Would a universal cabin ban on your laptop or tablet on flights to the US change your decision to fly?
Document suggests the FAA took more care to cover up Trump's bad battery policy than expose heightened passenger endangerment
The most important thing to note about this morning’s Melbourne hoverboard fire that burned down a house which coincidentally was near Essendon Airport was that the house wasn’t at 40,000 feet at the time.
When you check in for a flight in Australia no matter how you do it, you have to comply with very strict safety rules related to lithium-ion batteries.
Japan's aviation regulator tells Boeing to redesign its lithium-ion battery fix in the Dreamliners, if only for appearances sake
Inadequate design work by Boeing, shoddy standards by Japanese battery maker Yuasa Corp, and the corporate capture of the FAA in its failure to properly certify a critical part of the Dreamliner 787, this NTSB investigation has it all.
A potentially serious incident on an Air China flight on the weekend is a reminder to never pack the lithium batteries commonly found in computers and ‘smart’ phones in your checked luggage. It is also a reminder that the Qantas and Virgin Australia rules that permit lithium battery carriage in checked luggage ought to be […]