Airlines are shrinking seat widths to squeeze in more passengers
Safety measures brought in after 9/11 may have helped the co-pilot barricade himself in the cockpit
As long as flights are full, there’s no incentive for airlines to cut prices
There was one airline accident for every 4.4 million flights
Dancing in the aisles.
When it comes to acts of God, 2014 wasn’t a particularly active year. No powerful hurricane struck the U.S. like Sandy in 2012 or Katrina in 2005. There was no...
On December 16, 1960, two airliners collided above New York City, raining debris, cargo, and bodies down on the boroughs on Brooklyn and Staten Island. More than...