The fate of Amelia Earhart and her stalwart navigator Fred Noonan has been a haunting American mystery since the duo disappeared way back in 1937.
Technology giant Honeywell has announced a comprehensive test program for aviation biofuel which it claims will be the first of its kind in the airline industry.
An MIT researcher believes he's found a way to solve many of the problems that grounded Concorde, and make supersonic commercial flights a reality once more.
The Aerospace Industries Association says it is quite "disturbed" by President Obama's recent remarks about business aviation.
Biofuels may not be the greenest option for airlines after all, says MIT, and can sometimes result in higher greenhouse gas emissions than traditional fossil fuels.
Despite all the grumbling at the time, European aviation authorities were justified in grounding planes following the eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano last year, new research shows.
Cyberattacks now form the second biggest threat to aviation, according to Australian security researchers.
Aircraft contrails do more to warm the planet than their exhaust fumes, a new study has found.
A military stealth drone that needs no human control at all took its first test flight on Friday.
Air travelers could be in for a lot more emergency landings over the coming months thanks to the Icelandic volcano, an aviation expert has said.
Stephen Wright of the University of Leeds believes the impact of volcanic ash on airplane air-conditioning systems could be serious, and could start to show up over the next few weeks.
Alaska Airlines has announced that nearly its entire fleet of aircraft will have Wi-Fi connectivity by the end of the year. The airline signed the deal yesterday after completing tests with multiple potential technology providers.