"A single [keyhole] wasp putting a caterpillar in a pitot probe could bring down an aircraft of 350 people.”
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Airlines are trying to create a new normal for pandemic flying, but customers of Delta, American, JetBlue, United, and more are fighting back about wearing masks and leaving seats empty.
In recent months, airlines have been falling over themselves to announce that they're going carbon neutral. But how much would that actually help?
The puzzling, ugly design would be fine—had an actual plane not crashed into an ice cream shop a block away, killing 22 people and injuring 28.
The legendary Lockheed U-2 spy plane has been recently spotted in the United Kingdom.
Four crew members and one passenger had to be rushed to a nearby hospital to receive treatment for smoke inhalation.
This morning, a protest group failed to fly drones near Heathrow Airport. Last night, Linda Davidsen was one of several people preemptively arrested.
While flying business class on Garuda Indonesia, he was handed a handwritten menu on what looked like a sheet of spiral-bound paper.
Only 20% of 737 Max planes were equipped with a key sensor that could have warned pilots.
The 44-year-old British man has to pay WestJet nearly $22,000.
He said he didn't even know his movie had won a Golden Globe.