Formally delivered late last week, the first Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental actually flew home to Frankfurt with its Lufthansa owners on Tuesday.
On Thursday morning, United Airlines announced that by the end of 2013, all furloughed pilots will be recalled, totaling nearly 600. United says they are ending the furloughs in order to address the airline’s future staffing needs. Training classes for the recalled pilots will begin next month, and United is planning for the process to […]
Two Southwest 737s clip wings while pushing back from their gates at Detroit Metro Airport.
A Delta Air Lines jet carrying 193 passengers is returning to JFK Airport in New York due after experiencing an engine failure and possible fire.
Delta Air Lines has placed a firm order with Bombardier for 40 CRJ900 regional jets in a move aimed at phasing out its least efficient jets.
Listen as a Lufthansa Airbus A340-600 is forced to abort its takeoff roll when an EgyptAir 777-300ER nearly crosses right in front of it at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
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.