For airline crews working on Chinese domestic flights, getting passengers to obey the seat belt sign is the least of their worries.
Snow wasn’t the only thing that accumulated in Russia’s capital city last week.
A Thai flight attendant wrote on Facebook that she contemplated attacking one of the airline’s VIP passengers — the daughter of the former Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra.
Freighters and cruise liners travel across the Atlantic Ocean frequently, but they don’t always make it to port across the sea.
If you are a Chinese citizen and looking for a job, consider plumbing in the Antarctic.
Some say it just smells “natural.”
Passengers may complain of jam-packed cabins, but it appears the cockpits are not quite so crowded.
Any rational person would expect such ire to be greatly exacerbated during the system-wide shutdown in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. But the MTA has spun the natural disaster into a rare bout of good p.r.
A United Airlines flight from Houston to Chicago was the inaugural commercial trip for Boeing’s high-tech new aircraft — and the passengers seemed to love it
In other words: Really. Good. News.
Sandy showered her wrath on New York City’s transportation network, too, leading to widespread delays and cancellations throughout the system.
The 550-pound bomb, thought to be a dud, is believed to have been dropped from U.S. forces during the Second World War.