An American Airlines Boeing 767 carrying the Miami Dolphins clipped another American aircraft while taxiing in Dallas late Wednesday night.
The Saxton family was stranded at Salt Lake City International Airport for six days, but it wasn’t anyone’s fault but their own.
American has done an exemplary job of keeping their Twitter complainants happy, or at the very least, responding in a timely fashion.
A documentary about handmade “Indoor freeflight rubber-powered duration aircraft” is about to take off.
After failed legal and lobbying efforts to shut down the federal Export-Import Bank, Delta is scoring big deals made possible by the bank’s financing.
NYCAviation.com, a rapidly expanding national air travel and aerospace news site, is looking for a freelance digital ad salesperson.
A week before rescuers found the crashed Superjet’s flight data recorder on Thursday, Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency claimed that the most plausible cause of the crash was electronic sabotage by the US military.
We don’t know much about this video, other than that it took place in The Congo. We do know that this isn’t a runway.
The 60-year-old FAA weight standard for airliner seats seems outdated relative to America’s expanding waistlines, but is that reason enough for an update?
Photos of Space Shuttle Enterprise landing in New York plus pics of the first Lufthansa Boeing 747-8I beat out the TSA finding landmines in a woman’s luggage.
Spirit’s last minute carry on fee has spiked to $100 each way, but, believe it or not, for a good reason.
Our ups, downs and more downs in dealing with the Intrepid Museum, including aircraft abuse and putting profit over enthusiasm.
While it will take months or years to find a definitive cause of the crash of the Cessna 421 that went down in the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday, initial evidence may indicate that the pilot lost consciousness due to pressurization issues.
The jet blast warning signs at Maho Beach are generally ignored, but a new video of a woman face planting behind a JetBlue takeoff might prove the signs are there for good reason.
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 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.