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This Week's Edition
Who You Calling Parochial?
A record number of Americans now hold valid passports
Air Algerie Flight Carrying 116 People From Burkina Faso 'Crashes'
The flight, that passes over conflict-ridden northern Mali, was scheduled to land in Algiers at 5.10am but never arrived
Contact Lost With Air Algerie Plane Carrying 116 People From Burkina Faso
Authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie flight en route to Algiers with 110 passengers on board
US Airlines Blocked from Tel Aviv Airport for 24 Hours
Delta first canceled flights due to a reported rocket landing near Ben Gurion Airport.
The Next Chapter of Flight: Planes Without Pilots
78 companies are displaying unmanned drones at Farnborough air show this year, and they might be the future of air travel
Britain Steps Up Airport Security After U.S. Warns of Undetectable Bomb Threat
U.S. officials said al Qaeda operatives may be developing bombs that could be smuggled onto planes.
Newsweek Rewind: When Amelia Earhart Disappeared
On this day in 1937, Amelia Mary Earhart went missing. Now a woman with the same name is attempting to recreate the journey
The $8.5M Race to Protect Planes From Cosmic Rays
Neutrons from outer space are hitting aircraft, voting machines and supercomputers—and we need to stop them