US Army bans Chinese-made drone

US Army bans Chinese-made drone

The U.S. Army reportedly will no longer use drones made by Chinese manufacturer DJI over security concerns.Troops were ordered to… Read More »

North Korean missile endangered Air France flight

North Korean missile endangered Air France flight

North Korea has dramatically ramped up missile testing in recent months.Flight data shows that a July 29 missile came within… Read More »

Air Force signs contract for two aircraft with Boeing

Air Force signs contract for two aircraft with Boeing

The Air Force, which has been looking for ways to lower the cost of new Air Force One 747 jets,… Read More »

Airlines have challenge with EU airport delays

Airlines have challenge with EU airport delays

British Airways and Easyjet have sent text alerts to customers warning of delays at EU border controls. BA said it is… Read More »

Air Canada jet almost had an accident at SFO

Air Canada jet almost had an accident at SFO

Currently released data and photos show how shockingly low an Air Canada jet was when it pulled up to avoid… Read More »

Grandparent Exemption To Trump Travel Ban

Grandparent Exemption To Trump Travel Ban

The Supreme Court has upheld parts of a lower court order that had widened the definition of which citizens from… Read More »

FAA to warn airlines rearding electronics in checked bags

FAA to warn airlines rearding electronics in checked bags

Battery pack and heater, Source: FAA As airlines flying into the United States adjust to new, tighter security rules designed to… Read More »

US ends laptop ban for the remaining airlines and airports

US ends laptop ban for the remaining airlines and airports

The US had already lifted the ban for three major airlines, earlier this month. But late yesterday an official tweeted… Read More »

U.S. issues readjusted security directive to airlines

U.S. issues readjusted security directive to airlines

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a revised directive to airlines around the world in response to requests… Read More »

US and Australia to fly hypersonic missiles

US and Australia to fly hypersonic missiles

The US has been working on hypersonic aircraft missiles that could fly at a mile per second.Australia joined the testing process… Read More »

Heathrow Airport introduces AR technology

Heathrow Airport introduces AR technology

Two other UK airports have already embraced augmented reality (AR) technology, with Gatwick using AR to help passengers navigate the… Read More »

The U.S. Air Force Wants Permission to Shoot Down Civilian Drones

The U.S. Air Force Wants Permission to Shoot Down Civilian Drones

When they’re flying over bases and nearly colliding with $250 million fighters. The head of the U.S. Air Force’s Air… Read More »

Titanic prepares to set sail in Belfast

Titanic prepares to set sail in Belfast

Set in the former headquarters and drawing offices of shipbuilder Harland & Wolff, Belfast’s much-anticipated Titanic Hotel has named its… Read More »

Turkish Airlines and Dubai’s Emirates are no longer on US laptop ban list

Turkish Airlines and Dubai's Emirates are no longer on US laptop ban list

After Etihad, Turkish Airlines and Emirates are the next airlines that satisfied American security concerns and they have been exempted from a U.S. ban… Read More »

Biometric boarding for Delta SkyMiles Members

Biometric boarding for Delta SkyMiles Members

Imagine going from checking bags, into the Delta Sky Club and on to the aircraft without ever producing a boarding… Read More »

JetBlue to launch self-boarding using facial recognition

JetBlue to launch self-boarding using facial recognition

JetBlue  announced it will collaborate with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and SITA to test a new paperless and… Read More »

United Airlines changes customer experience

United Airlines changes customer experience

United Airlines announced changes to how it flies, serves and respects its customers. The changes are the result of United’s… Read More »

Police report tells us something different about the United Incident

Police report tells us something different about the United Incident

Newly released police reports, obtained after several news organizations filed a Freedom Of Information Act request, suggest that Dr. David… Read More »

Egyptian Officials claim the country is safe to travel

Egyptian Officials claim the country is safe to travel

Despite ongoing security concerns, Egypt’s tourism minister said that resorts and popular tourist attractions in the country are safe options for… Read More »

United no longer flies the friendly skies after brutally dragging passenger off flight

United no longer flies the friendly skies after brutally dragging passenger off flight

United Airlines introduced its famous slogan in 1965: “Fly the friendly skies.” The man who led the agency that coined… Read More »

TSA warns Police about its new airport pat-downs

TSA warns Police about its new airport pat-downs

A universal “comprehensive” search may prompt passenger complaints to law enforcement. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration has declined to say… Read More »

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 families to fund search for missing aircraft

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 families to fund search for missing aircraft

The families of passengers and crew onboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have launched a campaign to raise money for… Read More »

How to Keep Phone Data Private

How to Keep Phone Data Private

PHOTO: Keep your personal information private. (Photo via Flickr/Lea Latumahina) Just because you are a U.S. citizen does not mean… Read More »

When facial recognition becomes your Boarding Pass

When facial recognition becomes your Boarding Pass

PHOTO: Biometrics are being used to speed airport screening. (Photo via Flickr/NEC Corporation of America) According to a new report… Read More »