It’s been 16 years since Concorde last zoomed across the Atlantic, carrying passengers at twice the speed of sound. Now, after a generation of technological advances, is it time for an SST to return to the skies?
In honor of British Airways’ centenary, the airline has made over a crop of its aircraft in celebratory duds.
There are airports around the world where hundreds of aircraft sit quietly, wind whistling over wings that have safely carried passengers over millions of miles.
Doesn't it seem like common sense? That it's a bad idea to fly a drone near an airport? And that it's probably against the law too? This doesn't seem to have stopped drone owners near London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Newark, Dublin and Dubai airports
What’s required, exactly, to bring a new airplane into service? The rollout of a new commercial airliner is the visible culmination of years of work by the plane’s engineers, designers, and manufacturing team.
Aireon, the newly operational space-based aircraft tracking network could be the most important development in locating planes since radar was invented in World War II.
From its first flight in 1987, Air Transat has grown steadily. In 2018, it was named World’s Best Leisure Airline by Skytrax.
TPG climbed into the dusty hangar of aviation history to find out about two-floor aircraft: Some that pioneered international air travel, some that were one-of-a-kind and some you still can fly today.
Before movies, Wi-Fi or live bands, playing cards were offered as in-flight entertainment.
The longest passenger jetliner in the world just made its debut. On March 13, the very first Boeing 777X was presented to company employees, inside the airframer's main wide-body manufacturing facility in Everett, Washington.