Reddit user pdugaw was on a US Airways flight set to depart from Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C. on Friday when the ground below the plane became so heated the plane sank into the tarmac and couldn't be towed out.
The "Mystery Missile" from earlier this week was no missile at all but, as suspected, probably just the contrail from a US AIrways jet. This isn't a shock as their planes have also been confused for submarines. [Slashdot]
This disturbing video shows airline passengers dealing with maggots falling on them from the overhead luggage bins. The creepy insects caused the plane to make an emergency landing earlier this week in what sounds like a horror movie plot.
The pilots of crashed US Airways Express Flight 2495 were talking about Corvettes, Rolls Royces and Jaguars just seconds before an aborted January takeoff in Charleston. Such conversations are expressly forbidden. Here's the transcript.
The Airbus A320 Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger piloted to a harrowing Hudson River landing after US Airways Flight 1549 struck some geese is going up for auction. Images of the wreckage and our imagined Craigslist ad below.
After the miraculous crash landing of US Airways Flight 1549, the downed Airbus A320 was pulled from the Hudson River. Saturday it was transported through the streets of New Jersey to a storage warehouse. Awesome.