Aviation

Increased Drug use among Pilots led to More Crashes from 1990 to 2012

Increased Drug use among Pilots led to More Crashes from 1990 to 2012

A study conducted by National Transportation Safety Board on pilots killed in plane crashes since 1990 shows increased use of drugs, both legal and illegal.

Frills coming fast for a No-Frills Airline

Frills coming fast for a No-Frills Airline

Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, has announced a new, flexible business-class service on Wednesday.

Aviation Regulators trying to control Overflow of Inexpensive Drones

Aviation Regulators trying to control Overflow of Inexpensive Drones

Aviation regulators are trying to regulate the overflow of inexpensive drones that have filled U. S. skies and are causing problems.

Malaysia Airlines will have to take tough steps to survive

Malaysia Airlines will have to take tough steps to survive

The Malaysia Airlines is fighting for survival after the two disasters that happened Flight 370 and Flight 17.

Big Airline Merger is About to Take Place

Big Airline Merger is About to Take Place

According to a latest report, the merger of the American and US Airways seems to have cleared its last major hurdle as of now.

United’s Technical Fault Provides Beautiful Opportunity to People

United’s Technical Fault Provides Beautiful Opportunity to People

Well! A technical fault that occurred recently in the United Airlines website was never expected to offer visitors to the site almost free flights.

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