We can either fight over the armrest, or fight the corporations for some basic respect.
Participants of Red Bull "flight day" competition took their chances on Sunday, July 28th to entertain themselves and the spectators gathered at a Moscow canal with colourful costumes and quirky attempts to make their machines fly.
Operations resume at Schiphol airport but delays continue
An Air Canada flight bound for Sydney was diverted to Hawaii on Thursday after experiencing severe turbulence. 35 people suffered minor injuries.
"We have decided to put in place an eco-tax on all flights from France," the French transport minister said during a news conference, adding that the funds will finance daily transport in France.
A passenger on a flight from Pristina in Kosovo to Switzerland has captured the moment a plane hit a severe pocket of turbulence.
British airport offers customers the choice of a throw-away cup or a reusable one, in a bid to reduce plastic waste.
Electric aircraft could be as important as the arrival of the jet engine and coming to an airport near you soon.
About 9,000 planes were scheduled to travel in the UK airspace on Friday, a record.
American Airline bosses said they believe the plane will be recertified before the 19 August but want to be reassured of the reliability ahead of its peak travel season.
British Airways say they are working with WDL Aviation to establish why the incorrect flight plan was filed.
A passenger route between the capitals of FYR Macedonia and Greece has resumed 12 years after it was halted due to Greek objections over the name of its Balkan neighbour.
Essex police, said in a tweet, they’ve passed the details onto Spanish authorities.
Scientists at Edinburgh University have discovered a ring-shaped air bubble forms as air moves through the bristles of dandelions, allowing the seeds to slowly descend to the ground.
Euronews presenter Isabelle Kumar and her family were removed from an Emirates Airline flight because of her son’s epilepsy, even though doctors had cleared him to fly.
More than 1oo tourists are stranded in Montreal after their flight on a budget airline to Europe was cancelled over the weekend.
A new report says strikes and outdated equipment costs airlines €300 million and accounts for 33 percent of delays.
“There was no warning sign. Suddenly, the windshield just cracked and made a loud bang. The next thing I know, my co-pilot had been sucked halfway out of the window."
Schiphol Airport was closed after a major power outage. There were long delays in and out of the airport which led to some people abandoning their cars and heading to the airport on foot.
Tia Freeman used shoe laces and a pocket knife to cut the umbelical cord after giving birth in her hotel room bath.
United Airlines said the peacock “did not meet guidelines for a number of reasons, including its weight and size."