A passenger was surprised to discover one of the pigeons flying out of a luggage bin on board the GoAir flight to Jaipur.
Several airlines are offering lower prices for flights to Asia, while others have reduced their services to the region due to falling demand.
Sikorsky S-76 helicopters are said to be more robust than other civilian helicopters and are from the same helicopter series used by Queen Elizabeth II.
The Melbourne-bound plane returned to Brisbane Airport shortly following take-off after a part of its wing was found to be loose and "flapping in the breeze."
The latest from NASA's X-plane series could make Concorde-style supersonic commercial flights a reality again without the deafening sonic boom noise.
Sergiu Parfeni has been charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and interfering with aircraft operation.
The KLM flight KL685 was flying from Amsterdam to Mexico City, but turned around over New Brunswick, Canada.
Quick-thinking doctors used what was to hand to help the passenger on board the China Southern Airlines plane that departed from Guangzhou.
United's unique new flight offers Star Wars-themed boarding music, stormtroopers on board and the chance to get tickets to the premiere of 'The Rise of Skywalker.'
The Boeing 737-500 from the now defunct Tatarstan Airways crashed in 2013 as it tried to land at an airport in Kazan, Russia.
A British airline passenger with a severe, potentially fatal, nut allergy wasn't allowed to fly on an Aerolineas Argentinas plane after she alerted cabin crew about her condition.
A statue of Orville Wright has been stolen from a monument dedicated to the Wright Brothers in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
"We started dropping in altitude and then the oxygen masks dropped from the top of the plane, chaos sort of ensued amongst the passengers," one of the passengers said.
The flights would have generated seven times more carbon emissions per person than a standard commercial flight.
On the eve of what would have been her 122nd birthday, Robert Ballard, who discovered the Titanic wreckage, said he would embark on a search for Earhart.
Photos show where the plane's nose was pummeled with hail.
"I don't want to die in a plane crash. That's not something I want to do," Dennis Rowe said.
"You'd think they'd be embarrassed or mortified, but they seemed quite chuffed about the whole thing," a passenger said.
Unlike its regulatory counterparts, the Federal Aviation Administration has not grounded the aircraft, which crashed twice in the past five months.
Concerns have been raised about Boeing's reach into the highest levels of government.
Based on his bizarre behavior and language while flying US-Bangla Airlines Flight 211, a report found that "the captain definitely seemed very much emotionally disturbed and stressed."
Flight SQ322 had an unusual passenger.
When you just can't face changing your ticket.