The FCC wants airlines to decide for themselves, but it sounds like there are many reasons why allowing passengers to make …
After acknowledging that mobile technology does not interfere with flights
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The Federal Communications Commission is set to consider allowing airline passengers to make calls while in-flight, an official there confirmed to TIME Thursday. The agency will first discuss the proposal at an open meeting set for Dec. 12.
“Today, we circulated a proposal to expand consumer access and choice for in-flight mobile …
The flight from Fort Myers to Boston had to make an emergency landing in Orlando
No injuries reported
On planes loaded with skydivers, one pilot landed safely, and everyone else bailed out
He landed the aircraft nose-first at LaGuardia in July
Passengers might start having more fun under 10,000 feet
Plane Forced To Land When He Got Sick Mid-Air
The glamour of flying is long gone, replaced by the “cattle-herding, fee-crazy airline business” of today, as Mark Gerchick, author of a new book about the airline business called Full Upright and Locked Position, puts it.
Seven Marines were killed late Monday in Nevada when a 60mm mortar round apparently exploded prematurely inside its firing tube during a live-fire exercise.
The accompanying photograph shows a Marine loading a 60mm round at …
The long-awaited Army Task Force Report on Behavioral Health, here, came out late last Friday. This was the report on the alleged mis-diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder among troops at Madigan Army Medical Center, the …