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Inflight Wi-Fi Giant Won’t Dodge Class-Action Suit for False Advertising
Check your credit card statements for recurring charges if you've used Gogo to access Internet at 30,000 feet
April 25, 2015
Expect Delays at New York Airports for Next 15 Years
All three international airports in the New York area are destined to remain overcapacity for at least the ...
April 24, 2015
Are Remote Control Jumbo Jets Safer or a Terrible Idea?
The aviation industry is looking at all possible ways to prevent another Germanwings—even remote control jumbo jets
April 22, 2015
TSA Won’t Be Screening All Airport Employees Despite Insider Threats
Every time the issue of 100 percent screening for airport staff comes up, it's deemed not worth the ...
April 21, 2015
Trend in Airline Seats Puts Squeeze on Passengers
Airbus's new seat configuration that's being described as cramped and claustrophobic—and it's a sign of what's to come
April 15, 2015
Airline Quality Ratings Explain What Went Wrong With Airline Customer Service
It's bad news for airlines and worse news for U.S. air travelers.
April 15, 2015
Hackers Attack Federal Aviation Administration Computers
Hackers installed a virus on the computer networks of the Federal Aviation Administration, following warnings that air traffic ...
April 7, 2015
Fire-Prone Lithium-Ion Batteries a Big Problem for Airlines
The growing infatuation with lithium-ion batteries in electronics has a downside—they have the troubling potential to catch fire.
April 1, 2015
Is Excessive Coverage of the Germanwings Crash Distorting Reality?
One question that’s being echoed across the media landscape is: Could the Germanwings disaster have been prevented?
March 31, 2015
Pilot Suicide Crashes of Commercial Flights, Germanswings Wouldn’t Be the First
Harrowing as it sounds, there are at least 4 other incidents of a commercial airline pilot deliberating crashing ...
March 26, 2015
Could Airplane Age Be a Factor in Crash of 24-Year-Old Germanwings A320?
The Germanwings A320 that crashed into the French Alps was 24 years old, putting it into the older ...
March 24, 2015
1,400 Missing Airport Security Badges in Atlanta Isn’t the Shocking Part
This isn't the only security gap to surface in Atlanta in recent months that sheds light on a ...
March 11, 2015
Live Chihuahua Found in Checked Bag at LaGuardia
One more strange things found in a check bag: a live Chihuahua
March 7, 2015
10 Ridiculous Things Passengers Thought the TSA Wouldn’t Notice
Next time you fly, remember you can't bring a grenade replica, cell phone stun gun, or lipstick knife.
March 5, 2015
If Passengers Have to Go Through Tight Security, Why Don’t Airport Employees?
Lax security for airport employees is a 'glaring vulnerability'
February 28, 2015
LaGuardia Airport Hopes to Get Cleared for Long-Haul Flights
Airport officials are considering lifting the three-decade-old ban on flights longer than 1,500 miles from New York’s LaGuardia ...
February 26, 2015
TransAsia Pilots Shut Down Wrong Engine, Flight Data Indicates
Flight data from TransAsia GE23 reveals the pilots inexplicably shut down the good engine after reporting a "flame-out" ...
February 6, 2015
An Airline You’ve Never Heard of Now Has Sleeper Class in Economy—Sort Of
Kazakhstan's Air Astana has an innovative new concept: sleeper class in economy. It's a row of economy class ...
February 5, 2015
What Other Crashes Has TransAsia Suffered in 20 Years?
Feb. 3 crash was fifth time TransAsia has lost an aircraft since 1995, and the seventh overall safety ...
February 4, 2015
TransAsia Pilots Made Mayday Call Reporting Engine Flame
TransAsia Airways flight GE235 made a mayday call shortly after it took off in Taipei, Taiwan reporting an ...
February 4, 2015
UPDATED: TransAsia Airways Plane Crash: Video Shows Airplane Accident Taipei, Taiwan (Photos)
A TransAsia Airways plane with 58 people on board crashed in a river in Taipei, Taiwan, on Tuesday, ...
February 3, 2015
Schumer Wants Airline, Airport Workers Screened for Guns
ALBANY, N.Y.—Sen. Charles Schumer called Wednesday for daily federal screening of airport and airline workers for weapons following ...
January 7, 2015
Low-Cost Culture a Risk Factor in Airline Safety
In the past few years, Southeast Asian airlines have experienced remarkable growth, driven primarily by the rapid expansion ...
January 2, 2015
Fuel Costs Ease, US Airline Profits Soar
Profits are soaring at the biggest U.S. airlines as fuel prices drop — but don't expect fares to ...
October 23, 2014
Thousands of Airline Pilots Witness UFOs
The National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena has documented 3,500 UFO sightings by military, commercial, and civilian ...
May 5, 2013
Space Command Chief: Developing ‘Space Warfighters’ Is a Priority
Pence Did Not Discuss Investigations in Warsaw Meeting With Zelensky, 2 Witnesses Confirm
US Will No Longer View Israeli Settlements as Illegal, Pompeo Announces
Hong Kong Police Deploying New Weapons During Intense Clashes at Hong Kong College Campus
House Republicans Introduce Legislation to Improve Federal Budget Process
Democrat Who Voted Against Impeachment Says House Colleagues Are ‘Tired’ and ‘Bored’ of Effort
Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Release of Trump’s Taxes