Concorde crossed the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound, cutting travel time in half compared to a conventional passenger plane. The groundbreaking jet made its final flight on Nov. 26, 2003.
Passengers said the cabin seemed "noisier and colder than they were used to." That's when a crew member noticed a window seal flapping at the back of the aircraft.
The Guilford County Sheriff's Office could soon have a new plane in the sky.
You'll see testing in some airports these days — it's just like we're going back in time! And speaking of looking back, the things that protected fliers from COVID then are still a good idea.
The cases will be determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on the company. Here's a look at where each of the major U.S. airlines stands.
The commercial jet makers have been warning that a plan to deploy new 5G wireless networks could pose a danger to vital aircraft systems.
Northwestern University says these are the world's smallest human-made flying structures, and they could be used for monitoring the environment, population surveillance or disease tracking.
On an eight-hour Emirates flight, with mask-wearing enforced, a whopping 27 coronavirus-positive people boarded the plane in Dubai. Guess how many passengers got infected?
Some passengers don a disposable suit over their clothes to help shield themselves from the coronavirus. Is that helpful? What about gloves, face shields and goggles? Also: A blanket idea!
As places around the world begin reopening, people are thinking about flying again — and wondering if it's safe.