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Broadcast capabilities, an in-flight emergency room, and even a shower. Perhaps the most famous plane on Earth is about to be traded in for a new model, with some new perks. CNN's Tom Foreman looks at plans to create a more advanced Air Force One.
There is a growing threat to airplanes and helicopters from an unlikely source - laser pointers. Officials say the "attacks" on aircraft are posing a great danger, and the FBI is cracking down across the country. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.
In a new report obtained by CNN, the FAA reveals how many times a year there are near-collisions at airports and in the skies. CNN's René Marsh reports on the growing fears that these situations are on the rise.
After weeks of searching for MH370, investigators are debating a controversial proposal that may help avoid a nightmare like this in the future. CNN's Brian Todd reports on the idea to track flights in real time.
Photos show an American corporate airplane on a runway in Iran, where U.S. businesses are prevented from doing business because of sanctions. What is it doing there? CNN's Suzanne Malveaux investigates.
With more than 13,000 flights canceled this week, CNN's Chad Myers breaks down why so many airplanes have been grounded along the East Coast.
The Southwest plane that landed at the wrong airport in Missouri had a third person in the cockpit, and authorities are investigating whether or not that may have caused the dangerous mistake. CNN's René Marsh reports.
Our own Brian Todd goes into a simulator to take a look at what could have caused pilots of a Southwest flight to land at the wrong airport.
As the Federal Communications Commission considers lifting the ban on cell phone use on planes, the Department of Transportation and Congress are weighing whether to outlaw phone calls - after passengers across the country express their disapproval for in-flight chats. CNN's René Marsh reports.
The Supreme Court weighs in on a rabbi's frequent flier privileges revoked because an airline said he was complaining.