There were no fatal crashes in large commercial passenger jets last year.
A spokesperson for the airport told reporters the wind blew away the thick ash that has been spewing from Mount Agung for days.
A new investigation found that undercover officers got through security with fake guns, knives and explosives 70 percent of the time.
Nearly all children in school right now have no recollection of 9/11. History teachers must now instruct on a topic their students can't relate to.
"Hurricane hunters" fly into the most powerful storms to gather life-saving information.
The Air Force will reportedly buy two secondhand Boeing airplanes to replace Air Force One, though they'll need extensive upgrades.
As climate change gets worse, airlines might have to impose new weight limits on airplanes — meaning passengers might get kicked off.
International airports must implement new security policies to avoid laptop bans.
A test program requiring passengers to remove books from their carry-on bags during TSA screening will "likely" go nationwide.
Advances in aviation technology are reducing fuel burn, but many concepts still have a long way to go.
Warring factions in Yemen are blocking medicine and crucial supplies from entering the country.
Volcanic lightning is dangerous for a number of reasons, but it could be the key to unlocking what goes on in a volcano during an eruption.