Libya’s Justice Minister on Wednesday told a Swedish newspaper that Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi ordered the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, which killed 270 people.
The Dutch Ministry of Defense on Tuesday said it sent a KC-10 Extender to the Libyan capital of Tripoli to evacuate its nationals and put a frigate on stand-by.
Two Libyan Air Force colonels flew their Dassault Mirage F1 fighter jets to Malta and defected rather than obeying orders to bomb protesters in Libya.
The European Commission on Monday announced the projects selected to receive a total of €170 million ($232.54 million) of trans-European transport network (TEN-T) funds.
Christchurch International Airport was evacuated and closed early Tuesday afternoon after a strong earthquake struck near the New Zealand city, the airport said.
Two West Point cadets were rescued off an 18-inch-wide ledge by a police chopper early Sunday morning on New York’s Storm King Mountain.
Sun Country Airlines will offer personal entertainment devices for use by passengers on flights longer than three hours beginning this week, the company announced on Monday.
In honor of President’s Day, a video by Alex Jossi of the world’s most famous Boeing 747 taking off from Boeing Field’s Runway 31 this past August.
Space Shuttle Discovery’s final mission, an 11-day trip to the International Space Station, is now scheduled to launch Thursday afternoon.
A US judge on Thursday sentenced a former cargo handler to life in prison for plotting to explode fuel tanks at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Two people have been presumed dead after a small single-engine aircraft crashed into the waters off the coast of Florida Wednesday night.
American Airlines and Delta Air Lines will begin serving Tokyo’s Haneda Airport this Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Two TSA employees have been arrested and are facing charges after allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from checked baggage at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York
A pilot remains calm after the engine of his Yak-50 seizes, bringing the plane down to a rough—but safe—landing in a field on the northern English countryside.
A former Continental Airlines ticket agent at Newark Airport has plead guilty to federal wire fraud charges for a failed flight voucher scam.
The real cause of a 1992 Martinair plane crash in Portugal was covered up and was actually caused by pilot error rather than bad weather conditions, according to a new report published on Monday.