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The US Air Force operates "Janet Airlines," flying employees from Las Vegas to the secretive Area 51 military base.
The Ocean Infinity has has beem hired for a hard one task: to find whatever is left of flight MH370, a Boeing 777-200ER that left Kuala Lumpur on March 8th 2014 with 239 people on board and vanished over the Indian Ocean.
Massive delays coupled with poor communication are no way to run an airport.
CBS reports continuing long delays and compounding cancellations at JFK Sunday, several days after a major winter storm battered the area.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent stationed in northwest Washington is accused of sharing nude photos and sexually explicit messages with teen girls.
The right wing of an empty China Southern Airlines 777 struck the tail of a Kuwait Airways 777, but no injuries were reported.
Maybe, just maybe, we'll no longer have to be embarrassed about the condition of US airports.
Not fun, but Singapore Airlines continued to take care of its passengers.
Not really news to airplane nerds, but still interesting.
The state is suing hotel chain Motel 6 for providing guest lists to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents for at least two years without the guests' knowledge or consent.
Airbus tries a Hail Mary pass to saved it foundering A380 program.
When it rains it pours.
He managed to talk himself into being arrested after he was removed for intoxication from a Spirit Airlines flight.
The airport's Friday reopening has been compounded by further disasters - such as a plane needing to turn back for an emergency landing after a false alarm and a collision on the tarmac.
Caribbean nations ravaged by recent hurricanes are selling citizenship at dramatically discounted prices in an effort to raise emergency funds, sparking concerns of abuse.
She got an entire plane to herself after accidentally scoring a seat on a flight intended solely for airline staff.
Since 1969 Boeing has produced more than 1,500 jumbo jets. But around two-thirds of these have now been scrapped, written off, or placed in storage.
United Airlines flight 895 from Chicago to Hong Kong was grounded overnight for "maintenance," and the passenger was hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation.
Snow and wind at major transit hubs forced more than 4,000 flights to be canceled Thursday.
The Sea Princess ship docked in Brisbane after a two-week round trip between Brisbane and New Zealand.
Though just focusing on a Canadian problem, this is a world-wide issue.
Is D.B. Cooper still among us?
A Seattle Times aerospace reporter claims that Alaska's focus on cost controls has left its own employees seriously disgruntled with management.
Passengers and crew members reported feeling ill, according to a Jet Blue statement.
In fiscal year 2017, which ended Sept. 30, the government searched the devices of 30,200 people, the vast majority leaving the country, up from 19,051 in fiscal year 2016.
Fire broke out on an empty Sunwing plane after it clipped a stationary WestJet plane while being towed out of a gate.
In Russia, for example, a gift bouquet should contain an odd number of flowers.
The "bomb cyclone" storm system forced the closure of runways at John F. Kennedy International.
A passenger rights advocate is suing Air Transat and the Canadian Transportation Agency over their handling of an incident that stranded hundreds of passengers on the Ottawa airport tarmac for hours.
The young Canadian and his father were returned to Miami.