The Wall Street Journal reports that 40 of the 100 most delayed flights in the country begin or end in one place.
It’s bad enough that the contents of our bags are scrutinized. But now our fashion choices?
Delta Airlines announced that it “can no longer afford” to continue service at 24 small U.S. airports, and members of various communities are left wondering how they will fly.
Slow and steady wins the race — unless you’re crossing an airport tarmac.
Travel group AAA reported that because of gas costs more people will forego road travel on Fourth of July weekend.
As former Jet Blue flight attendant Steven Slater demonstrated last year, flight attendants can be pushed to their breaking points. So Boeing makes their lives a little easier by relocating and redesigning that poorly placed call button.
It’s happened to all of us: the person in front of you on a flight reclines into your lap, leaving you immobilized.
Travel chaos caused by an entirely unpronounceable Icelandic volcano has returned to Europe.
On Monday, an air traffic controller in Virginia misstated the distance between a cargo plane and a jet carrying First Lady Michelle Obama, forcing her plane to abort its landing for a short time.
Fat Tuesday’s links include a baby in the overhead bin and a 25-year-old grandmother.
Travelers, beware: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced an 81% increase in reported air-traffic errors since 2007.
If you’re thinking about axing ’3-1-1′ from your travel preparations, we’ve got news for you. There are worse forms of transit than the airlines.