In a bid to reassure the public that Boeing has fixed the problems with its disastrous 737 Max line of passenger jets, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson will personally take get behind the controls for a test flight next week, according to Bloomberg.
Did you fly a jetpack over Los Angeles at approximately 914.40 m on Sunday? Some kind of tiny helicopter? Maybe a lawn chair with balloons tied to it?
A United Nations council of 36 countries has agreed on a major change to the main global scheme addressing the climate impact of aviation, a move expected to remove requirements for airlines to offset emissions for several years.