Plane passenger tries to break into cockpit before jumping out emergency exit
A rogue plane passenger is facing up to 20 years in prison after displaying some seriously erratic behaviour.
Surge in unruly passenger behaviour sparks inflight booze bans
If you thought the increase in stories about unruly passengers of late was just because we find them mildly entertaining, you’re only half right.
“I thought we were going down”: What we know about the United Airlines engine explosion
The flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Denver when one of its engines blew apart, raining debris on suburban neighbourhoods below.
Man jailed after hiding in US airport for three months unnoticed
Apparently, the man was scared to fly home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is an excuse our editor has used to get out of going to the dentist and jury duty.
Airline banishes couple for flying to Hawaii knowing they had COVID-19
The couple was charged with reckless endangerment upon arrival in Hawaii for putting fellow passengers “in danger of death”.
United Airlines increases non-stop service between Sydney and LA
Oddly enough, the US carrier seems to be experiencing increased demand for flights to LA, despite there being an overseas travel ban in place.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin Australia sale update, United makes COVID-19 tests available to customers + MORE
It’s been a landmark week for carriers near and far. Lucky for you, our Aviation Wrap continues to keep you abreast of the latest in this space.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin staff celebrate Bain Capital sale, Hawaiian Airlines removes change fees + MORE
Outside of making a fourth double-shot espresso (as our reporter did), this week’s Aviation Wrap is the best way to kill five minutes.
Aviation Wrap: Virgin’s company secretary resigns, Myanmar Airways appoints Australian GSA + MORE
It’s mainly good news in this week’s Aviation Wrap, with a sprinkling of announcements around the industry’s favourite buzzword: sustainability.
Aviation Wrap: Air NZ extends Aussie booking pause, Sydney Airport’s July traffic performance + MORE
We promise there aren’t that many thorns in this week’s rose-filled Aviation Wrap, but we can’t guarantee it’ll smell as good as the real deal.
Aviation Wrap: Qantas’ $72m achievement, new solar farm to power all Melbourne Airport terminals + MORE
This week’s Aviation Wrap can be compared to an Airbus A380 at full capacity, meaning it’s jam-packed full of news and updates.
Aviation Wrap: Air NZ ramps up domestic schedule, Singapore Airlines raises millions + MORE
If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it’d be a Fokker 100, meaning that it’s not too big but very reliable.
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