The test flight will be studied to refine industry use of the technology.
Ethanol — and a quirky crop — could pave the way for the Peach State.
South African pilot Rudolf Erasmus made an emergency landing after discovering a Cape cobra accompanying him in the cockpit on Monday. The snake has not been found again since the plane landed.
Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport has retained its title as the world's busiest — by a lot.
This week's NOTAM system failure, which caused thousands of flight delays and cancelations, has airline industry leaders calling for more stable funding to upgrade antiquated FAA systems.
U.S. prosecutors say Belarusian officials diverted a flight to Minsk so they could arrest opposition activist and journalist Raman Pratasevich on charges of inciting riots against the government.
Zara Rutherford set off from Belgium in August to circle the globe in her Shark UL plane. Five months later, she landed back home, having landed in 41 countries on five continents.
The helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant highlighted an aviation problem: it's difficult for pilots to recover after entering clouds by mistake. New virtual reality technology aims to change that.
The airport opened in 1948 and is closing as Berlin's new international hub opens after a series of delays. Although COVID-19 has hampered travel, Germans are visiting Tegel to relive old memories.
Airlines have furloughed tens of thousands of employees. Now they wonder what they'll do next. For some it's a career change; for others it's finding a temporary job until the industry recovers.
The helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others in January has highlighted a decades-old problem in aviation: pilots continuing flights into bad weather rather than landing.
Andrea Lewis said that, as a pilot, her favorite part of flying is actually putting the aircraft back on the ground. “I love just being able to travel,”...