Intuitive Machines reported Friday that it’s communicating with its lander, Odysseus, and sending commands to acquire science data.
Indianapolis International Airport expects more than 100 private jets as part of All-Star rush
The Indianapols Airport Authority said it anticipates a busy weekend and is working closely with the Transportation Security Administration, the Federal Aviation Administration and others to accommodate the increased traffic.Read More
Visit Indy, cultural groups to visit Singapore for ideas about White River
The trip, set for Nov. 14-17, will primarily focus on the $1 billion Gardens by the Bay nature park development, which encompasses 250 acres near Singapore’s southern coast.Read More
Indy airport nearing deal for Westin hotel connected to terminal
Airport officials have flirted with the idea of locating a hotel next to the terminal since planning for the current midfield complex began in the early 2000s.Read More
Air travel congestion eases as United gets handle on canceled flights
Besides better weather, airlines also are running lighter schedules a day ahead of the July 4 holiday. Wednesday figures to be the next big test for the system.Read More
The landing put the U.S. back on the surface for the first time since NASA’s famed Apollo moonwalkers.
The audits will focus on aircraft used by large corporations and high-income taxpayers and whether the tax purpose of the jet use is being properly allocated, the IRS says.
American easily led the industry by bringing in $1.4 billion in bag fees in 2022, the last year for which U.S. Transportation Department figures are available.
Three separate unions representing flight attendants at major U.S. airlines picketed and held rallies at 30 airports Tuesday as they push for new contracts and higher wages.
In addition to overall record numbers, the airport saw nine of its 10 busiest days on record in 2023. The exception was Monday, Feb. 6, 2012—the day after Indianapolis hosted Super Bowl XLVI.
The Department of Public Works has started using hot-mix asphalt and is increasing hours for some employees to address a surge in potholes, which have cropped up in increasing numbers over the last few weeks.
A viral social media post about a $10 bag of snacks has once again turned attention to the exorbitant prices often charged by vendors at airports.
Some call it “ bleisure travel,” “laptop lugging,” “workations” or simply “blended travel.” Whatever it’s called, it could upend the traditional divide between leisure and business travel.
For this holiday season, U.S. airlines prepared for massive waves of travelers by hiring thousands of pilots, flight attendants and other workers.
Cross your fingers: Flight cancellations are the lowest they’ve been in five years. The busiest days on the road will be Saturday and next Thursday, Dec. 28.
The airline will pay a $35 million fine as part of a $140 million settlement to resolve a federal investigation into a debacle in December 2022 when the airline canceled thousands of flights.
Auto club AAA forecast Monday that 115.2 million people will go 50 miles or more from home during the 10 days between Dec. 23 and New Year’s Day. That’s 2.2% more than AAA predicted during the comparable stretch last year.
The notion that hundreds or even thousands of electric-powered air taxis could be whisking people over jammed roads is inching away from science fiction and closer to reality.
Canceled flights remain elevated as airlines face their last big test of the prime vacation season: Labor Day weekend.
The Allied Pilots Association said that 73% of pilots who took part voted in favor of the four-year contract, which it valued at $9.6 billion.
People who thought they were renewing or applying for new passports in plenty of time for their summer trips have flooded what the State Department says is a system still short-staffed from cuts during the pandemic.
For the travel industry, the big question is how long consumers can keep paying for airline tickets and accommodations while they deal with stubborn high inflation, news about layoffs and bank failures, and fear of a recession.
The company plans to use Starship to send people and cargo to the moon and, eventually, Mars. NASA has reserved a Starship for its next moonwalking team, and rich tourists are already booking lunar flybys.
Southwest Airlines said an “intermittent technology issue” led to more than 1,700 flight delays Tuesday morning.