Captain Eric Ziegler was unable to eject before his F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed during a training exercise Tuesday night, according to Air Force officials. He leaves behind a wife and 9-month-old daughter.
Air Jamaica will close out its 42 year legacy on Thursday, its final day of operation before officially merging under the Caribbean Airlines callsign and its “BW” code.
American Airlines is in negotiations with Boeing and Airbus to purchase at least 250 new narrowbody jets, according to a Wall Street Journal Report.
The U.S. Air Force on Wednesday said search and rescue efforts were still being conducted for the missing pilot of an F-16 aircraft that crashed Tuesday evening in Nevada.
A Bell 47 helicopter lands on Mont Blanc, B-26 Invaders make first bombing runs over Korea, a Fairey Gyrodyne sets a new helicopter speed record, Fokker C-2 makes the first nonstop flight from mainland US to Hawaii, and more…
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Monday said it will fine the Boeing Company for more than $1 million after the airline failed to correct a known problem in production and installation of the central passenger oxygen system in its 777 airliners.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps test-fired fourteen missiles on Tuesday on its second day of exercises, officials said.
The 2011 Paris Air Show was the best ever for Airbus, earning firm orders for 418 aircraft worth about $44 billion at list prices, compared to only 47 planes valued at $7.5 billion for Boeing.
The all-solar-powered aircraft that is expected to make the world’s first around-the-world flight of its kind next year gave audiences at the Paris Air Show a 20-minute demo on Sunday.