The Information Age has redefined how people get their information when breaking news happens. No longer is your choice simply between cable networks and broadcast networks, now there are specialty websites and Twitter accounts to consider as well. This is especially true when it comes to aviation events such as the recent Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 or Ethiopian Airlines Flight 702 incidents. Because when it comes to picking your source for aviation news, we know you have a choice.
Taking care of your brand by taking care of your customers is something that not every airline understands these days. Why is it so important, and which airlines fail and which succeed?
People jumped onto the internet Tuesday and saw the shockingly intense video of Monday’s National Airlines 747 crash that took place just after takeoff from Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. Though it is so very early in the investigation, early speculation indicates that it may have been a shift in the cargo load on the aircraft, […]
Much of the internet is under the belief that Ann Coulter marched off of a plane because the pilot was a black woman. But is it true?
American Airlines revealed its new look on Thursday, tossing out the polished metal and Helvetica in favor of gray paint and Fruitiger.
A device that turned out to be a toothbrush caused a partial shutdown of Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport this past Friday.
Two more wasted men—one of them an airline pilot—made headlines on Friday when each disrupted separate flights to New York.
Here’s an actor named Bronson Pelletier whipping it out and peeing on the rug in front of hundred of LAX passengers late last month.
Attention public relations professionals: Do you have access to a reliable supply of Xanax? Then Ryanair has a job for you.
Unless you drive a jet dragster or a diesel, putting jet fuel in your car will likely result in stalling and/or damage.
The New Orleans Saints got a messy welcome to Atlanta for their game against the Falcons this weekend.
New reports suggest that interns at an outsourced contractor were partially responsible for American’s 757 seat problems.
From snow globes to cranberry sauce, the TSA has rules prohibiting all sorts of items, but it seems they left engine blocks off the list.