Got a mummified head? Need to fly somewhere in the US with it? No problem! Just make sure you declare it.
Pilot Bertrand Piccard safely landed the Solar Impulse 2 solar-powered plane in Abu Dhabi this evening completing the plane's historic flight around the world using only sunlight for fuel. The trip began in Abu Dhabi on March 9, 2015, and concluded July 25, 2016, making aviation history and proving that solar technology can power just about anything.
After 18 months, Solar Impulse's sun-powered circumnavigation is complete, as the pilot hails a "new era in aviation."
Technically Incorrect: The right engine of a Boeing 777 bursts into flames during an emergency landing at Singapore's Changi airport.
The solar-powered aircraft has landed in Seville, ending the 15th stage of its round-the-world trip.
Flying across the planet in a Hello Kitty themed aircraft felt strange, but I'd be lying if I didn't say it wasn't great.
CNET's Aloysius Low ended up onboard a Hello Kitty-themed flight where everything from the food to the toilett paper was covered in kitty swag.
An attempt at a record-setting sun-powered flight around the world hits a new snag. It's not as serious as the Hawaii battery problem, though.
Technically Incorrect: In Pomona, California, the pilot of a small plane avoids a freeway and bails out on top of an office park building.
Technically Incorrect: An Ivy League expert in search theory says the math he was writing may have been mistaken by a passenger for some sort of code, possibly terroristic. Oh, and he has dark skin.