Technically Incorrect: A new A350 with journalists and special guests on board for its inaugural US flight, the plane decides the runway's too short and puts on the brakes.
A subsidiary that makes in-flight entertainment and communications systems is under investigation for allegedly paying bribes to secure contracts, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
On May 24, 1962, Scott Carpenter flew the second American manned orbital flight when he piloted the Aurora 7 through three orbits of the Earth on a mission which lasted less than 5 hours.
Under a new, multimillion dollar contract, the U.S. Air Force plans to replace a chunk of its printed in-flight materials with iPads.
University of Texas professor and grad students manipulate unmanned crafts' flight paths. One exercise is done with DHS. Thousands of civilian drones are destined for U.S. skies.
In the skies over Florida, the FAA says, a US Airways flight, just 2,300 feet from the ground, narrowly avoids a drone.
You won't have to turn your phone off if you fly with British Airways from tomorrow -- as long as it's in flight mode.
The U.S. space agency teamed up with a group called SpaceFarm 7 to make corn mazes based on famous NASA projects and moments throughout history. The public is invited to vote on their favorite.
Lawyer for MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom asks New Zealand court to release him on bail, saying he's innocent of piracy and money-laundering charges against him. Lawyers for the U.S. say DotCom is an "extreme" flight risk.
British Airways launches a series of interactive billboards in which children appear to react to real-world planes flying by and even explain which flight is in the air.