Patrouille de France takes to the skies over Stewart. Editorials

PHOTOS: Patrouille de France Returns To The Skies Over Stewart Airport

Correspondent Mark Kolanowski was on hand last weekend as the Patrouille de France performed a private air show at Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, NY

Although modern engines can have a  dispatch reliability rate of 99.97% or better, sometimes everything does not go according to plan. Editorials

AOG: What really happens when your airplane breaks

What happens behind the scenes when an airplane has a mechanical issue and can’t depart as scheduled? Let’s join the parts specialists and operations staff.

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A Look At The Laws: What Is Required When You’re Denied Boarding

Take a look at what the government does and doesn’t require airlines to do when you’re denied boarding for your flight.

Though operated by one of their regional carriers, United Airlines is facing public backlash following a viral video of a removed passenger. (Photo by David Xian, All Rights Reserved, via NYCAviation Photo Hangar. Aviation News

Overbooking, Bumping, Removal, Regional Airlines, and Your Rights

After United appeared in the news for the “dragging” removal of a passenger, many are asking what bumping, overbooking and passenger rights are.

The proposed 3rd runway would lay pavement parallel to the existing runway 13/31, northeast to southeast over the East River. Editorials

Not So Fast: Would 3rd Runway on Rikers Island Alleviate LaGuardia’s Ailments?

NYC wanting to close Rikers Island is bringing along the idea of adding a 3rd runway to LaGuardia, but does it pass the sniff test?

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‘The Daily Show’ Explains Why Congress Worked Together To End FAA Furloughs

Typically, it takes months for Congress to come to any sort of meaningful bipartisan decision. Last week, however, Congress managed to fix the FAA furloughs in a matter of days. Why? ‘The Daily Show’ takes a look. T...
by Jason Rabinowitz


Germany Returns Impounded Jet of Thailand’s Crown Prince

The royal jet that was impounded at a German airport last month in order to settle a dispute between the Thai government and a German construction company was released after the government agreed to pay a bond for its release.
by BNO News



Saudi Arabian Airlines to Become First Middle Eastern Member of SkyTeam

Saudi Arabian Airlineson Monday signed an agreement to join SkyTeam in 2012. The airline will be SkyTeam's first member from the Middle East, adding 35 new destinations to the alliance network.
by BNO News

Models Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima and Erin Heatherton pose in front of the Victoria's Secret helicopter N533HC in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Photos: Victoria’s Secret Helicopter Delivers Models to Paradise

The lingerie retailer painted a helicopter pink to fly Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, and Erin Heatherton around Puerto Rico.
by NYCAviation Staff


Small Plane Crash in Southern Ohio Injures Two

A small airplane crashed Sunday near the Lawrence County Airpark in Chesapeake, Ohio, injuring the pilot and a passenger, local media reported.
by BNO News


Crashed Red Wings Airlines Tupolev Tu-204 at Moscow Vnukovo Airport.

Red Wings Airlines Plane Crash At Moscow Airport Kills Four

A Red Wings Airlines Tupolev Tu-204 airliner crashed in Moscow on Saturday, killing 4 people and seriously injuring the 4 others onboard.
by Matt Molnar

The Bundesrepublic Deutscheland German Air Force Airbus A310-304 "Theodor Heuss" 10-22, now registered to Mahan Air in Iran as EP-VIP.

Germany’s ‘Air Force One’ Sold to Iran

In the midst of renewed calls from the U.S. and Europe to tighten trade sanctions against Iran, an Airbus A310 formerly used by the German Chancellor was delivered to its new owners in Tehran, Mahan Air.
by Matt Molnar

Lion Air Crash In Bali

Lion Air 737 Lands Short Of Runway In Bali, Splashes Into Sea

A Lion Air 737 falls short of the runway, impacting water and splitting into two.
by Jason Rabinowitz