Over the weekend, hundreds of angry migrants took over Terminal 2 of the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France. They were demanding papers that would allow them to stay in France indefinitely.
A U.S. venture-capital firm recently led a round of seed investment for Hermeus Corp., a new startup looking to develop a hypersonic aircraft.
The French!"...Yesterday, hundreds of undocumented migrants took control of Terminal 2 of the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris France. Approximately 500 migrants seized the terminal.
The lie of the day: Skilled pilots could have prevented the two 737 Max crashes.
Enabling a world where anyone can fly anywhere, anytime
Lilium first emerged in 2016 as an aviation startup with some very lofty ambitions, revealing plans to develop a five-seat electric aircraft that can take off vertically, switch to horizontal flight in mid-air and cover some sizable distances on each
Hermeus wants to develop supersonic planes that will fly five times the speed of sound
Though all of the major US carriers have already ended their flights to Caracas, the Department of Homeland Security has officially suspended all air traffic - passenger and cargo - between the US and Venezuela due to the "ongoing political stability
Incredible cockpit camera captures US Navy's Blue Angels display team as it soars over Florida coast
In what's likely to be some sort of marketing ploy, a condo development in Miami is making preparations for flying cars.
Are Electric Planes Possible?
BAE Systems has made a bit of aviation history by maneuvering the first aircraft in flight using supersonically blown air instead of ailerons or other control surfaces.
What does it take to change a culture? Too often the answer is disaster.
U.S. government searches of travelers' cellphones and laptops at airports and border crossings nearly quadrupled since 2015 and were being done for reasons beyond customs and immigration enforcement, according to papers filed Tuesday in a federal l
There is a notorious lack of diversity in the aviation industry, but this man is using his passion for flying to encourage youngsters to pursue their dreams - no matter their race.
As a professional pilot, I spend four or five days a year in multimillion-dollar flight simulators being examined by specialized training pilots. Since professional pilots already know how to fly, much of the testing focuses on what are called "non
Ahead of Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg's first showdown with shareholders since the March 10 crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, the FAA has drawn attention to recent reports about dangerous hydraulic leakages involving the Boeing 787, otherwise k
Pilots and American Airlines see things quite differently on the 737 Max. It's a case of profits vs safety.
Boeing is pressing hard to get the 737 Max back in the air ASAP, hoping to avoid simulators. Will the public go along?