Low-frills carrier Ryanair is doing its bit to help the Spanish economy with its "Rescue Offer". The airline is promoting one way flights to Spain from £12.99 on its homepage, informing passengers "This summer Spain needs you!"
A woman travelling from Las Vegas to New York with Southwest Airlines was told by airline staff they she was dressed "innapropriately" and ordered to cover up if she wanted to board the flight, reports Huffington Post. The woman was later allowed to board without covering up and the airline offered an apology, but it maintains that it has the right to refuse passengers with "lewd, obscene or patently offensive" clothing.
Remember the JetBlue flight that was diverted to Amarillo in March due to the captain's "erratic behaviour"? Ten passengers on board that flight this week filed a lawsuit against the airline, claiming they feared for their lives. The passengers are seeking unspecified damages for emotional distress, reports AP.
A light aircraft that lost power immediately after take-off crash landed directly in front of a stop sign on Cessna Drive, Erie, reports the Daily Mail, which calls it "the most appropriate crash landing in history."