Beer giant Anheuser-Busch has filed trademark applications for 42 airport codes, but it’s not clear why.
The annual event showed off the wares of 35 aircraft, ranging from the AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter to the Piaggio P.180 Avanti turboprop to Embraer’s biggest business jet, the Lineage 1000.
Can a reborn jetliner again change the world — or look good trying?
With an unusual promotion, Delta had — during the age of a generally negative zeitgeist toward airlines — pulled off the unthinkable: Rank-and-file passengers were rooting for an airline the way they do their favorite hockey team.
It has become a yearly tradition to wake up before it gets light and head on down to Alaska Air Cargo at SeaTac Airport to welcome the season’s first Alaskan Copper River Salmon.
Scoot, the new no frills, long-haul carrier launched by Singapore Airlines, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has assigned it a new two-character flight designator code: TZ.
Lots of attention on the Sukhoi Superjet tragedy in Indonesia, while the Boeing 787 Dream Tour flew into Reagan National, a man tried to smuggle too many cats and a new underwear bomb plot. Plus, the week’s top 10 NYCAviation Message Board threads.
The first day of the Doolittle Raiders reunion was dampened by record rainfall, but day two featured 20 amazing old aircraft soaring in front of 10,000 excited enthusiasts.
The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum purged three planes from its collection on Wednesday — a Royal Navy Supermarine Scimitar, a US Marine Corps Douglas F3D Skyknight, and a North Korean Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15.
The World War II B-25 bomber known as Grumpy will soon make a historic flight commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid.
The lingerie retailer painted a helicopter pink to fly Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, and Erin Heatherton around Puerto Rico.
A month after finding perhaps the most epic Airbus A320 cockpit video of all time, we’ve come across its Boeing 737 equivalent.
Beijing, Baku and Budapest have all been visited by Boeing’s biggest bird, but before Wednesday, the Big Apple had not.
We love flyovers no matter what teams are involved. Watch the Air Force’s largest jet perform a loud and low pass over Gillette Stadium on Sunday.