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I have a problem with following rules that don’t make any sense, like the FAA rule that we must turn off all electronic devices on planes.
Some experts argue that despite the regulations, the skies are still not as safe as they could be.
The sight of a Boeing 767 landing on its belly in Poland gives us a touch of hope that airborne emergencies can end safely.
This time, they couldn’t blame a Chilean volcano.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced Tuesday that in the near future, air travelers should be able to keep their shoes on while being screened by airport security.
Safety officials say that hundreds of deaths in airline crashes over the past five years are attributable to pilots who have become too dependent on computerized fight controls, forgetting how to react in certain situations.
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In just three seconds, a hijacker could take over a plane. How? By waiting for the pilot to go to the bathroom.
Slow and steady wins the race — unless you’re crossing an airport tarmac.
Colton Harris-Moore, the suspected “Barefoot Bandit,” pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal charges stemming from an international crime spree.
In 75 instances between 2003 and 2009, electronic interference was cited as a possible cause of airplane dysfunction, according to a report by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).