"I would legit squeal with happiness if I got seated next to cats on a plane," one TikTok user wrote.
"It was a hard decision for us, but I think it was also a right decision," the dog's owner said.
Newsweek spoke with a licensed clinical psychologist and an aviation expert to learn why passengers should never fear flying.
"He doesn't get nervous, he is just very observant. He likes looking around at his new surroundings," the cat's owner told Newsweek.
"I feel like he's invading your tv time," one user said.
Footage of a woman shouting "that motherf***** back there is not real" on a passenger jet went viral online.
The aeronautical start-up's Model A has received FAA approval, but doesn't have any wings—so how will it fly?
"The aisle seat is the worst seat. No, I don't get it," wrote one user, but another added: "My husband and I ALWAYS do this!!!"
"I think I always knew deep down that flying was impacting my reproductive health," Jade told Newsweek.
A travel agent told Newsweek that "securing two seats together at the airport may be an unwise suggestion by a blogger."
"He's fully aware he not in land by his body language," said one user on TikTok.
Footage filmed inside the South Korean plane showed passengers grabbing on to their seats and reeling back away from the open door as they are pummeled by wind.
Private jets are five to 14 times more polluting than commercial planes per passenger, while the global fleet has more than doubled over the past 20 years.
Newsweek spoke to doctors who explained the health risks, including cancer, and the best skincare routines to follow when traveling on a plane.
Comedians Chrissie Mayr and Keanu Thompson told Newsweek that they were asked to change their pants moments before boarding their flight.
"If I'm honest, I feel that people who recline their seats in economy are annoying and inconsiderate," the man told Newsweek after posting his story online.
"I'd love to sit near this little sweetie!" wrote one user of the West Highland terrier, while another added, "Bravo dear Sami!!!"
The travel influencer started a petition to get the airline regulator to institute better policies for plus-size people.
As Russia clashes with Ukraine and China threatens to invade Taiwan, it's critical the U.S. block this sinister alliance. In a perfect scenario, we could marshal military, economic, and geopolitical action to force a divorce. But at the very least, we can create significant friction.
"It's crazy how much I used to take this landing view for granted," commented one viewer of the video, while another wrote, "Such a surreal experience."
"Are you 4 years old?" asked one Mumsnet user who wasn't impressed by the behavior.
The passenger told Newsweek: "It's just a sight that no matter how many times I see it from the air, it gives me goosebumps and butterflies."
"Oh no, this dog is living a better life than me," commented one user.
Flying coach can be unpleasant, but this woman has shared a hack that might make it slightly more comfortable.
The fast-food manager with a fondness for flight simulators told Newsweek, "I want my post to be considered a [public service announcement] to all husbands."
Harry's book included strongly-worded allegations against the U.K. press and triggered a new dispute over a story about his flying instructor.
"WHY WOULD SHE DO THAT?" questioned an outraged TikTok user.
"Back when flying was elegant," wrote one TikTok user after watching the video, which has over a million views.
"Dog gets first class and leaves you in the back of the plane," one user said.