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World's Most-Entertaining Airlines
Ever hear of Kulula Air? It's a low-cost South African airline with a wicked sense of humor. Just go to its "About Us" section on Kulula.com and instead of a boring list of top executives, you are directed to "Who's who in the zoo," complete with an array of "mug shots." Then there are those
Airport Check-in: Twitter trend catches on; Delta drops 'Crown'
• Zurich Airport has introduced a bag-drop zone that is shared by multiple airlines. Developed by ground aviation specialist Swissport International and aviation technology firm SITA, the 10 common-use counters are for customers of 11 airlines that are members of Star Alliance: Adria Airways,
•Zurich Airport has introduced a bag-drop zone that is shared by multiple airlines. a bag-drop zone that is shared by multiple airlines. Developed by ground aviation specialist Swissport International and aviation technology firm SITA, the 10 common-use counters are for customers of 11 airlines
Many Feared Dead in Madrid Plane Fire
Plane Catches Fire on Takeoff at Madrid Airport; NTSB to Join Investigation
Safety slip in Madrid crash also seen in U.S.
The same failure by pilots to do a routine but critical task that likely led to a fatal crash in Madrid last summer has happened dozens of times in the United States since 2000, according to government data analyzed by USA TODAY. Spanair Flight JK5022 never got more than a few feet off the ground
Human error stubborn snag in airline safety
As the jet roared toward takeoff, it seemed "sluggish" and struggled to lift off, the captain said later. It climbed only 100 feet before the control column started shaking violently, a warning that the jet was on the verge of plummeting to the ground. Only then did the crew of the Boeing 737-800
Spanair Pilot Noticed Engine Problem
Investigators talk to survivors about the final moments before Madrid crash.
Crash Victims' Families Desperate for News of Their Loved Ones
By SONIA GALLEGO, ABC News Madrid Under a blazing hot sun, the gruesome task of identifying the bodies in Wednesday’s horrific Spanair crash continued. The work has been painfully slow for the forensic scientists who have so far managed to...
153 People Killed in Spanair Crash
After a deadly plane crash 153. People were killed. When a span air jet packed with vacationers went down in flames just moments after take off. ABC's nick watt is at the airport in Madrid this morning. Good morning Kate well behind me is a makeshift morgue where right now forensic doctors are