Two Senators have concluded that it’s too easy to buy airline pilots’ uniforms. They want the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and the Transportation Security Administration “”to investigate why uniforms are so readily available.”"
Do you find it challenging to get your dog to take a heartworm pill carefully hidden in a ball of hamburger?
What do you do when you have a passion for aviation and make your living in the food service industry? Turn a DC-3 mounted on a school bus frame into a café, of course.
The Evergreen Aviation Museum is rolling out the red carpet Feb. 27 to celebrate the 11 Academy Award nominations received by “”The Aviator.”"
Airbus recently unveiled its A380, which boasts more than 500 seats. But how does the A380 stack up against other large aircraft, such as the Hughes Flying Boat?
On one of his first days as the new president and chief operating officer of Ballistic Recovery Systems Inc., Larry Williams was walking through the company’s South St. Paul, Minn., plant. He stopped to watch one of the firm’s employees pack a parachute.
Troubled times continue at Commander Aircraft Co., as the Bethany, Okla.-based company is set to be liquidated.
When George Christie was 16 years old, aviation was in its Golden Age. Armed with a $5 Kodak camera, the young aviation buff had plenty of opportunities to take photos of his favorite thing — airplanes — and the personalities who flew them.
Since the earliest days of moviemaking, airplanes have been stars on the big screen — often pushing credibility to the limits.