Topic: Federal Aviation Administration
Airline passengers once enjoyed hot meals served on china. But prices were far higher then too. A little common courtesy can make today's in-flight experience more pleasant, if no longer luxurious.
08/11/2010 02:26 pm
With airlines charging for checked baggage, the scramble for overhead bin space can get heated – as was apparently the case Monday, when one tussle led a JetBlue attendant to start hurling profanities at a passenger.
08/10/2010 09:00 pm
Ted Stevens, former US Senator from Alaska, was one of nine people on board the plane that went down in the southwest part of the 49th state.
08/10/2010 01:23 pm
In Pictures Space photos of the day 08/10
Phoenix plane crash caused a fire at an industrial building near the airport. Police say the aircraft involved in the Phoenix plane crash belonged to a local company.
08/04/2010 01:11 pm
Chelsea Clinton, her family, and other VIPs attending the wedding will prompt the FAA to declare a no-fly zone 90 minutes north of New York City.
07/29/2010 05:31 pm
China UFO sightings continued Thursday in the eastern part of the country. Last week, Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou closed for two hours when an unidentified object hovered over the skies.
07/16/2010 01:08 pm
Flying car has generated more than 70 preorders, according to Terrafugia, which aims to capture about 10 percent of the general aviation market.
06/30/2010 03:40 pm
In Pictures The flying car
Terrafugia flying car has been approved by the FAA and can soon be yours for only about $200,000.
06/29/2010 07:25 pm