A passenger had to land a plane in Florida after the pilot suffered a medical emergency

A passenger with no flying experience successfully landed a small plane in Florida Tuesday afternoon after his pilot suffered a medical emergency. The incredible aviation accomplishment happened at Palm Beach International Airport with the help of air traffic controllers, according to WPBF-TV. “I’ve got a serious situation here,” the Cessna Caravan passenger was reportedly heard…

Air France reveals its last commercial ad

Taking elegance to new heights. Every day, Air France celebrates the French art of living, making each trip an experience in itself. A know-how that takes elegance and refinement to new heights… the little touches and that “je ne sais quoi” so characteristic of France.

Air parade was suddenly cancelled in Moscow

Today’s air parade was suddenly cancelled altogether in the five biggest Russian cities. In Moscow, the air part of the parade was canceled due to “bad weather”. RIA Novosti was informed by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov. The air parade did not take place in Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Samara, St Petersburg…

Ukrainians make keychains from downed Russian fighter jets

A Ukrainian businessman is turning scraps of wreckage from a downed Russian fighter plane into souvenir key. A Ukrainian makes keychains from Russian fighter plane wreckage to fund war effort. “Many of my friends tell me: ‘US$1,000 – nobody will give you this for this piece of metal, it’s crazy,’” said Iurii Vysoven, founder of…

Here is the wellbeing zone in the centre of the Qantas A350K you can use when flying non-stop from Sydney to London or New York

The Qantas Group has today announced several major fleet decisions that will reshape its international and domestic networks over the next decade and beyond. These decisions will also improve journeys for millions of people every year, and create over 1,000 jobs as well as many career progression opportunities at the national carrier. Domestically, Qantas will…