Packing and carrying equipment for travel adventures is always a challenge. With increasing airline restrictions and not being willing to check your gear, you need to find the best possible alternative for your needs. Like most of my peers, I covet several bags. Show More Summary
This week, a wing segment of an airliner washed up on the shores of Reunion Island in the western Indian Ocean. Investigators believe the wreckage to be that of a "flaperon" from the right wing of a Boeing 777. On March 8, 2014, a Malaysia...Show More Summary
James Bassos claims he suffered back pain after he tried to avoid contact with his fellow overweight passenger on a 14-hour flight.
The media this week trumpeted the discovery of debris from a Boeing 777 that is possibly the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The place where the debris was found is the remote Indian Ocean island of Reunion, which is also the location of Piton de la Fournaise...
The facts don't support the US propaganda that Russia is responsible for the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash; that is why Washington is pushing a UN International Tribunal on the catastrophe to get what it wants, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts stresses.
Tehran plans to purchase around 90 Boeing and Airbus planes every year in a bid to upgrade its ageing fleet of commercial airliners, a senior aviation official said on Saturday.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has discussed with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte alternative proposals on establishing an international judicial inquiry to investigate the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 disaster.
French authorities have imposed extraordinary secrecy over the wing piece
I have flown WOW and Norwegian Airlines. RyanAir, Air Berlin and Aer Lingus have shuttled me around Europe. Wizz and easyjet and Baltic Air have been considerations for my travels when I wanted to fly from one country in Europe to another, quickly at low cost. Show More Summary
Each weekend, WIRED rounds up the security vulnerabilities and privacy updates that deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: United Airlines Can’t Catch a Break appeared first on WIRED.
It appears a drone was responsible for a close call for passengers and crew on a Delta Airlines jet landing at Kennedy Airport in New York
Post by Jenny Erikson. Let's face it -- air travel is just not fun these days. It may have once been a glamorous way to get from point A to point B, but nowadays it's just a pain in the butt. One man doesn't seem to understand that trauma though, and is suing an airline because they had the audacity to seat him next to an overweight passenger. Show More Summary
"Many [airline executives] rue the day in 1981 when American Airlines introduced its frequent-flier program and resent the consumer entitlement that resulted, even if airlines did take for granted the loyalty that the programs fostered for so long." Continue reading Should Airline Executives Rue the Day They Created Frequent Flyer Programs?...
Over the last 18 months, the airline has been engaged in some sleight of hand, no longer posting a chart explaining how many miles a free ticket will require.
PARIS (Reuters) - An Air France flight said to be carrying plane debris that washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and may belong to the vanished Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 has arrived in Paris for investigators to study its origin.
It’s been nearly a year and a half since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared and investigators finally have their first big lead in the search. A piece of an aircraft’s wing—a flaperon, to be specific—washed up on Réunion Island, 120 miles off the coast of Madagascar, 3000 miles away from where investigators were looking. Show More Summary
The pilot of a Delta Airlines flight spotted a drone 100 feet away while preparing to land in New York City.
Russia’s envoy to the United Nations claims that a court for the prosecution of those responsible for the crash of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight in eastern Ukraine can be created without the participation of the UN Security Coun...
The flaperon found on Reunion Island, believed to be from the lost Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, is being flown to France. Once there, testing will begin to determine if the wing part came from MH370
Asiana Airlines has a low $570 airfare from Los Angeles LAX to Hong Kong via ICN airport Incheon, Seoul, South Korea for travel beginning late August. Air China is about $80 more, Korean Air $100 more and United close to $700 with Singapore Air at $750. Show More Summary