Iranian state media reported that passengers flying from Tehran to Beirut were injured after an incident in which a US F-15 fighter jet flew close to the plane. US CENTCOM released a statement on the same day in which it said the F-15 had
"I still have flashbacks to that time I found a verruca between the seats."
The flight forms part of the airline’s mission to cut out 100 million single-use plastics from its planes by the end of 2020
With heavy snow set to blanket the nation tonight, we’re busy plotting a quick getaway huddled over our third coffee of the afternoon.Thankfully, Airbnb has swooped in with some much-needed inspiration and we can finally see the end of January in sight.For the second year running, the travel site has revealed the top 10 most-liked photographs on its Instagram account – a sneaky way to unveil the trendiest hot spots to add to our wanderlust list.Snapped by guests, the images prove we crave breathtaking views whilst jet-setting with everything from the Californian Mojave desert to a New York treehouse raking in the likes.Interestingly, four of the 10 most popular images were taken nearby Airbnb’s very own Italian Sabbatical – where you can apply to become a temporary resident.From a seriously gram-worthy bathtub overlooking Lake Wakatipu to a relaxing spot in Marrakech, look no further for the places to add to your 2019 bucket list.See you there?
Michael L. Brown noticed something strange on the in-flight menu, and shared it on Twitter.
JetBlue offered the former bridesmaid a refund for her flight after she was asked to "relinquish her duties" by the bride-to-be.
George and Amal aren't the only parents to hand out goodies to passengers on a flight.