Articles Tagged ‘boeing’

Turn Your Guestroom Into A Boeing 747 Cockpit

Turn Your Guestroom Into A Boeing 747 Cockpit November 29, 2010 | Offbeat, Travel News | Read More
We live in such a fast paced world, it’s hard to believe that there’s such a thing anymore as boredom. From smartphones to iPads to mini camcorders and much more, there’s always something to pass the time. However, as a story in the UK Metro reports, one man showed that if you focus...

The Wave of the Future: Helicopter-Airplane Hybrids!

The Wave of the Future: Helicopter-Airplane Hybrids! November 4, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Believe it or not, it’s become increasingly easier for people to fly. Sure, fuel prices have spiked here and there, but generally speaking¬† the percentage of people who haven’t flown continues to decrease. Maybe you’re even one of the many who has taken a helicopter ride?¬† Whether...

Don’t Just Travel to Space, Lodge in Space

Don’t Just Travel to Space, Lodge in Space October 18, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
There’s something about space travel that’s captivates us all. Whether it’s watching space shuttles take off from Cape Canaveral or watching science fiction films like Star Wars or Star Trek, we’d all like to imagine traveling through space. As science fiction as it may seem to...

Iraq Selling Five Boeing Jets (Slightly Used, War-Torn)

Iraq Selling Five Boeing Jets (Slightly Used, War-Torn) October 13, 2010 | Asia, Offbeat, Travel News | Read More
Readers of Al-Rai, an Arabic daily newspaper owned by the Jordanian government, were treated to an intriguing offer in Tuesday’s edition. “Iraqi Airways wants to sell three Boeing 727-200s and two Boeing 707s which are currently located at [Jordan’s] Queen Alia International Airport,”...

Boeing Launches Into the Commercial Space Race

Boeing Launches Into the Commercial Space Race September 29, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
How many of us as kids wanted to travel to space? Unless you are one of the few that took on a career to be NASA astronaut or have a couple million dollars to fork over to the Russian Space Agency for a ride on one of their Soyuz capsules, it’s a tough dream to realize– that is until now....

Aiming For The Sky: Boeing Phantom Ray

Aiming For The Sky: Boeing Phantom Ray May 11, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Mankind has come a long way since horse-drawn carriages and steam-powered trains, and the way people get around the globe reflects this tremendously. Whereas leaving one’s home continent was once unfathomable and reserved for only the elite of society, going from one end of the world to the next...