NASA has demonstrated a manufacturing breakthrough that will allow hybrid wing aircraft to be scaled up.
Federal agency signed $245 million dollar contract with separate company that specializes in back-scatter machines
When Federal Aviation Administration officials grounded Boeing's fleet of 787 Dreamliner commercial jets last week due to unexplained battery fires, one of President Obama's favorite green energy technologies got another black eye.
Wynand Mullins of New Zealand told Stuff Magazine that he was asked to remove his T-shirt because other airline passengers found it intimidating. And, yes, we suppose if one weren't familiar with "The Princess Bride," seeing a shirt that reads, "H
The Transportation Security Administration will remove 174 full-body scanners from airport security checkpoints, ending a $40 million contract for the machines, which caused a uproar because they revealed spectral naked forms of passengers.
restaurant in Seattle has made a powerful statement by refusing to serve TSA agents until the invasive pat downs stop.
Lithium batteries that can leak corrosive fluid and start fires have emerged as the chief safety concern involving Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, a problem that apparently is far more serious than government or company officials acknowledged.
For those who wondered what debauchery went on beyond that First Class curtain, Southern Airways laid the truth bare.
It’s worth remembering, as well, that Fleming was held until after he promised not to sue the valiant defenders of the sacred Homeland for kidnapping him at gunpoint – after making preparations to blow him from the sky.
After Fleming passed over the power plant, he was ordered to land his glider, which he did as soon as prevailing wind currents permitted. Once he was down on the ground, Fleming was swarmed by law enforcement.
Offended by a passenger’s t-shirt that read, “Fuck TSA Security Theater, ” a Transportation Security Administration screener assaulted the passenger who was video recording before detaining him, claiming photography is prohibited
US Airways Group Inc. (LCC), the carrier seeking to merge with AMR Corp. (AAMRQ)’s American Airlines, received more than 16,500 applications for 450 flight attendant positions in its biggest hiring push for the job since 2010.
The United States ordered a wide review of Boeing's latest passenger jet, the 787 Dreamliner, citing "concern" over a spate of technical problems in recent weeks.
A federal judge has rejected an attempt by the Obama administration to use secret evidence to derail a former Stanford student's attempt to challenge her inclusion on the government's no-fly list, Bob Egelko of The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Finnair is the world’s safest airline, according to new research, while British Airways is Britain’s most secure.
I keep hearing horror stories of people getting things stolen out of their carry-on luggage by the TSA. Thefts of valuable electronics, precious coins, cash and other items by TSA agents are ridiculously common, and seemingly countless numbers of TSA
Talk show host threatened with arrest for not removing shoes
An Airbus A320 airliner was forced to turn back halfway during its flight from Russia to Tajikistan after one of the passengers tried to force his way into cockpit.
An American Airlines passenger was arrested at Orlando International Airport on Wednesday after police say she hit two Transportation Security Administration agents while going through a security checkpoint.
The woman, 39-year-old Hyunjoo Kim, reportedly objected to the agent becoming a bit touchy, and to her bottles of lotion being turned away at a checkpoint. She then slapped one agent and pushed another several times
A former TSA screener turned blogger who is now causing embarrassment for the federal agency has revealed that TSA officers routinely laugh at and make fun of passengers’ nude body scanner images in back rooms.
HALF of U.S. is set for a white Christmas (and the snow will continue for days after)
I've discovered nirvana! One of the TSA's former employees — shockingly enough, a guy with a sense of humor and enough smarts to damn the agency, resoundingly no less — has a blog entitled Taking Sense Away
If you need to test Wi-Fi signals on an airplane, Boeing has discovered potatoes are a secret to success.
Last week, Delta bought 49 percent of Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic, launching a joint venture between the two airlines as well as a spat between Branson and British Airways CEO Willie Walsh.
Delta Airlines failed Marine Cpl. Christian Brown, the double amputee prevented by a flight crew from taking a first-class seat offered by strangers after he was clumsily wheeled down the length of the plane to the last row in coach.
The Aeroscraft airship, with its minimal fuel consumption, vertical take-off and landing capabilities and point-to-point delivery is promising to revolutionize aviation.
The TSA continues to keep Americans safe from terrorists, once again thwarting a dangerous threat, this time from a wheelchair bound twelve-year-old girl with a genetic bone disorder.
Timothy Kenny, aeronautical engineer of the Aeroscraft division, shares details about the Aeroscraft design and applicability
Success in the war on terrorism depends on knowing where the enemy is hiding and having resources in place to act on that knowledge quickly.