Tesla removed the word "autopilot" and a Chinese term for "self-driving" from its China website after a driver in Beijing who crashed in "autopilot" mode complained that the car maker overplayed the function's c
Delta Air Lines' flights gradually began taking off again on Monday after computer systems crashed, causing planes to be grounded and leaving passengers of one of the world's largest carriers stranded at airports around the globe.
Dubai Airports has confirmed that it has lifted all remaining capacity restrictions at Dubai International Airport and the airport is back to normal operations.
Normal traffic at the airport, the world's busiest hub for intern
Dubai International Airport reopened a runway on Thursday after authorities cleared the wreckage of an Emirates Boeing 777 that crashed and burned the previous day, the airport's chief executive said.
Paul Griffiths told a pre
Dubai international airport will resume flights at 1830 local (1430 GMT), the government's media office said, after traffic was suspended for several hours following the emergency landing of an Emirates Airline plane that subsequently caught
Three hundred passengers and crew escaped on Wednesday when an Emirates passenger jet arriving from India caught fire after a hard landing in Dubai that brought the world's busiest international airport to a halt.
An Emirates airline flight coming from India crash-landed at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday, the Dubai government media office said on its official Twitter account, adding that there were no reported casualties yet.
As many as
Audio from the flight recorder of crashed EgyptAir flight MS804 mentions a fire on board the plane in its final moments, the investigation committee said on Saturday, confirming what sources on the committee had previously told Reuters.
Investigators have begun analysing the two severely damaged black boxes from EgyptAir flight MS804 as they seek to explain why the plane plunged into the sea, killing all 66 people on board.
It would require "lots of time and
The cockpit voice recorder from EgyptAir flight MS804 has been retrieved by search teams in a breakthrough for investigators seeking to explain what caused the plane to crash into the sea killing all 66 people on board.