Most of us don’t choose the airline we fly so much as we choose the most convenient and affordable flight, but if you’ve ever wondered what your odds are of flying comfortably on JetBlue, United, Southwest, or heaven forbid, Spirit, are, this legroom GIF shows you at a glance.
When flying commercially, outrageous charges are virtually unavoidable. These ten are the most annoying out there.
A pilot suffered only minor injuries after the wings from his glider sheared off mid-flight. But that's not the amazing part. He managed to parachute safety on top of a downtown Reno parking garage that just happened to be used by the St. Mary's Hospital.
If GoPro has given us anything beyond its lightweight, waterproof action camera, it's hundreds of bros intent on one-upping each other in increasingly wonderful and idiotic ways. Here's the latest proof.
In 1934 Boeing acquired the Stearman Aircraft Company and proceeded to pump out more than 10,000 variations of the iconic Model 75. It was easy to fly and supremely forgiving, which made the Stearman one of the best teachers you could ever have.
For as long as I can remember, I've wanted to fly a plane. I've flown simulators for the 787 Dreamliner and the F-35 Lightning II, but I longed to actually control one — in the air, with my own hands. On Friday, I finally got that chance.
It all began on a November day in Houston, Texas, where I was born just down the street from the Astrodome. As the son of a private pilot & airline employee, and grandson of a WWII B-17 Navigator, aviation was in my blood.
It's pretty widely accepted that you shouldn't text and operate a vehicle. Especially when that vehicle is a commercial aircraft. Apparently one pilot, though, hasn't taken that advice to heart. And he almost killed a few hundred people because of it.
Everybody hates having to stop reading ebooks, listening to music and playing Angry Birds during take-off. But it's not a fact of life; the FAA is rethinking its policy on using electronic devices during takeoff and landing. About. Bloody. Time.
Anyone who travels regularly wants to believe that federal air marshals are friendly heroes who are aboard every single flight. (C'mon, it's possible). But the reality, unfortunately, is not so sunny. According to a new government report, air marshals might be fine to share a three-hour flight with, but they don't…
We've all been on some pretty bad flights. But a JetBlue flight from Oregon to JFK yesterday, well, ew.
Walter Allan Jr. arrived at a Houston exotic car dealer Friday ready to buy two Bentleys with a $500,000 check. He even brought his own notary public to ensure the transaction went as smooth as alcantara. It didn't.