The Bell V-280 Valor, Bell Helicopter's third-generation-tiltrotor, offers the U.S. Army the highest levels of maturity and technical readiness. With its U.S. Army-centric design, the Bell V-280 has the capacity to perform a multitude of missions wit
There's a kind of beauty in electric planes you don't get from their gas-powered counterparts. They're quiet.
Aviation pioneer Dick Rutan explains his vision for hypersonic travel
TSA Agent Caught Stealing From Passenger's Wallet At NYC Airport Checkpoint
Rebecca Gordon's piece today triggered a little repressed memory of mine of a trip I took in 2003. Arriving at the airport, I turned my suitcase over to the ticket agent, only to be told that it had been singled out for special inspection.
The DHS and representatives with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection have declined to comment on why certain states have been singled out, but starting in 2016, residents of New York, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and American Sa
"Can 54 drone rotors be assembled in such a way that they lift a seated human being into the air for a sustained period of time?" - with a resounding yes
The automaker, which has mastered down-to-earth products like the Camry and Rav4, has filed a patent application for a flying car.
Helicopters are versatile machines capable of all manner of maneuvers in the air, but when it comes to takeoffs and landings they are very fussy creatures, preferring flat, level pads, which are scarce in combat and rescue missions.
Getting to the Hamptons can be a real drag on the 1%.
Boeing 777 caught fire on runway in Las Vegas yesterday while travelling at 90mph in preparation for takeoff 170 passengers and crew had to evacuate and 14 of those were taken to hospital, mostly for smoke inhalation
A passenger plane caught fire on the runway at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas Tuesday afternoon.
"We are the unwitting victims of a system so corrupt that those who stand up for the rule of law and aspire to transparency in government are in the minority." said John Whitehead.
Here is some welcome news for travelers. There seems to be a limit to where Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees can sexually assault travelers -- at least at the New York City LaGuardia Airport.
With the many "pre-eulogies" of President Jimmy Carter, here's mine: he actually deregulated a major sector of the U.S. economy.
A TSA screener is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at LaGuardia Airport after telling her she needed to be searched in the bathroom.
An airport in Kerala, India will become the first in the world to be completely powered by a 12-megawatt (MW) solar power plant.
Crowdfunding is usually associated with consumer goods like smartwatches and drones, but XTI Aircraft Company of Denver, Colorado is hoping to score a double first with its TriFan 600.
Train staff on board train which was the scene of a foiled terrorist attack accused of abandoning passengers
A beautiful flight with an imperfect end
US Admits It Uses Predictions, Not Data, to Blacklist Flyers
Flights bound for the Washington area and some flights from airports in the New York City area that must fly over the Washington region were being delayed or grounded Saturday due to "technical issues" at an air traffic control center in Virginia, th
Dubai-based airline Emirates has announced a new service between Dubai, UAE, and Panama City, Panama.
Uzbekistan's national carrier plans to weigh passengers with their hand luggage before boarding as part of a new 'flight safety' measure
Crimson Skies fantasy meets reality
An inter-agency study conducted by NASA for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to assess fatigue in air traffic controllers was reportedly kept under wraps for four years. The study found work schedules often led to chronic fatigue.
A spectacular predawn dual flight of fighters from two epochs, the mid-20th century P-51 Mustang and the early 21st century F-22 has been captured on video, with awesome technology enabling the viewer to look 360 degrees in any direction.
Thousands of passengers say they will no longer show their boarding passes at the checkout after it was revealed shops are using the information to claim back VAT
The year was 1939. Ettore Bugatti -- one of the most interesting and innovative individuals involved with the auto industry's formative years -- was furiously working on his company's only aircraft.
This week, LOT Polish Airlines, one of the world's oldest airlines still in operation, has begun accepting bitcoin payments for flight tickets. Travelers all around the world can now purchase tickets to more than 60 destinations in Europe, the Amer