The New York City plane spotting extravaganza known as UN Week is back for another promising year starting this weekend.
It’s almost time again for New York City’s greatest plane spotting week of the year. UN Week is a little later than usual this year, but promises to be just as exciting.
In a near disaster, KLM Flight 867 loses all engines temporarily after flying through a cloud of volcanic ash, McDonnell Douglas and Boeing merge, the Boeing 787 makes its first flight, and more..
Each September, the leaders of the world converge on New York City for what is known as UN Week. The many VIP aircraft that arrive during this time make this week a plane spotter’s paradise. Here is a look at where you should go to join in the fun and what you might see.
A Russian Tupolev Tu-154 developed control issues after takeoff on a test flight after coming out of 10 years of storage.
Poland has announced that it will conduct its own probe to determine the causes of last year’s plane crash in Russia, which killed 96 people including Polish President Lech Kaczynski.
Following Saturday’s Tu-154B passenger jet explosion in Siberia, Russia’s transportation watchdog Rostransnadzor on Sunday recommended that all passenger jets of the same type be put out of service until the cause is determined.
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Friday rejected Russia’s report on the causes of the plane crash which killed late President Lech Kaczynski and other high-ranking officials in April.
At least two people were killed and dozens more were injured when a Dagestan Airlines Tupolev Tu-154 plane crash-landed at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport on Saturday.
All 96 passengers onboard a Polish Air Force jet including President Lech Kaczynski were killed when it crashed near Smolensk, Russia.