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  • U.S. aviation security timeline

    Here are some significant events and policies in the history of U.S. aviation security: 1955 A United Airlines plane explodes after takeoff in Denver, killing all 44 aboard. Investigators blame Jack Graham for placing a bomb in his mother's luggage,...
  • Any intercontinental low-fare airlines?

    Any intercontinental low-fare airlines?
    Despite the huge growth of low-fare airlines such as Southwest, JetBlue, and others, you don't see any low-fare lines to Asia or southern South America. Although a few transatlantic lines lay claim to the "low fare" label, they're very limited. Two big...
  • Welcome to a 'first-class': Redondo Beach man recreates a vintage 747 in his... garage

     
    Most folks' garages are cluttered with fairly predictable things. Cobweb-encrusted workout apparatus, boxes of tangled Christmas bulbs, hydroponic grow lights. Anthony Toth's garage, however, is filled with a 747. Not the entire mega-airplane -- that'd...
  • Redondo Beach condo boasts first-class garage

     
    Here's one of the stories that KTLA Channel 5 News is planning for its 10 p.m. broadcast: GROOVY PAN-AM 70???S CONDO: Globe-trotters who pine for the golden era of commercial air travel might want to book a trip to Anthony......
  • Emirates eyes U.S. to reach lofty goal

    Although little known in the United States, Emirates Airlines -- based in Dubai -- is the world's fastest-growing carrier and hopes to be the world's largest airline by 2015. "It's only a matter of time," said Sheik Ahmed bin Saeed al Maktoum, the...
  • A Glance At Lightning Strikes In Civil Aviation

    Some details about lightning strikes in civil aviation: - On average, large jets are struck by lightning about once every three years, according to aviation incident statistics. - Regional aircraft are hit about once a year because they cruise at much...
  • From the archives: At Least 258 Dead in Scotland Crash of N.Y.-Bound 747

    LONDON -- A Pan American World Airways jumbo jet carrying 258 passengers and crew from London to New York crashed in a huge fireball at a village just north of the Scottish border Wednesday evening, killing everyone on board and injuring at least a...