Aircastle Ltd. is a global company that acquires, leases, and sells high-utility commercial jet aircraft to airlines throughout the world.
The Thunderbolt continues to see duty around the world, and the Air Force says it wants to keep it in service into the 2030s.
Complete coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border with 298 people aboard on July 17, 2014.
Owning a private jet might one day be a thing of the past for the ultra-wealthy.
United Airlines is joining Delta Air Lines in tightening rules for emotional support animals, requiring proof of health and a promise of good behavior.
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Once there were three on the flight deck.
There was a backlash against the airline after the death of a dog in an overhead bin.
Rising tides, icy air, melting permafrost and air that is too hot for take-off are challenging aviation as the world warms.
Frustrated airline passengers who have lost luggage, been forced off overbooked flights and been delayed on international flights may get some relief under tough new regulations announced by federal
Since the introduction of numerous low-cost airlines to the transatlantic market, access to Europe has never been easier or cheaper. New fuel-efficient aircraft and low-cost business models have allowed for increased competition among low-cost carriers, with more and more starting up every year. This series will serve
Virgin America is, and always has been, unlike any other airline in the United States. They offer a degree of luxury overtakes any of the other American competition, while keeping prices affordable. I had been on the airline once before and had an image ingrained in my head that came with high expectations for Virgin
It's hard enough to fly with small children when everything goes right. When you're with a frightened 2-year-old it can be even tougher. Flight attendants on a
The Trump administration’s focus on international flights will may shift the priorities of airlines and passengers.
Yale economist Robert Shiller was asked to get off a plane in 2015; he and his wife were paid $2,700.
With the Ebola crisis in the background, standards for disinfecting planes vary based on time, class and other factors.
A new study crunches numbers to score companies on customer satisfaction.
A look at the pet policies of some of America's major airlines.
The airline is currently investigating the death of a dog after being placed in an overhead bin.
U.S. military officials believe North Korea is a fight they can win, but their long-term concern is conflict with China.
The European Union's landmark effort to charge foreign airlines for carbon emitted on flights in and out of Europe was already failing by the time French President Francois Hollande shared his deep concerns with the European Commission chief in October.