Delta decided they want to get in on the airlines-being-assholes fun, kicking a man off an Atlanta-to-Milwaukee flight for using the bathroom while the plane was taxiing to takeoff — and deboarding the entire plane in the process.
United Airlines will cut back on overbooking and develop an automated system to gauge customers' interest in voluntary, compensated bumping at check-in, the airline announced today in a review of the April 9 incident that saw a passenger dragged off an aircraft.
This video, shot by a pilot on a flight from Europe to South America, seems like a pretty good advertisement for becoming a pilot.
It's unclear whether the craft, which looks like a zeppelin, is a hobby or something Brin hopes to turn into a business.
Getting to Mars is going to be incredibly difficult, with a lot of moving pieces that all need to fit together seamlessly.
The next 10 years promise to bring radical change to airplane cabins, but it’ll cost you.
The flying car revolution is apparently getting going in earnest, but the current prototypes don't even seem to be trying to figure out the "car" part yet. Nevertheless, the Kitty Hawk Flyer, which is backed by Larry Page, looks like a blast to ride.
The flying cars that we’ve been dreaming about for decades are not here yet, and we already have very unreasonable expectations.
As a plane shifts from a climb to a dive, there is a fleeting moment where gravity lets up and everything seems possible.
We're wondering if the guide knew exactly what he was doing and wanted to get a good chuckle out of watching a dumb tourist struggle against the elements.
In an effort to find the best first class service, one editor flies from LA to NYC four times in less than two days
It’s one of the most obviously-needed corporate policy changes in history, but the damage to the company may already be done.
Oscar Munoz, the CEO of United Airlines, sent an internal email regarding the incident on Flight 3411. His email is, in its own way, a work of art; a triumph of the willingness to pass the buck.
The recent United footage of a doctor being forcibly removed from his flight has us all wondering: What logic do airliners use to rationalize overbooking flights?
The big airlines are dysfunctional at deeper level than most fliers realize. All industry forecasts paint greater consolidation, higher fares, and reduced service to midsize airports as the only path to sustained profitability.
Climate change is altering the jet stream, making severe turbulence more likely.
This is the sort of power that could start to allow mass travel on electric aircraft.
From the guy who brought us a functioning RC plane made out of LEGO comes this experiment involving magnus force and a pair of KFC buckets. If anyone can get this chicken to fly, it's this guy.
“Flying sucks, and design makes it suck less."
Trump criticized the cost of America’s warplane of the future, but what he’s not saying is that it might be hackable and leave soldiers vulnerable.
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