By the mid-'90s, the American air traffic control system was on the verge of a nervous breakdown: broken equipment, insane overtime, impossibly high stakes.
From the recommended arrival time to the way the walkways are designed, airports are trying to persuade you to spend money in the subtlest ways.
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"All of a sudden, the plane dropped," one passenger said. "Must've dropped about 100 feet or something because we all went up to the ceiling like throughout the plane. It was pretty scary."
When filming this race, 500 feet is considered high altitude.
An overnight stay in the room, situated in the Tokyo airport-adjacent Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu, will cost you around $233.
Molon Labe's S1 seat, newly certified by the FAA, expands the middle seat by pushing it down and back by a few inches.
According to the FAA, over 14,000 bird strikes happen every year at US airports. Things could have been especially catastrophic on Monday when a bird strike caused an A-10C Thunderbolt II to accidentally release three bombs over Florida.
This scene is from a test flight at a small Dutch airport, which means this was supposed to happen. Still, it's very impressive to watch something so big aaallllmost touch down before turning back skyward.
Last year, a Delta customer service representative reported that only 2 percent of customers opt out of facial-recognition. It's easy to see why.
Little did I know that after tweeting about my nine-hour saga the story would go viral around the world and I would find myself embroiled in a freedom of press issue.
The newly completed Beijing Daxing Airport will eventually be the busiest in the world. To prepare for the influx of passengers, the architects had to fundamentally rethink how an airport terminal is designed.
Officially: No, of course not! Unofficially: Ehhh… let's just say it's not unthinkable.
Maybe she'll confuse the terror and adrenaline with eternal love?
Reports suggest a microprocessor issue may cause the plane to point downwards.
For starters, avoid using them during July and other holiday months.
Air Canada said Sunday it's looking into how crew members could have disembarked from a plane without noticing a sleeping passenger who was left behind.
First came propellers. Then jet engines. Now the electric motor is starting to reshape aircraft.
Boeing has a massive number of planes to fix, so they're parking them in the middle of parking lots at their Renton, Washington factory.
Ever wonder why you tear up at in-flight entertainment or crave tomato juice in the air? Experts have opinions about the reasons.
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