With millions stuck at home, nostalgic fliers say this is the next best thing.
An American Airlines pilot approaching LAX reported seeing the odd sight on Sunday evening, and it's not clear who is behind the stunt or why.
And some of the messages appear to show employees discussing concealing problems from the FAA.
The impact left the plane’s fuselage split, with the cockpit embedded in the destroyed building.
The panel "provides controls to change the intensity of the light fixtures, turn them on, and turn them off."
The company says it has been working on an update to the system implicated in a deadly 2018 crash.
According to DHS and other US government documents obtained by Motherboard, the DHS is continuing to investigate how insecure commercial aircraft are to cyber attacks, with one research lab saying hacking a plane may lead to a "catastrophic disaster."
Bones recovered on the remote Pacific island are more similar to Earhart than "99 percent of individuals in a large reference sample."
High temperatures are already grounding planes, but what happens if (or when) things get worse?
The Canadian airport says it’s the first in the world to try something like this.
United CEO Oscar Munoz again apologized for the April 9 incident in which a passenger, Dr. David Dao, was violently dragged off of a plane in Chicago after he refused to give up his seat.
I first flew the F-35 as a nine-year-old.