Less than a day after JetBlue Captain Clayton Osbon suffered a psychotic episode while operating a flight to Vegas, the morning talk shows essentially boiled the incident down to one ridiculous question: “Will a psychopathic airline employee kill me and my family today?”
The emergence of regional jets in the 1990s was a major game-changer among the business models of legacy carriers that are still evolving today. Are they saving an otherwise hurting industry, or more of a hindrance?
The unfortunate death of an LSG Sky Chefs employee was made more unfortunate by a brief Associated Press report of the incident.
The outspoken former CEO of American Airlines made an appearance on the Charlie Rose Show on Tuesday, where he shared insight about a number of issues, ranging from the failure of deregulation to the future of his bankrupt old airline.
Last week, Joe Walden from New York’s Fox 5 fueled up the trusty news van with a tank of hyperbole and ventured out to Westchester County Airport, where he was met by all sorts of dastardly wrongdoing that could potentially kill every man, woman and child in the tri-state area. Or not.
Only the second known amateur video of the Space Shuttle Challenger tragedy has surfaced 26 years after the disaster.
Southwest Airlines has implemented a wireless communication system from Flightcom for airport rampers, not only to keep people safe, but to help out the bottom line as well.
Following their time-honored tradition of using sales inspired by current events, Spirit’s latest email sale recites one of the dozens of puns the sports media have come up with for the surname of breakout Knicks star Jeremy Lin.
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Red Tails reduces one of World War II’s most compelling stories to the intellectual level of a Disney cartoon. But the special effects are great.
While diversions do happen frequently, the decision to land a plane perhaps hundreds or thousands of miles from its destination is not taken lightly. A look at why planes divert and how pilots, dispatchers and managers choose where to land your plane safely.