Turkish Airlines on Thursday began its new nonstop service between Istanbul and Los Angeles International Airport.
Los Angeles International Airport on Friday said it has stepped up security for U.S. service personnel who transit through the airport after an attack at Frankfurt Airport in Germany.
Two people were killed and at least one injured on Wednesday after a gunman from Kosovo attacked a bus carrying U.S. soldiers at Frankfurt airport
A former British Airways employee was found guilty on Monday for a terrorist plot to bomb a U.S.-bound flight.
Lufthansa on Monday flew its first Airbus A380 service between Germany and the United States, the new “super jumbo” jet landing at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport from Frankfurt.
A Cold War-era British BAC 167 Strikemaster crashed into the Hudson River near Kingston, NY Saturday afternoon.
A videographer realizes a bit too late that he’s aimed his tripod at the wrong launch pad. Or maybe he thought the water tank was going to take off.
A peek on-board the remnants of US Airways Flight 1549 as it begins a new life as a museum exhibit in North Carolina.
Korean Air has produced a nice video of its big blue whale jet under construction and rolling out of the factory.
United Continental Holdings today officially unveiled their first Boeing 747-400 painted in the newly-merged airline’s updated livery.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday said it had accepted Southwest Airlines’ transition plan to acquire AirTran Airways.
The Pentagon has announced that Boeing has beaten out EADS’s bid for the $35 billion KC-X aerial tanker program.
Watch the last scheduled launch of Space Shuttle Discovery and chat about it in real time.
EasyJet has apologized after a catering error stocked a flight from Tel Aviv with bacon and ham rather than the usual kosher fare.
The IATA on Wednesday said the accident rate in 2010 for Western-built jet aircraft was the lowest in aviation history.
A British charter flight on Wednesday afternoon left for the Libyan capital of Tripoli to evacuate hundreds of British nationals, the UK Foreign Office said.
Libya’s Justice Minister on Wednesday told a Swedish newspaper that Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi ordered the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, which killed 270 people.