The scan takes fractions of a second and has shown to be 99 percent accurate during testing, according to CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, who was joined by MWAA President Jack Potter and airline representatives for an unveiling event Thursday.
My name is Rafi Sela, and I was the head of security for the world's safest airport. Here's what your country does wrong.
How do we make aircraft more efficient? By keeping them in the air longer.
The Leading Edge Asynchronous Propeller Technology (LEAPTech) wing has 18 electrically powered propellers attached to it.
What's the best way to understand something apparently obscure? Easy: look at how that business, that institution, that group of people or that individual thrives. How it makes money. How it survives. From this, you can understand almost everything else.
DOHA, QATAR. Qatar Airways is regarded as one of the most luxurious airlines in the world, and has received numerous awards for their onboard service.Flight attendants Saga and Gina testify about the other side of the glamour. How employees are forced to sign contracts that prevent them from governing their own life choices.Swedish newspaper Expressen's reporter Johanna Karlsson commutes between Doha and small Swedish towns in her depiction of a five-star airline.
George Monbiot: The economic case for more capacity is based on defunct data: this policy will only drag us back to the planet-burning past
The following is a list of books conservatives should read to understand how we got in our current transportation cul-de-sac. After reading this selection one cannot help but think our current situation is a big mess created by greed, corruption, incompetence and hopelessly misguided progressivism. The inspiration for this list came from "the canon" developed by my friend William S. Lind for the U.S. Marine Corps to further understanding of the development of the four generations of modern warfare. The canon, consisting of seven books, if read in the prescribed order will take the reader through the first, second, third and fourth generation warfare. As a friend of mine in the US Marines remarked on the list, "Even if the guy is a total rock, he'll get it after reading the canon." The transportation reading list revealed in this paper is still a work in progress, so the order is not so precise and story not yet fully chronicled in a critical way. Yet, the accounts cited below should convey to the reader a general sense of how we reached our current dilemma (or debacle, if you will).
London City Airport wants to eradicate the many nuisances associated with flying.
Hugh Pickens writes "Megan Garber writes that last weekend, a US Airways flight taxiing for takeoff from Washington's Reagan National Airport got stuck on the tarmac for three hours because the tarmac had softened from the heat, and the plane had created — and then sunk into — a groove f...
PLEASE NOTE: This guide is now outdated. We published a new version in March, 2017. Available here. Our lives are on our laptops - family photos, medical documents, banking information, details about what websites we visit, and so much more. Thanks to protections enshrined in the...