Your opinion

The best airline you flew
 
Cessna Launches Citation Latitude
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:28

Cessna LatitudeOn the first day of the NBAA convention, Cessna launched a new light midsize airplane, the Latitude, which will sell for around $15 million. The airplane will feature an all new all-metal stand-up cabin fuselage, a wing nearly identical to the Citation Sovereign midsize jet and the Garmin G5000 integrated avionics suite.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Air Canada flight attendants reject agreement
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 17:16

TORONTO  - Canada's labor minister said Monday that a work stoppage at Air Canada is unacceptable, responding to a vote by flight attendants to reject a second tentative deal and serve strike notice.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
How to get the best deals on holiday flights
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 11:11

Flying over the holidays? It may seem like you just wrapped up your summer vacation but the time to start shopping for holiday flights is NOW.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
American Airlines: September traffic rose 1.9 pct
Monday, 10 October 2011 09:12

FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines says its September traffic rose 1.9 percent, driven by growth in both domestic and international flying. Its planes flew fuller for the month.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Flying Chariot of the Wealthy, Noisy Bane of the Earthbound
Thursday, 06 October 2011 14:31

The 1977 accident on the Pan Am BuildingFluttering off their waterfront launching pads, the whirring helicopters dance through the city’s skies. They whisk in corporate executives and hurry travelers to the airports (those agreeable to a $1,750 minimum charge). They escort tourists on speedy sightseeing trips, go up to report the news and how traffic isn’t moving. They carry time-sensitive documents to Wall Street.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Sri Lanka buys China planes weeks after Russia helicopter deal
Monday, 03 October 2011 15:38

Sri Lanka buys two MA-60China has delivered two passenger planes to boost Sri Lanka's post-war aviation industry, the island's air force said on Monday, as the South Asian nation seeks non-Western sources of financial assistance amid Western-led allegations of war crimes.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
India, 25 others oppose EU airline carbon charge plan
Monday, 03 October 2011 13:46

Air China planes are seen on the tarmac of the Beijing Capital International Airport July 11, 2011.European Union plans to charge airlines for carbon emissions are "discriminatory" and violate global laws, a group of 26 countries including the United States and China said in a joint declaration released by the Indian government on Friday.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Superstitious fliers bring strange rituals to the skies
Friday, 30 September 2011 17:43

It's not the engines that make a plane fly, James Stinhagen believes. It's his finger circles.

"As the plane begins the takeoff roll, I whirl my finger around in a small circle faster and faster as the plane accelerates down the runway," Stinhagen, 62, of Troy, Mich., says.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Commuting Long-Distance By Plane: 'I Profile TSA Agents'
Friday, 30 September 2011 16:13

Commuting by planeThe year 2010 was a good one for Michele Nadeem. She married the man of her dreams. They bought the home of her dreams. Then she got the job of her dreams. There was only one problem. The new home and husband were in Boston. The new job was in Florida. There was also a solution: commuting–by plane.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Reno Air Races outpaced rivals to be last of a breed
Friday, 30 September 2011 14:59

Reno Air RacesIt makes sense that Nevada, long a haven for things that aren’t done elsewhere, is the last place in the nation for oval-course, wingtip-to-wingtip air races.

At the turn of the century the Silver State legalized prize fighting, then became a center for quickie divorces and quicker marriages, gambling, prostitution and atomic bomb tests. If you can’t do it elsewhere, the saying goes, come to the wide open spaces of Nevada.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Read more...
 
Start Prev
717273747576777879
Next End


Page 73 of 79