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An Exam So Stressful Even Planes Are Banned to Avoid Noise
Businesses Nationwide, Including Stock Market, Start Late to Ease Student Commutes
Pilot Confusion Caused Fatal 2013 Asiana Airlines Crash
Asiana Airlines pilots mismanaged a confusing auto-pilot system, causing the jetliner to crash and kill three people at San Francisco International Airport last year, federal officials said today. At a hearing today, authorities from the National Transportation Safety Board said confusion over
The Biggest Mysteries of Missing Malaysian Flight MH370
As the search continues for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, more questions than answers remain about the how the Boeing 777 jetliner could have disappeared. Since the plane's disappearance early Saturday, revelations about the passenger list and plane's flight plan have left officials scrambling
2013: A Year in Air Travel to Make You Go 'Whoa!'
The year 2013 started off with a bang as a jaw-droppingly " bad passenger " incident played out during a flight from Iceland to JFK. Ah, duct tape. The other passengers used it to tie the guy up (and stick him to his seat), then took photos of their handiwork for the rest of us to enjoy. But this
13 Unforgettable Things About the Year 2013
From the Year's Biggest Stories to What We Got Addicted to, Here's Everything You Need to Know about 2013
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Interpreter at Mandela Memorial Blames Schizophrenia Thamsanqa Jantjie , the man accused of faking sign interpretation at Nelson Mandela's memorial service, said he suffers from schizophrenia and saw "angels" at the
Asiana Crash Hearing Highlights Pilots' Dependency on Automation
Pilots have become overly dependent on aircraft automation to the detriment of their manual skills, according to testimony at a National Transportation Safety Board hearing on the Asiana Airlines crash in July that killed three people and injuried more than 150. “What’s clear from the...
Asiana Crash Hearing Draws Attention to Pilots' Automation 'Addiction'
Pilots have become overly dependent on aircraft automation to the detriment of their manual skills, according to testimony at a National Transportation Safety Board hearing on the Asiana Airlines crash in July that killed three people and injured more than 150. “What’s clear from the...
Asiana 214 Tumbles Down Runway in New Video
As part of an investigation into the July 6 crash of Asiana Airlines flight 214, the NTSB today released dramatic new video that shows the giant 777 essentially cartwheeling down the runway at San Francisco International Airport. The federal agency found that human error and...
Asiana Airlines Crash Caught on Airport Camera
Video released by the NTSB shows the hard landing of Asiana Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport.