Say you’re at a bar in downtown Chicago, throw down six shots of Jack Daniel’s, and head out to O’Hare Airport to catch a flight.
You’re traveling with your adorable 6-month-old twins. Drunk as a skunk, you hop on the L, ride the subway at speeds of up to 55 mph, banking around the sharp curves in the Loop, standing up with a baby in each arm. Legal? Read More
Ensuring safety in the skies is the Federal Aviation Administration’s core mission, but that can too easily get lost under a blizzard of bureaucratic rules and regulations. Read More
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued an emergency Airworthiness Directive ordering airlines to immediately inspect the elevator tab control mechanisms, which stabilize the back of the plane, on all their Boeing 737s within the next 30 days. Nearly 600 aircraft are affected. Read More