Since the first commercial flight in 1914, the air-travel industry continues to grow. How did commercial aviation globalize the world?
E-Volo's semi-autonomous Volocopter uses a single joystick to fly and operates with an electric motor.
The new Quiet SST will fly you anywhere on Earth in six hours without the sonic boom.
A new model predicts that warming will speed up the jet stream -- slowing flights coming from Europe to the US East Coast.
The Airlander produces less noise, less pollution, and has a lower carbon footprint than conventional aircraft. Continue reading →
An aircraft dubbed the Skreemr can travel at 10 times the speed of sound, or just under 8,000 mph.
Traveling with pets is improving, suggests the recent trip of a portly pooch that was wheeled into LAX and seated in the first class section of a plane.
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