Bad behavior won’t fly: Flight attendants learn to fight back in self-defense classes
We are just three months into 2022 and already the Federal Aviation Administration has received hundreds of reports of passengers acting aggressively in the air. Last year, 2021 was a record-setting year for the number of incidents involving disruptive passengers on planes. Because of this, flight attendants are enrolling in the Transportation Security Administration’s Crew Member Self-Defense training course.
See the program for Sunday’s ‘Fight to the Finish’ flyover
HOUSTON – Nearly 30 of the Lone Star Flight Museum’s historic war planes will take the Houston skies on Sunday to acknowledge the 75th anniversary of V-E Day. The Lone Star Flight Museum has released a commemorative program that features the route and planes that will take part in the event over the Houston area. You can download the PDF below and print it out to remember the 75th anniversary celebration that honors those who served and sacrificed during World War II. Just a reminder: museum officials encourage Houstonians to stay home and watch the flyover from the outside of your home. Learn more about the vintage planes flying this Sunday here.
NTSB investigating “near collision” at Newark airport
NTSB investigating “near collision” at Newark airport Two planes nearly collided at New Jersey’s Newark Liberty Airport in April, CBS News has learned. As a United 737 was landing, it narrowly missed an Expressjet plane taking off from an intersecting runway. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating. Scott Pelley reports.cbsnews.com