Federal Aviation Administration

After World War II, commercial air travel grew considerably. Vacationers and business people alike increasingly chose the speed and convenience of flying when traveling to destinations hundreds of miles away,

Read more: On the role of the Federal Aviation Administration

United Airlines

Flying with empty seats is a lost opportunity for airlines to make money. So they use computerized systems to predict how many passengers will show up on-time for their flights

Read more: Why airlines overbook flights?

Grand Canyon disaster

Flight has become one of the safest means of transportation in modern times, but lessons must always be learned from every airplane accident to ensure safety in future flights. The

Read more: Shaping the modern Air Traffic Control: Grand Canyon disaster

TragetMyTravel Boog airline passengers

United Airlines removed a passenger from Flight UA3411 departing Chicago O’Hare Airport to Louisville, Kentucky on April 9, 2017. The incident sparked social media outrage, it went viral and triggered

Read more: Overbooked flights: What rights do you have?

Qantas Airbus A380

Boeing’s recent innovation, the 747-8 Intercontinental, is in direct competition with the massive A380. Both craft sit at the top of their class, feature similar characteristics, and compete for a

Read more: Showdown in the Skies: A380 vs. 747-8

5 Steps to Prepare for a Long-haul Flight

A long-haul (long distance) flight may last anywhere from six to twelve or more hours. Airlines usually use wide-body aircraft to service such, often non-stop flights that span over multiple

Read more: 5 Steps to Prepare for a Long-haul Flight

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