June 20, 2024

Dozens of flights cancelled at London’s Luton Airport after fire tears through parking garage

Thousands of travelers faced disruption as all flights were suspended on Wednesday at London’s Luton airport after a fire tore through a newly built parking garage, destroying vehicles and partially collapsing the structure. Four firefighters and an airport employee were treated in hospitals for smoke inhalation after the fire, which erupted on Tuesday evening. All […]

Seaglider takes off: Another major airline joins the push for battery-powered water flights

The REGENT Seaglider aims to fly between cities near the water transporting passengers in the most efficient way possible.  A recent successful test flight is making it more of a reality and attracting additional interest.  CLICK TO GET KURT’S CYBERGUY NEWSLETTER WITH QUICK TIPS, TECH REVIEWS, SECURITY ALERTS AND EASY HOW-TO’S TO MAKE YOU SMARTER  […]

Nearly 1,500 U.S. Flights Canceled amid Winter Storm–Following Recent Trend of Air Traffic Disruptions

Nearly 1,500 flights have been canceled throughout the country as the massive Winter Storm Olive hits multiple U.S. states this week. FlightAware data indicates 1,421 flights within, into, and out of the United States have been canceled as of 1:50 p.m. Wednesday. An additional 2,629 U.S. flights have been delayed. At Denver International Airport alone, 9 News reported, nearly

Buttigieg: My Private Flights Save Taxpayers Money, We Do Consider the Environment

On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg defended his air travel on private government jets despite the climate impact of doing so by arguing that doing so saves taxpayers money and this fact makes it different from former HHS Secretary Tom Price’s actions. Host Bret Baier asked, [relevant exchange

Tom Brady happy to have key offensive lineman back ahead of playoff game: ‘It’s a big boost for us’

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers received some reinforcements on the offensive line ahead of Monday night’s NFC wild-card matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. The Buccaneers activated center Ryan Jensen from the injured reserved ahead of the game. Jensen had missed the entire regular season with a severe knee injury, which he suffered on […]

Nepal Flight’s Co-Pilot Lost Husband in ‘Ball of Fire’ Plane Crash 16 Years Ago

Content warning: This story contains graphic descriptions and footage of a plane crash.In June 2006, a tiny passenger plane crashed as it approached a local airport in Nepal for landing, hitting the ground “in a ball of fire,” witnesses told the Nepali Times. Its co-pilot, Dipak Pokhrel, was killed, along with two other crew members

New Orleans’ Democrat Mayor Claims Economy Flights Not Safe for Black Women

The Democrat mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, said this week economy flights are not safe for black women. In addition, LaToya Cantrell has said she would not repay money spent on a first-class trip from Washington Dulles Airport to Switzerland over the summer, Meaww reported Sunday. “My travel accommodations are a matter of safety, not

‘Breaking the News’ Reveals: Secret Service Records Show Hunter Biden Took at Least 23 flights Through Joint Base Andrews, Home of Air Force One and Two

According to Secret Service travel records obtained by Judicial Watch, then-Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter took 411 trips across 29 countries between 2009 and the middle of 2014. That includes 23 flights into or out of Joint Base Andrews—home to Air Force One and Air Force Two. These trips, which shed light on Hunter’s…

Shanghai Cancels 500+ Flights over Coronavirus Outbreak

One of the world’s busiest airports in Shanghai, China, canceled over 500 flights on Tuesday as the city raced to contain a recent coronavirus outbreak. “On Tuesday, figures from data services firm VariFlight showed that over 500 flights out of Pudong Airport had been called off — nearly half the day’s scheduled flights,” Agence France-Presse (AFP)…

Now illegal aliens are getting priority boarding on commercial flights?

As if commercial airline flights weren’t miserable enough, now we have Homeland Security officials escorting unscreened groups of illegals onto commercial airline flights, riding alongside paying passengers.  In another example of special treatment, the illegals board with all their luggage on a priority boarding basis, ahead of paying passengers. It’s the return of catch-and-release, and it’s […]

Rubio: Obama Administration ‘Outright Lied’ About Air Marshals on Flights to and from Cuba – VIDEO

If you are planning a trip to Cuba, you might want to postpone it until an honest and trustworthy administration takes over that can ensure your safety. A top TSA official admitted Wednesday that Cuba has not yet agreed to allow U.S. air marshals aboard scheduled airline flights between the the United States and Cuba […]

In Age Of Terror, Why Is Obama Rushing to Open Daily Flights With Cuba?

  As the horrific attack in Nice made clear again Thursday night, America is in the midst of a global war against terrorists who seek to exploit whatever weak spots there are. Why, then, is the Obama administration in an unseemly rush to open daily flights with a communist dictatorship that shares intelligence and weapons […]

Bill Clinton Took Twice As Many Flights On ‘Pedophile Island’ Billionaire’s ‘Lolita Express’ Than Previously Reported

Jeffrey Epstein, the “billionaire pedophile” who was accused of keeping under aged girls as sex slaves on his private island, was long known to be friendly with former President Bill Clinton. The extent of that relationship, however, has never been made clear. But new records indicate the former leader of the free world was much […]

U.S. sends illegal immigrants home on expensive charter flights that are largely empty

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement may be wasting loads of money flying illegal immigrants home on expensive but largely empty charter flights, according to federal auditors. A recent review by the the Department of Homeland Security inspector general’s office found that better logistical planning for deportation flights could have saved ICE up to $41 million. The watchdog agency said […]

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