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He managed to talk himself into being arrested after he was removed for intoxication from a Spirit Airlines flight.
Not really news to airplane nerds, but still interesting.
The cunning Kiwis claimed they were in international waters and thus exempt from an alcohol ban being enforced on New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula.
The cougar appeared to have a Utah State Fish and Game tag, but the TSA allegedly "held the man at the airport" even though the TSA has no powers of arrest.
What sounds to be a simple choice, isn't.
Sometimes the Magic Kingdom is less than magical.
A spoonful of sugar, and of course a stiff upper lip.
They had the logo of Clooney's Casamigos tequila and came with a note “apologizing ahead of time” if the twins cried.
The photographer is a corporate pilot who flies business jets for a living, along with a photography business.
Stop, just stop.
She got an entire plane to herself after accidentally scoring a seat on a flight intended solely for airline staff.
The Dutch pilot of a Boeing 747-8 cargo plane makes excellent use of his camera.
The sad demise of Simon the Giant Rabbit while flying on United Airlines is just one of the year's travel nightmares.
The stabbing occurred in a parking lot after the Russian domestic flight from Moscow landed in Kaliningrad.
Air India issued an apology and assured appropriate corrective actions.
Two Malaysian politicians have slammed the flight crew uniforms of local airlines Firefly, Malindo, and AirAsia, saying their revealing designs could “arouse passengers.”
For starters, a toilet roll kept in place with a toothbrush.
A man who had earned a living writing positive TripAdvisor reviews for restaurants at $13 each wanted to expose the "epidemic of fakery" on the internet’s most trusted review site.
Their asinine antics could land them in serious trouble.
Even pilots have boarded the wrong plane.
In Russia, for example, a gift bouquet should contain an odd number of flowers.
Hawaiian Airlines Flight 446 took off from Auckland, New Zealand at 12:05 a.m. on January 1, 2018, landing nine hours and 10 minutes later in Honolulu, at 10:15 a.m on December 31, 2017.
Forget about bedbugs or mysterious stains — some of the practices at a trio of Chinese hotels in Harbin are far more disturbing.
Owners claim the grounded Boeing is the only plane in the world licensed for weddings.
A 64-year-old Jordanian claims that his VW Beetle hotel is the smallest in the world.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, goat yoga at the Denver airport.
The Vietjet calendar features "scantily clad beauties" posing inside and outside of a Vietjet airliner.
In one year just 24 people traveled to or from the Barry Links train station in Angus, Scotland.
Nautical history has played a big part in the convention of boarding on the left.
The photos include a green mush and bizarre-looking burgers.