Pilots perform risky honor lap stunt, alarming travelers in terminal
In a farewell stunt, pilots of an Air Berlin passenger jet taking off from Miami buzzed the tower, in a move seen in the movie "Top Gun."
The pilots who were flying the Air Berlin plane that buzzed a control tower in Dusseldorf, Germany, have been suspended, according to the airline. Air Berlin said the pilots, who have not been identified, were "not working in air service" while an investigation continued into the incident. The
Officials in Germany have launched an investigation after Air Berlin pilots with 200 passengers onboard made a hard turn toward the control tower in a maneuver meant to honor the airline's final long-haul flight.
To the index of other news tonight. The manhunt under way in Houston at this hour. Police releasing video of a deadly shooting and carjacking. One person killed. Another wounded. A driver and her 11-month-old niece pulled from their mini van. Three suspects on the loose. The women and child were
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Welcome to Hill Force One. Hillary Clinton , who has abstained from the common campaign practice of flying on the same aircraft as her traveling press corps, has landed a new ride, a large jet dubbed Hill Force One, and welcomed reporters on board. Beginning today -- with just 64 days left until
Signed up for an airline rewards program and hoping to turn your hard-won miles into a free seat? If you're a U.S. traveler, you'll have the best chance if you're a member of Southwest Airlines reward program "Rapid Rewards." The airline was ranked No. 1 in the U.S. and No. 2 in the world by the
I thought that after weeks of writing about ugly topics like bag fees and the rising cost of oil and airline tickets, we could just kick back a bit and have some fun. So I put together a quiz about air travel. Note that I start off with a softball, but it gets a little more complicated as you work
We turn now to airport security German authorities are saying a suspicious device was found in a on an air Berlin flight from Namibia to Munich. Let's turn to Pierre Thomas for the latest on that plus the lapses and debate over airport security in a pat downs here in airports here in the United
Veterinarian Markus Baur never has a moment alone at work. He shares a small, drab room with his colleague Tobias Friz -- and with a number of animals. At the moment, his office is home to a freshwater turtle, a Mexican parrot snake, two tarantulas, several twist-necked turtles, giant musk turtles,