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The Boeing 737 Max saga isn’t even close to being over

September 2nd, 2019

It’s now been nearly six months since airlines around the world were forced to ground any 737 Max commercial jets in their respective fleets. The decision came after a pair of horrific crashes claimed the lives of hundreds, and Boeing’s flight control software was implicated as a cause of both accidents. Now, despite toiling away …

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Airlines might rebrand 737 Max, even if Boeing doesn’t

August 15th, 2019

Major airlines all over the globe have a serious problem on their hands, and it’s not just the fact that the Boeing 737 Max remains grounded months after a pair of deadly crashes claimed hundreds of lives. Once the defunct planes are once again deemed sky-worthy, airlines will have to convince travelers that it’s okay …

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Bored pilot draws penises on the flight radar with his plane

February 20th, 2019

Taking a flight is often exciting, or even scary, for those of us who only rarely take to the skies, but pilots spend a huge portion of their lives in the air and, well, sometimes they get bored. That appears to be what happened in South Australia on Tuesday when he spent some time drawing …

In-flight Wi-Fi Speed Comparison

In-flight Wi-Fi is about to get a whole lot better

June 6th, 2016

In-flight Wi-Fi is almost worse than having no Wi-Fi at all: sure, you can look at all those funny memes, but they only load one line at a time. The slow speeds are mostly due to the limited technology being used. namely ground stations scattered all across the country. But thanks to a new agreement …