Delta issued a statement indicating that it will not comply with a discriminatory policy that its new partner, Saudi Arabian Airlines, follows.
These days it seems impossible to get on a plane without the threat of some creature disturbing the flight.
In just three seconds, a hijacker could take over a plane. How? By waiting for the pilot to go to the bathroom.
Although Sesame Street‘s creators have never said the two characters are gay, viewers have long speculated that roommates Bert and Ernie are more than just friends.
For fliers hoping to capitalize on the FAA shutdown and its resulting “tax holiday,” the IRS has some disappointing news.
The Wall Street Journal reports that 40 of the 100 most delayed flights in the country begin or end in one place.
Lawmakers, who have recessed until September, failed to reach an agreement that would reinstate the FAA and thousands of workers who have been furloughed since July 23 when the FAA’s operating authority expired. The government …
Of all the ways to capitalize on cheap airfare, this has got to be the most unorthodox.
Being characteristically vague, TSA chief John Pistole announced that new behavior detection techniques, based on models from “around the world” could “probably” be introduced in August.
Airbnb, a startup company that links travelers seeking a more homey place to stay with hosts willing to rent their homes, is trying to make amends after one woman’s home was destroyed by a renter.
When 61-year-old Colorado resident Yukari Miyamae was arrested for allegedly grabbing a TSA agent’s breast on July 14, she was heralded by frustrated air travelers as a hero for fighting against an invasive airport pat-down. But …
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator John Pistole announced today that the agency will install new software on some body-scanning machines to make images less revealing and air passengers feel less stripped down.