The 50,000 residents of Galveston, Texas, will this month find themselves the subjects of a psychology experiment that could determine the future of supersonic airplanes.
Sir, Alfred Mehran's story is a fascinating tale of bureaucratic inefficiency and statelessness.
As American and Indonesian investigators puzzle through clues of troubles that befell Flight 610, they are finding not a single lapse but a cascade of issues.
46 mph winds, 15-foot seas and a small, moving landing pad? No problem, no problem at all.
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The trouble reportedly began before the flight even left Florida. After boarding the plane and waiting on the runway for four hours, British Airways ordered everyone off due to some technical issues with the aircraft. The airline tried to put everyone up in a nearby hotel, but the process was a total mess.
A Russian SU-27 got up close and personal with a US EP-3 in international airspace over the Black Sea.
We're not sure what, exactly. But 2018 keeps finding ways to outdo itself.
Warehouse workers in Huntington Beach, California did not realize that a plane from the Great Pacific Airshow would be swooping over their building.
A Boeing 757 pilot rode the crosswinds at Bristol Airport in England like a champ.
"Unbelievable" in the sense of "we triple checked to make sure this footage isn't fake." But no, parallel landings really are a thing at the San Francisco Airport.
We were with him up he until he advised us to "limit the booze."
None of the passengers on board were hurt, but we're going to say that the pilot is probably super relieved that the parachute worked.
And what makes this even more incredible is that this is his first night flight without a flying instructor.
Not sure this is a flight we'd like to be on, but kudos to these pilots for landing their planes sideways in the face of strong crosswinds.
The low pass was apparently part of an air show in Brisbane, and we're not entirely sure it was a good idea.
Speaking to The Verge, Shabtai Hirshberg explained that he had no idea that Kanye was using his art. "No, it completely caught me by surprise. A good surprise, I would say — it's always nice to see your designs being thought well for," Hirshberg said.
Back in 2006, when I started flying the Boeing 737 all over Europe, I was fascinated by the world at night that passed by my windows at an altitude where we would overfly most of the European weather. It was a perspective that simply asked to be captured.
The almost 19-hour journey from Singapore to New York has no economy seats.
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