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The CEO of Korean Air is firing his own daughters after a pair of embarrassing scandals.
The incidents occurred on a flight from London to Salt Lake City, and the woman faces up to a year in federal prison.
The recent emergency was eerily similar to an engine failure on another Southwest plane in 2016.
The plane made an emergency landing in Philadelphia.
Airlines turn to government for help, as statistics show massive increases over the past few years in the number of emotional support animals brought on board by passengers.
Not sure if this is scientific or hokum.
What the surge of nonstop coast-to-coast flights says about the state of flying in the U.S.
Doesn't seem any more remarkable than any other ultra long-haul flight.
Something to cheer you up as you spend 17 hours of your life on today's flight.
It's perhaps the best advice coming out of a new attempt to determine the risks of catching germs on an airplane.
Police tasered and him on board an American Airlines flight in Miami, after he allegedly touched another passenger inappropriately, and then refused to leave the plane.
Cover both your nose and mouth, secure the straps, and concentrate on that rather than taking selfies.
A Southwest Airlines flight was forced to land in Nashville Wednesday morning shortly after takeoff after experiencing a bird strike.
A guide to what those letters and numbers indicate.
What a surprise, not. Only one US airline in the list.
I'd love to know how cheap these were!
Planes are now capable of 20+ hour flights, but are passengers?
Yes, it was done. But can it be done profitably?
Right now it's a "he said, they said" situation.
Yes they did.
An apple a day does not keep US Customs agriculture inspection agents away.
Concerned cabin crew on the plane, due to fly from Gatwick to Mauritius, alerted authorities.
A video shot by a fellow passenger on the Gatwick-Tenerife flight shows the British "holidaymakers" in action.
Steve Kroft investigates Allegiant Air, "a discount carrier known more for its ultra-low fares than its high record of in-flight breakdowns."
Airlines are pitching in to help renovate and expand U.S. airports, while jostling for the extra gates.
Smart thinking and an airline company. Not words that are often used together.
Actually, we do want flights to stop, preferably once. The point of the article is that passengers prefer a non-stop flight, ala Perth - London.
It was an airport employee who noticed the co-pilot walking unsteadily and smelling of alcohol.
And she wasn't even dragged off the plane.
United Airlines is in the news yet again.