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It's alleged that Simon the Giant Rabbit died in the care of United Airlines when shut in a freezer by bungling staff and was later cremated without the former owner's knowledge.
Would a real terrorist admit to being engaged in "terrorist activities, espionage, sabotage, or genocide?”
She has asthma and complained before boarding and again on the plane about being seated too near the "emotional support" cat.
Remember, that's the maximum UAL will pay, not its opening offer.
A woman has filed a civil suit against Delta Airlines after she says she was sexually assaulted on a flight.
Rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.
Air New Zealand has opened it temporarily to show off the quality of its in-flight food.
Boeing fears Airbus' A321neo.
British officials understand that their US counterparts are looking at extending the ban – which prevents any electronic devices larger than a smartphone being taken as carry-on luggage – to flights from Europe.
He was hired to oversee Chicago's airport security last year even though the Illinois Tollway had fired him after a female employee alleged he sought sex and money in exchange for work-related favors,
Delta says "his actions deescalated an altercation between passengers on the jetway floor during deplaning.”
This "important" survey reveals also that this compares with about 8 percent who are members of the "Mile High Club."
America’s Dairyland’ requires a stamp of approval to sell butter, freezing out artisanal and foreign creameries. It’s led gourmands to cross state lines and producers to churn out lawsuits.
The cancer sufferer says he wanted to move to business class to stretch his legs, and a passenger who verbally supported him was also removed.
It's Delta's turn for bad press.
Low-cost carriers are cutting into the majors long-haul monopolies.
Simon was flying to a new owner from London to Chicago in the cargo hold.
Conflicting stories, but it still won the court case against it alleging weight/appearance discrimination
U.S. citizens are protected by the Constitution when crossing the border, but with a lot of caveats.
They include a decommissioned lighthouse, a windmill, an Art Deco extravaganza, and an Elizabethan fortress.
Passengers will just have to wait and see.
The giant rabbit that mysteriously died in the care of United Airlines was accidentally shut in a freezer by bungling staff, it has been revealed.
The legislation would amend the Death on High Seas Act, an antiquated law that maritime attorneys say enables cruise lines to avoid accountability for deaths caused by negligence.
United has settled with Dr. David Dao for an undisclosed amount.
To paraphrase T.S. Eliot, April has been the cruellest month for United Airlines.
He said he "doesn’t want to make excuses for the video."
Get your mind out of the gutter.
Fun facts about national borders.
The lawyer, interviewed on NBC's Today Show, said he also represents the female passenger involved in the American Airlines "stroller incident."
"Replica weapons, even those belonging to Horde Chieftains, must be packed in checked bags."