Ultra-long-haul flights of nearly 20 hours are considered “aviation’s final frontier.” How the human body will feel after a flight from Sydney to London, however, is another question entirely. Continue reading Qantas to Test How the Human Body Withstands the World’s Longest Flight
A new software problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane’s nose down automatically, and fixing the flaw is almost certain to further delay the plane’s return to flying after two deadly crashes. Continue reading New software glitch found in Boeing 737 Max jet
Delta will align the names of its boarding groups with its branded fare products, beginning January 23, 2019. With the move, the airline will no longer refer to its boarding groups as “zones.”
The majority of passengers now see inflight connectivity as a necessity according to a new survey published by Inmarsat. The annual Inflight Connectivity Survey says that the majority of global passengers (60 percent) now see inflight connectivity as a necessity, not a luxury.
The crash of LaMia Airlines Flight 2933 near the Colombian city of Medellín will do little to allay the fears of nervous fliers. But, though it will come as no consolation to the friends and families of the 71 who perished this week, 2016 is set to be one of the safest years in aviation history.