Rep. says TSA can no longer hide from oversight on his watch
Low, slow and loud — counting marine life by plane has some drawbacks. Though scientists can cover wide swaths of ocean, engine noise may disturb animals and the surveys always present some risk to pilots and crew.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration, under court order, will start a rulemaking process on its airport screening machines and full-body pat- downs, including collecting and analyzing public comments.
Burt Rutan, who officially retired in April 2011, reveals exclusively to Popular Mechanics today that he has devised "a new concept for a seaplane that may allow for operation from any surface: water, snow, grass, and hard surface."
Video - Sierra Adamson questions John Pistole, Administrator of the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on the criminal conduct of TSA workers and the safety of the body scanners used at checkpoints.
Last week, an undercover TSA inspector managed to quite easily sneak a mock explosive device through airport security and onto an airplane.
I want to believe in the airship revival, but this crowdfunded luxury airship RV project just seems like, uh, dead air.
Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace, long known for producing smaller business jets, has revealed the passenger plane it believes will be it a serious competitor for industry giants Airbus and Boeing.
An undercover TSA inspector with an improvised explosive device stuffed in his pants got past two security screenings at Newark Airport — including a pat-down — and was cleared to get on board a commercial flight, sources told The Post yesterday.
The vice president of a flight attendants union says a new policy that would allow airline passengers to carry small knives is "outrageous."
The TSA will let people carry small pocketknives onto passenger planes for the first time since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, along with golf clubs, hockey sticks and plastic Wiffle Ball-style bats to conform with international rules, takes effect
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday it is investigating an unidentified black drone an Alitalia pilot said he encountered while approaching John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Few of us will have the chance to visit an office designed by a world-class architect; an even smaller group will enjoy the luxury of living in a home designed by one.
In 1982, a British Airways 747 flew into a cloud of volcanic ash near Indonesia.
STAR TREK", said one commentator. "They may as well wear a burqa," huffed another.
A travel writer was kicked off a United Airlines flight for taking a picture of the video monitor in front of him, forcing him to dish out an additional $225 to find another cross Atlantic flight from Newark to Istanbul.The flight attendant who had h
A family’s run-in with Transportation Security Administration screeners at Missouri's Lambert-St. Louis International Airport as they were heading to Orlando on vacation was caught on camera, and is raising questions about airport security rules.
A travel writer was kicked off a United Airlines flight last week for taking a picture of the video monitor in front of him, forcing him to dish out an additional $225 to find another cross Atlantic flight from Newark to Istanbul.
Specifically BECAUSE she is in a wheelchair. At one point she is crying "I don't want to go to Disney World!" The moral of this video is that you can and SHOULD stand up to the TSA goons.
a mother begins recording as TSA screeners attempt to frisk her daughter who is in a wheelchair. The girl who appears to be around 3 is crying and saying she doesn’t want to go to Disney World, so you can imagine how scared she must have been.
In the above video recorded earlier this month at an airport that I didn’t see mentioned, a mother begins recording as TSA screeners attempt to frisk her daughter who is in a wheelchair.
In what should be a surprising result but, sadly, isn’t, one-third of your fellow Americans say a body cavity search to board an airplane would be fine and dandy. No one can possibly be surprised by this.
Ending a yearlong courtship by US Airways, American Airlines agreed on Wednesday to merge with the smaller carrier, paving the way for the creation of the nation’s largest airline. The boards of the companies met separately to approve the combinat
Frank Hannibal, 50, who was arrested for making a simple joke to his wife and family about the ruckus caused by his jar of Crazy Richards peanut butter. He is now rightfully suing the TSA for $5 million and a verdict in his favor would do wonders
Editor's note: Last month, American Airlines celebrated the inaugural flight of its new 777-300ER aircraft from Dallas to Sao Paulo, a landmark event for the troubled airline.
The TSA is a natural target for political demonstrations. Their invasive sexual molestation is unpopular with everyone, and their checkpoints come ready made with a captive audience. In 2010 Aaron Tobey was handcuffed and held for 90 minutes by the T
Showing a government-issued identification at a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint is a practice most travelers consider part of the flying experience. However, it is not mandated by federal law.
The Boeing X-48C Blended Wing Body unmanned research aircraft took to the skies on its first-ever flight at 7:56 a.m. Pacific Time on Aug. 7 from NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
I’m not certain whether The Washington Times considers itself mainstream media, and, if it does, whether anyone else agrees.
In recent years, flying first class has lost its luxury luster, to the point where we're not even sure if it's still worth the money.