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Seat belts are designed to save our lives. They may not be comfortable and may leave marks when you are in an accident, but you are alive. There is a man who's opinion differs from the masses. He says, it doesn't matter whether you wear them or not, if a plane goes down, you are going with it.
Once again I’m taking you back to the day when air travel was fun, not as expensive and you could keep your shoes on. About the same time that smoking was still allowed on planes, they also used real food plates with silverware and a cup and saucer. If you're old enough to remember that you're probably as annoyed as I am that you rarely even get a free soda on a flight now.
A new investigation shows the government spends thousands of taxpayer's dollars paying for empty airline seats. The money is being spent on Essential Air Service program which started in 1978 -- when the government was worried the larger airlines would abandon smaller airports.
Hawaii News Now shared dramatic video footage from the U.S. Coast Guard of a pilot deploying the airframe parachute system on a Cirrus SR-22 airplane to avoid a high-speed crash landing into the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii over the weekend.
A World War II era C-47 transport plane that was part of the D-Day invasion is spending some time in Duluth this week, giving folks the opportunity to discover the rich history of the plane and learn the powerful history of the war it was built for.
A Malaysia Airlines jet carrying nearly 300 people crashed near the border between Russia and Ukraine, according to Reuters and Interfax. The airline company has confirmed that it has lost contact with the plane, a Boeing 777.