Tag Archives: airlines

The Air Berlin pilots who make risky low pass before landing Suspended!

Air Berlin Pilots Suspended

Two Air Berlin pilots decided to “make a mark” by flying low over an airport and buzzing by the control tower, sparking an FAA investigation have been suspended.

Watch Video Here

This plane flew incredibly close to a control tower. The stunt was pulled off by two pilots during an Air Berlin flight.

Flight Attendant Conks Passenger With Wine Bottle On Delta Flight

Flight Attendant Conks Passenger on Delta Flight

Delta flight attendant smashes wine bottle over rowdy passenger’s head amid mid-flight chaos!

A Tampa Florida man reportedly attacked passengers and crew members on a Delta Airlines flight last week.

The 23-year-old man identified as Joseph Daniel Hudek IV was on a flight from Seattle to Beijing when he assaulted flight attendants and passengers.  It was then that a flight attendant conked  him over the head with two wine bottles and  zip-tied in an attempt to prevent him from opening the plane’s exit door mid-flight, according to a federal complaint.

Backlash from the United Airlines Leggings Saga Continues

United Airlines Leggings Saga

United Airlines continues to get backlash after a gate agent barred two teenage girls, who were wearing leggings, from boarding a flight Sunday morning.

A gate agent insisted that they change into a dress because she felt that their attire inappropriate.


That set off waves of anger on social media, with users criticizing what they called an intrusive, sexist policy, but the airline maintained its support for the gate agent’s decision.

Weather Advisory Issued from Central Appalachians to NYC

snow weather

NYC, Baltimore,Philadelphia and other areas along the East Coast all set record high temperatures on Wednesday.

According to weather expects, these extremely mild temperatures are set to drop 15 to 30 degrees overnight as a nor’easter makes its way through the region.

World’s Most Unsafe Airline Carriers the “No Fly Zone”

Worst Airlines

If traveling is in your future,  there are several important factors you might want to take in consideration  if you plane to fly.

AIRLINES from Nepal, Kazakhstan and Afghanistan bottomed out on a list of the world’s safest carriers.

AirAsia, which recently lost 162 passengers and crew in an Indonesia-to-Singapore journey, also rated poorly on safety ranking made by AirlineRaings.com. The online airline journal evaluated 449 airlines from across the globe.

The airlines were rated on a seven-star system that leaned on accreditation from various international flight bodies. If any airline used exclusively Russian-made equipment, it lost one star automatically.

The worst of the worst were Nepal’s Tara Air and Nepal Airlines, Kazakhstan’s Scat Airlines and Afghanistan’s Kam Air which all received just one star.

Amazingly, Malaysia Airlines — which had Flight 370 vanish without a trace in March with 239 people on board — had high safety scores with five stars.

Missing Malaysia Airlines Co-Pilot Let Blonde in Cockpit

AirAsia subsidiaries in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines didn’t fare well, scoring just two, three and three stars respectively.

Malaysian Airflight Mystery No Recent Pings

Wednesday marks 33 days since the jetliner mysteriously disappeared from radar screens, a stretch marked by loads of speculation, lots of heartache from relatives of the 239 people aboard the plane and few solid facts about what happened.

flight recorder is an electronic recording device placed in an aircraft for the purpose of facilitating the investigation of aviation accidents and incidents. Commonly referred to as a black boxIt’s also three days since the date which the batteries powering the flight recorders‘ locator beacons were certified to be working. Stored in a plane’s tail, they are designed to begin sending off distinct, high-pitched signals as soon as they come in contact with water.

“Aura of urgency” prevails as authorities are still listening, mindful the pulses could last a few days longer and that sending in submersibles could ruin chances of hearing them again. Retired Lt. Col. Michael Kay of the Royal Air Force told CNN the batteries can operate up to 40 days.

Cheers over what searchers believed might be underwater pulses from Malaysia Flight 370 have given way, four days later, to little more proof the aircraft is close to being found.

No more signals have been detected since Saturday’s momentary jubilation aboard an Australian navy ship some 1,100 miles (1,750 kilometers) northwest of Perth — pulses consistent with those sent by a flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder, explained Angus Houston, head of the Australian-led search effort. Nor has any wreckage been found from the Boeing 777-200ER.

United Airlines Loses Little Girl at Chicago Airport

It was a frightening experience for  10-year-old Phoebe Klebahn today when she found  was lost in America’s second-biggest airport today.

United Airlines Forgets Little GirlThe young girl was in route from San Francisco where she lives to Chicago.  Once she arrived at the airport there was suppose to be a flight attendant there to meet her and take her to the gate where she would board a connecting flight to  Grand Rapids, Michigan for summer camp.

When she arrived in Chicago’s, O’Hare International Airport there was no one at the gate to meet her. She attempted to ask other flight attendants to meet her they refused because they were “too busy.” 

‘She  asked three times to use a phone to call us her parents and was told to wait.  When she missed the flight she asked if someone had called camp to make sure they knew and they told her “yes—we will take care of it”.  No one did.”

‘She was sad and scared and no one helped.’

Phoebe’s parents, who paid a  $99.00 unaccompanied minor fee didn’t find out that their daughter had trouble with the airlines until  a camp counselor called to say that the girl never showed up.

Four hour latter, she was put on a plane to Michigan.  She finally arrived at camp…only to learn that her luggage was lost.

According to sources…The Klebahn’s, Phoebe’s parent spent countless hours on the phone with the airlines to find out how this happened…The eventually learned that the escorts that the UNITED AIRLINES  uses third party service to collect and drop off unaccompanied minors during solo flights. 

An airline representative contacted  the Klebahn’s directly and released a statement apologizing for their alleged actions. United also issued a statement to the Huffington Post saying…
“We reached out directly to the Klebahn’s to apologize and we are reviewing this matter. What the Klebahn’s describe is not the service we aim to deliver to our customers. We are redepositing the miles used to purchase the ticket back into Mr. Klebahn’s account in addition to refunding the unaccompanied minor charge. We certainly appreciate their business and would like the opportunity to provide them a better travel experience in the future.”
Related Archives:

Supermodel Feels Violated by Airport Security

Celebrities may travel “First Class” but there is no such thing as “First Class Security Checks.” Bar Refaeli says she felt “violated by airport security personnel.” Former Sports Illustrated Cover Girl and supermodel Bar Refaeli isn’t happy with the security screening process by airport security at a UK airport  which made her feel “violated.”

Flight Attendant Outburst Delays Flight

Passengers said that from the beginning they sensed that something just wasn’t right.  Then the flight attendant ask them if they were in Houston. The answer was no….they were in Dallas! Then came announcements from two flight attendants…..one saying that the plane had experienced mechanical problems….the other saying that things were just fine.

Posted by:  BBParks


Continental Airlines Forced To Make Emergency Landing Video


Continental Airlines night flight from Brazil to Texas hit turbulence over the Atlantic ocean that injured 26 people, forcing an emergency landing in Miami early Monday, officials said.

Iranian Plane Skids Off The Runway (RAW VIDEO FOOTAGE)

See Video Next Page

html hit counter