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The right wing of an empty China Southern Airlines 777 struck the tail of a Kuwait Airways 777, but no injuries were reported.
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.
The "bomb cyclone" storm system forced the closure of runways at John F. Kennedy International.
A US-based seabed exploration firm is moving a vessel closer to a possible search area for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in expectation of a contract with Malaysia to resume the search.
Tis a costly privilege to park at Heathrow.
Why the rat wanted to leave Oakland is a matter of speculation.
Those who fly on jet airplanes frequently face higher exposure to cosmic radiation.
The passenger protested that he touched the woman “politely” on her back — not her buttocks — to get her attention and order a drink.
It seems airports are going to the dogs.
The evacuation supposedly only lasted five minutes in the 11-degree (F) weather but passengers had to go through TSA security again.
Fire broke out on an empty Sunwing plane after it clipped a stationary WestJet plane while being towed out of a gate.
Not fun, but Singapore Airlines continued to take care of its passengers.
Snow and wind at major transit hubs forced more than 4,000 flights to be canceled Thursday.
An inflight fight featuring both pilots out of the cockpit at one point.
Plane entertainment systems are expensive and heavy. Most people now have a screen with them. Eliminating them makes sense.
Here's a feel-good story to start off 2018.
The pilots of Flight 1943 from Detroit to Atlanta saw a small bird in the flight deck and returned to Detroit to “avoid a potential distraction” during the flight.
The family says they were told the next flight they could get on would be two days, and claim Southwest has neither apologized nor offered compensation for the false allegation.
Always amazes me how once-valuable aircraft (of all kinds) go from very expensive to scrap.
The A380 could quickly follow the 747 into aircraft heaven.
Maybe, just maybe, we'll no longer have to be embarrassed about the condition of US airports.
United Airlines flight 895 from Chicago to Hong Kong was grounded overnight for "maintenance," and the passenger was hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation.
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 plane had sat on the tarmac at the Malaga, Spain airport for 30 minutes.
The Charlotte-bound flight returned to the gate at Boston and evacuated after passengers noticed an odor in the cabin.
No jets crashed in passenger service anywhere in the world.
A diet expert ranks the food from first to worst.
The woman rode her motorized wheelchair onto an escalator at Portland International Airport and subsequently died.
Alas, if airlines only put so much effort into real customer service.
Two passengers in first class gave them their blankets, but a flight attendant in coach, where the players were sitting, accused them of stealing the blankets,