What to Know About the Airbus 320 Jet Amid EgyptAir Search
The Airbus A320 is one of the most common jets in the sky and it's the same model of the EgyptAir plane that disappeared over the Mediterranean Sea last Thursday with 66 aboard. An ABC News aviation contributor deems it "a great aircraft with a superb safety record." Fast Facts Here some fast facts
An Inside Look at Flightradar24, the Team Watching Every Airplane in the Sky
Keeping track of every airplane in the sky -- all 14,000 of them or so at any given moment -- is a heady task but one a team of travel enthusiasts in Stockholm, Sweden, are able to do it with unparalleled detail due to a high-tech network of receivers positioned around the world. Flightradar24,
Year in Review: 13 Biggest News Stories of 2015
From start to finish, many of this year’s biggest news stories were centered around violence, terror threats or a general sense of fear. The year began with a targeted terror strike in Paris and closed out with another planned attack in California, proving that threats around the globe remain an
'Tis the Season for Very Strange Airfare Sales
What's your pleasure? Mystery destinations, unknown airlines, gluttonous all-you-can-fly deals or maybe just a nice, simple impossible fare. Find all these and more right now. But there are a few catches -- aren't there always? Frontier Among the strangest sales ever was this week's Flights for $1.
Prosecutors: Doctors Felt Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Was Unfit to Fly Before He Crashed Plane into Alps
Lubitz had seven doctor appointments just in the month before the flight, and some doctors felt he was mentally unfit to fly.
Germanwings Could Face Involuntary Homicide Charges in Alps Crash
The criminal investigation into the Germanwings plane crash has concluded that the co-pilot was the one responsible for purposefully flying the plane into the French Alps and now prosecutors may file involuntary homicide charges against the airline due to negligence, investigators announced today.
Germanwings Co-Pilot May Have Practiced on Another Flight
Andreas Lubitz, who suffered from depression, rehearsed controlled descent settings on earlier flight, investigators said.
Germanwings Co-Pilot's Suspicious Descent on Prior Flight; Baltimore Mayor Announces Partnership With DOJ, 'Deflategate' Investigation Report Revealed
Germanwings co-pilot's suspicious descent on prior flight before crash; Baltimore mayor announces partnership with Department of Justice.
Did Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz Practice His Suicide Mission?
A new report released by French Investigators revealed Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz tested alarm systems and altitude selections on an earlier flight the same day he crashed a flight into the French Alps.
Germanwings Crash: What We Know About the Co-Pilot's 'Test' Drops
The investigation into the Germanwings plane crash that left 150 people dead in the French Alps has determined that the co-pilot had tried to dramatically descend on an earlier flight . Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz is believed to have locked the pilot out of the cockpit in the minutes ahead of the fatal