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Passengers aboard a recent American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Minnesota are applauding the crew.
They "couldn't keep their hands off each other" so police met the flight when it landed in Las Vegas.
Unlikely to happen, and unlikely to be helpful if it does.
There are new rules at San Francisco International Airport in response to a close call last month when an Air Canada jet nearly landed on a taxiway.
The airline claims it was a "printing error" and professed surprise "that anyone would think it was anything else.”
Better details on what satellite imagery and sea-current analysis reveals.
Air Berlin has been restructuring in an effort to stem years of losses, including leasing part of its fleet to Lufthansa.
And for the rest of us, cattle class. (Probably unfair to those who transport cattle.)
Mysterious fumes have caused problems for passengers and crew aboard three JetBlue flights in the past two weeks.
Out of these tragedies arose major technological advances in flight safety that keep air travel routine today.
A JetBlue flight that was set to fly from New York City to Palm Beach, Florida on Monday had to make an abrupt emergency landing in North Carolina.
Frontier claimed the parents had not paid the unaccompannied minor fee on a third-party booking site and has now apologized for a "customer service failure."
The airline offers its own side of the story as well.
Flying is no longer the best way to earn miles or points.
A lawsuit contends an American Airlines flight attendant “egregiously” destroyed a passenger's wedding dress following a dispute over the gown.
An American Airlines flight waiting to depart New York for Dublin was struck by a Delta Air Lines Boeing 737 on the taxiway at John F. Kennedy International Airport Tuesday evening.
They range from the engine fire handle to the ditching switch.
Air India is a big airline, but still...
A passenger on the Boston to San Diego flight said fumes could be smelled in the cabin and that he and others reported headaches.
The Transportation Department said Tuesday that just one in every 19,000 passengers was kicked off an overbooked flight in the first six months of this year.
A Calgary Airport Authority spokeswoman said the parking spaces earn advertising revenue and failing to provide alternative accessible spaces simultaneously was "just a case of bad timing."
British Airways apparently has now apologized and offered compensation.
It's not you. Airline seating is getting much more uncomfortable.
Two crew members on a JetBlue Boston to Charleston flight were hospitalized after being sickened by the odor of nail polish remover.
The teen and her mother are interviewed.
The missing that keeps on giving. What took so long to figure this out?
If this works, there might be fewer stories headlined "Drunken British Holidaymakers" on Ryanair.
Being an 88-year-old baggage handler allegedly proved fatal.
Alaska Airlines had announced in May it would begin flights from Paine Field in Everett, Washington, the airport that is home to Boeing's biggest assembly line.
The airline claims he was removed "after multiple customers and crew reported hearing highly inappropriate comments concerning security."