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JetBlue Flight 2216 made an emergency landing in Buffalo, New York on Thursday after colliding with a bird shortly after take off. The Embraer 190 jet was en route to Boston when the incident occurred.
A recent survey by AirlineRatings.com found that people are most annoyed with fellow passengers who smell bad. Other irritating passenger types include out of control children and those who bring too many carry-on bags.
Small airlines face a brutal reckoning as oil prices surge, according to the CEO of Europe’s biggest budget carrier
Airlines are constantly battling with the price of fuel. Airlines hedge their fuel costs, locking in prices far ahead of time to try and mitigate the possibility for rising oil prices in future.
Emirates has shyed away from buying equity stakes in other airlines. Emirates Airline president Sir Tim Clark doesn't believe the investment of time and money is worth the returns.
A Sichuan Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Monday after a front windshield broke open and partially sucked a co-pilot out, Chinese media reports stated.
A Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing Saturday evening after the cabin started to lose pressure, the airline has confirmed to Business Insider. Southwest Flight 861 was traveling from Denver to Dallas when oxygen masks deployed and passengers were asked to put them on.
The middle seat is arguably the most dreaded place to be on a flight. It's never fun being stuck between two strangers fighting for elbow room. Here are a few strategies to help you avoid getting stuck in the middle.
Frontier's sale ends 11:59 p.m. ET on Wednesday. The Denver-based ultra-low-cost carrier is adding nine new routes to its network this August, including two new destinations in Wichita, Kansas, and Norfolk, Virginia.
China's aviation authority sent letters to foreign air carriers, including American Airlines and Qantas, pressuring them to remove all descriptions of Taiwan as a country. China censured Delta Air Lines over the same issue earlier this year. The US State Department is now involved in the matter.
China wants to dictate how foreign airlines refer to Taiwan and the US is having none of it — this is how every major airline is responding
China sent letters to foreign airlines on April 25 ordering the companies to refer to Taiwan, a self-ruled island, as a province of China. The State Department said it objects to Beijing "dictating" the actions of US firms.