Nope, I don’t think so.
Nope, I don’t think so.
…And brings new meaning to the mile high club. (Warning: Slightly NSFW.)
All the adrenaline of being right under a landing plane, without having to actually be near one!
[Insert joke about “motherf***ing selfie sticks on motherf***ing planes” here.]
Because sometimes the best part of a holiday is before it even starts.
“Prejudice doesn’t fly, we leave it on the ground.”
Australia is hot, transport is not.
You might find this rather surprising.
Let this guy be a lesson to you.
Four passengers required medical attention.
What a mess.
“The captain has turned on the fasten seatbelt sign” strikes fear in your heart.
What was that noise? Nonononononono. Mommy!!
Test your airplane knowledge! Culled from Kate Ascher’s new book, The Way We Go: Moving By Sea, Land, and Air.
Plus Adam Scott steps into his “Step Brothers” character to bro down for a bit, a vet weighs in on when you should worry about your kitty’s cough, and an insane supercut of pop-culture references from “The Office.”
This is what flying looked like when it was still cool.
Spoiler alert: There’s not much studying involved.
Last minute traveler? Don’t worry — you aren’t the only one.
What you won’t read in the safety manual but need to know.
And Alec Baldwin rejoiced.
Get loose on a globular Apple-Caramel Mudslide-a-rita at the airport’s very tackiest chain restaurant if you like. Now, let’s get the hell in the awesome sky!!!
The animated film, out Aug. 9, follows a crop dusting plane with dreams of joining the globe-hopping aerial race depicted in these posters.
Without having to pop a Xanax.
If we were supposed to fly in the air, wouldn’t we JUST HAVE WINGS?!
A snake hitched a ride on the wing of a Qantas flight Thursday morning, much to the surprise of passengers inside.
Photo taken on a flight from Reykjavik, Iceland to JFK yesterday afternoon.
San Diego, CA, from 10:30 to 3:00. Beautiful.
Talk about perfect timing! What a wonderful shot.
The latest cover of Bloomberg Businessweek attempts to sex up the ultra boring world of airline mergers — specifically the United-Continental merger — in perhaps the most literal way possible.
It’s cool that these dudes flew human-shaped RC planes around the city and all, but can you imagine how you might react if you actually saw human bodies flying through the air on, say, your walk home from work?