In a turn of events worthy of a Hollywood action film, the flight aboard which suspected Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad was attempting to escape to the Middle East was just seconds from taking off before being hurriedly ordered to return to the gate.
An Embraer E-190 wearing a Wisconsin Badger on its tail was unveiled Thursday, marking the seventh animal species represented on Frontier aircraft.
The head of the agency which runs New York’s airports says the only way to fix LaGuardia is to tear it down and rebuild it from scratch.
Southwest Airlines introduced its latest state jet on Friday, dubbed “Florida One – a High-Flying Salute to the Sunshine State.”
No matter what you might think of the guys on board, it’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t think the meticulously polished aircraft used to transport the President and Vice President of the United States are among the prettiest you’ll ever see.
A gentleman wearing a Hooters sweatshirt lays down the situation in three words.
Moscow-based Transaero has applied to the US DOT for permission to launch service between Moscow-Domodeovo and New York-JFK International Airport, as well as Miami International Airport.
Many European nations have extended airspace closures through Friday afternoon as forecasts show no signs of Iceland’s volcanic ash abetting.
Much of Europe’s airspace is closed until further notice due to a massive cloud of dangerous ash spreading southeastward from a volcano in Iceland.
A Merpati Nusantara Airlines 737-300 slid off the end of the runway and into a river while landing in Indonesia Tuesday morning and split in two, injuring 23 of the 103 people on board.
The crew of the doomed Polish Air Force jet which crashed on Saturday—killing the President and other top Polish officials—may have felt pressured to land in dangerous conditions.
China Eastern Airlines has a new special scheme on a Boeing 737-700 that was captured by David Lilienthal at Boeing Field before being delivered to Shanghai.
All 96 passengers onboard a Polish Air Force jet including President Lech Kaczynski were killed when it crashed near Smolensk, Russia.
This week’s roundup of weird aviation news includes Ryanair and Spirit fighting for the most unfair fare, a pair of women who attempted to smuggle a corpse onto a flight, and more.
A vintage Gulfstream jet collided with a fuel truck at Boeing Field Thursday evening, pinning the driver for more than an hour and causing a substantial fuel spill.
US Airways could be weeks away from announcing the purchase of United Airlines, according to a NY Times report published this afternoon.
Spirit Airlines takes a bold move in baggage fees by being the first to charge for carry-ons…up to $45 to stuff your junk in the overhead.