air travel

Homeland Security says there is ‘no timeline’ for European laptop ban, but it’s still an option

Business travelers between the U.S. and Europe can breathe a small sigh of relief and clutch their laptops a little closer -- for now. Following a call between Secretary John Kelly and defense leads i

JetSmarter puts a jet in your pocket, and is happy to see you

If traveling first class is just a teensy bit too plebeian for you, JetSmarter has you covered. The company lets you book a private jet from your smartphone, and announced today it is expanding into E

uBeam’s Ultrasound Wireless Charging Is Real, And About To Be Really Funded

What if wireless power at a distance actually worked? It does. uBeam invented a way to wirelessly send energy up to 15 feet away with ultrasound. What if you could slap a wireless charging case on you

Victor Raises $8M To Take On-Demand Private Jet Booking App To U.S.

The '<a target="_blank" href="">Uber for X</a>' gravy train shows no signs of slowing. From <a href="">house

Cleaner Flight: Virgin America's Efficient Engines, UOP Biofuels Go Transatlantic

<img src="" class="shot2"></img> Air travel promises to become cleaner, if industry actions ahead of the huge, annu

Comedian Louis C.K. on technology and air travel

<img src="" />One of my favorite comedians, Louis C.K., sums up how people take modern-day technology and air travel for granted. This isn’t a super-rec

New rules limit the number of spare batteries you can bring on a flight

Junior executives on-the-go should take a few minutes to head over to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Web site. It seems the DOT has implemented some new rules for 2008 as it relates to