A low-speed solo flight will traverse U.S., Canada and North Atlantic over the course of several months. Continue reading →
Thanks to their solar plane, two Swiss pilots are set to fly around Earth -- slowly, very slowly, but surely -- on the strength of the sun alone.
Solar Impulse 2 carried out a flight lasting two hours and 15 minutes.
Got the need for speed (OK, we had to put a cheesy Top Gun reference in there -- you know it's coming, yet it's still tough to avoid.)? Check out this DNews episode, which put host Trace Dominguez inside an F-18 fighter.
Many close calls go unreported -- but flying is still much safer than driving.
Tara reports on some astonishing news about how researchers created kerosene from water.
The limits of technology are conflicting with human expectations in the hunt for Malaysian Airlines flight 370.
Imitating avian anatomy could amplify airplane aerodynamics.