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One can only say Amen and it's about time!
A step in the right direction to empower customer-facing employees. Let's see if it works or spreads to other carriers.
The passenger said he was covered in dozens of itchy bites after taking a £4,000 (US $5,500) flight from London to Cape Town to spend the New Year with his family.
Another instance of a "terminal dump" resulting in increased security "out of an abundance of caution."
An Aeromexico flight had to abort its landing at SFO when it was discovered it was lined up to land on the wrong runway.
The search for the debris and flight data recorders will begin soon, covering 25,000 sq km in the southern Indian Ocean.
Jet's senior most Boeing 777 commander was flying as co-pilot and his female deputy was the pilot of this flight.
Though just focusing on a Canadian problem, this is a world-wide issue.
Is D.B. Cooper still among us?
CBS reports continuing long delays and compounding cancellations at JFK Sunday, several days after a major winter storm battered the area.
One would have to bet that Airbus has a zero or worse profit margin on this deal.
Emirates may switch to 777s and 787s rather than the Airbus behemoths.
Anyone at Newark Liberty International Airport between 6:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 2 may have been exposed and could develop symptoms as late as Jan. 23.
A female flight attendant and another person have been arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle nearly $500,000 in foreign exchange out of India.
Pretty amazing that Boeing delivered nearly 16 planes a week!
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), which advises the aviation industry on infrastructure issues, says an additional $4 billion a year is needed to keep up with growing demand.
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.
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.
Just for subsonic planes though. The article doesn't mention how the jet stream can slow the east-to-west flights too.
Photos reveal the spectacular spot overlooking the Black Sea where the Pegasus 737 ended up at Trabzon Airport, but fortunately there were no injuries.
China is touchy about this subject.
The fuel vent cover landed on the hood of a moving car after the A320 took off from John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California.
This comes a day after photos showed dozens, if not hundreds, of bags piled underneath a terminal ramp alongside snow piles.
The man subsequently told police at Phuket International Airport he was unaware of his antics, revealing he had taken too many “sex drugs”.
Airbus tries a Hail Mary pass to saved it foundering A380 program.
When it rains it pours.
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.