The NFL has reached an agreement with inflight internet provider Row44 that will allow passengers with wifi devices to live stream broadcasts from the NFL Network.
Boeing will send its new 787 Dreamliner to at least four countries on two continents during a six month world tour, the company announced this week.
Speaking at the IATA Annual General Meeting in Beijing on Monday, JetBlue CEO David Barger revealed that the airline is looking into future widebody expansion utilizing either the Airbus A350 XWB or the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
United Airlines on Sunday flew its first Boeing 787 revenue flight, from Houston to Chicago.
Delta’s first batch of ex-AirTran Boeing 717 jets will arrive in 2013.
AirTran Airways on Wednesday announced several new flights to Ft. Myers, Florida from several airports in its coast to coast network, the airline said.
A Buddha Air Beechcraft 1900D carrying 19 people crashed on approach to Kathmandu Sunday morning.
Spirit Airlines, still high from the attention earned by throwing a “Big Weiner Sale” on its website earlier this week, has stepped it up a giant notch by driving a glass truck filled with pole dancers and painted with sexually charged double entendres.
American Airlines has announced that it will once again serve complimentary alcohol on most international flights.
Armavia has decided to return its Sukhoi Superjet 100 due to reliability problems and says it will buy a western plane instead.
Three-hundred and sixty-two passengers, media and VIP guests received the ride of a lifetime Friday as Lufthansa and Boeing celebrated the first scheduled 747-8 Intercontinental flight in Washington DC.
Alaska Airlines on Tuesday announced the launch of a discount program for residents of the state of Alaska, featuring free checked baggage for members and other perks.
An ExpressJet/United Express Embraer blew its tires and veered off a runway while landing at Newark Airport Sunday night.
JetBlue has been rewarded with its tenth consecutive Customer Satisfaction Award among low-cost carriers by JD Power.
Korean Air has announced an order for five new Airbus A330-200s along with two additional Boeing 777-300ERs, with a total value of $1.58 billion at list prices.
Nestled way off to the far right of the ticketing hall at JFK T8 sits a new and exclusive feature that most passengers will never see. A space that once housed signs for partner airlines and wheelchairs is now home to a new Flagship Check-In, catering to the rich, famous, and those flying select First […]
KLM will begin receiving Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in 2016 with a new order worth up to $11.4 billion.
American Airlines and US Airways today announced their intention to merge, ending months—if not years—of rumor and speculation. The move will create the world’s largest airline.