2 hrs ago | Pleasanton Weekly
I have never considered myself an adventurous person. I favor turn signals, never go anywhere without a map and a cell phone, and I've made it all the way to 23 without taking candy from a stranger.
7 hrs ago | The Sun Online
TWO RAF jets were scrambled to intercept a Pakistani airliner after two passengers allegedly declared: "We're going to blow this plane up." Stunned crew launched a terror alert yesterday afternoon after the men reportedly started a scuffle by trying to force their way into the cockpit of the Manchester-bound airline.
11 hrs ago | Gretna Breeze
Student loan company Nelnet says it will seek to fill more than 300 jobs in Lincoln over the next three months.
RAF Typhoon jets were scrambled to divert a Pakistan Airways passenger flight into Stansted after a mid-air "security alert" today.
Boeing and aerospace suppliers are coping with the sudden failure of transportation on Interstate 5 due to the Skagit bridge collapse, by instituting work-arounds and managing delays of several hours.
It seems like a paradox for an airplane based in Florida, but my wife, Cathy, and I fly our Cheyenne less in the winter months than any other time of the year.
My wife and I think it might be a good idea to let our 10-year-old son explore the city in which we... United Airlines will offer lie-flat seats on all international long-haul flights from New York.
Clean and cheap -but cheerful? Simon Calder sets the controls of a battery-powered vehicle for an epic journey from the New Forest to nuclear Dorset Simon Calder is Travel Editor at Large for The Independent, writing a weekly column, various articles and features as well as filming a weekly video diary.
A worker loads a container holding ceramic matrix composites components inside a high-pressure autoclave for curing.
Chinese regulators have approved the Boeing 787 to fly in the country, Boeing said Thursday, a move that opens up a large potential market to the US aerospace giant.
In the first quarter of 2013, Dan Loeb seemed to be B/E Aerospace Inc bullish on the aerospace & defense industry as well as the jewelry retail industry.
Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, will increase capacity on its services to Colombo from 30th June 2013, with the addition of three more flights per week, the airline announced today.
A Trigana Air Service Boeing 737-300, registration PK-YRZ performing freight flight TGN-7329 from Jayapura to Wamena , overran the end of runway 33 by about 5 meters/15 feet while landing at Wamena at 16:07L and came to a stop with the nose gear on soft ground.
The new A330's have replaced three Airbus A300 freighters that the airline has phased out of the fleet to make way for the new state-of-the-art aircraft.
Another week and another set of earnings in the industrial space that confirms the curious bifurcation in the sector.