centre that leaks, here are the world’s most high-profile wastes of capital.
Food in the nude if you're not a prude.
The CT scanners, similar to those used in hospitals, give the viewer 3-D images that make it much easier to distinguish and isolate items in your bags.
The Federal Trade Commission is now looking into TripAdvisor’s business practices.
Find your place in the "pecking order."
The first step will be a single-pilot commercial aircraft.
Comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen has offered to pay the fines for six Czech tourists reportedly detained by authorities in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana for dressing up as his character Borat.
His journey to becoming the king of the Radiator Springs ride began in 2012.
Fortunately for passengers, the airport resumed service about 90 minutes later.
Not many surprises on these rankings.
What could possibly go wrong?
Pilots with Air France's budget airline Hop! have threatened to strike during the end-of-year holiday period if negotiations over working conditions remain blocked.
The Transportation Security Administration has bad news for tens of millions of Thanksgiving holiday travelers.
American Airlines still hasn't offered an explanation of what went wrong on this August flight.
The pictures range from cracked engines to cute animals.
We shall see if and when supersonic flight is once again a reality.
"The TSA has a history of failing to uphold basic security standards."
So far so good.
The two are believed to have died from an accidental overdose from the over-the-counter medicine they took for their symptoms.
There are two - count them - theories as to why.