United Airlines had mistakenly told travelers returning home from Comic-Con International in San Diego to remove comic books from their checked bags.
A federal rule requiring relief areas should be a boon for the animals’ disabled owners. But disability experts say some facilities are poorly designed.
Hotel and car reservations through Amazon’s Alexa, speedier Global Entry enrollment, automatic flight check-in and more aim to make travel smoother.
Airplanes rely on different cooling systems, and sometimes switching from one to the other results in overly warm cabins. Here are ways to stay cool.
The Homeland Security Department said the prohibition, imposed in March, was no longer needed because airlines had complied with new security rules.
For nearly 25 years, HNA Group, the Chinese conglomerate, has funneled business to a small group of relatives and associates of its senior executives.
A new British Airways video featuring some of the country’s best-known actors and comedians is the latest in a long line of entertaining flight safety films.
Cities across the nation are reconsidering the value of small municipal airports, which offer the kind of space that could spur economic development.
The forcible removal of Dr. David Dao from a flight in April led to calls for a boycott of the carrier, but the airline did not take a financial hit in its quarterly report.
People in Atchison, Kan., continue to celebrate the aviator 80 years after her disappearance. While theories are welcome, many are fine with never having answers.
Rising temperatures will force airlines to delay flights more often and reduce the number of passengers per plane. And it’s already happening.
Azriel Blackman, 91, has worked for American Airlines since he was 16, and the company is honoring his tenure, which has earned him a Guinness World Record.
After a seat mix-up, the conservative commentator posted a barrage of criticism about Delta on Twitter. Delta responded that her actions were “unnecessary and unacceptable.”...
Low airfares may help put that far-flung vacation in reach if you’re willing to travel light and choose your dates wisely.
Earhart cabled frequent dispatches describing her round-the-world flight between March 18 and July 1, 1937, the day before she disappeared. This is an abridged selection.
United, Delta and American are issuing a seemingly never-ending stream of apologies that are a catalog of customer relations gone awry.
A report on the April treatment of Dr. David Dao says that new measures will limit the authority of Chicago’s airport security officers to board airplanes.
Iberia said the test, required of potential employees before being hired, was a routine step intended not to discriminate but to ensure the safety of its staff.
After a flight attendant smashed a wine bottle over the man’s head, he was restrained with the help of other passengers.
JetBlue is testing facial recognition for self-boarding and Delta is using new technology for fliers to check their own bags.
The carriers joined Etihad Airlines, which was cleared over the weekend, in receiving an exemption to the restrictions on electronic devices.
The Supreme Court’s refusal last week to review local restrictions on flights is the latest setback for residents who complain of noise and other frustrations.
The driver, a 56-year-old man from Cambridge, Mass., was cooperating with the authorities, according to the police.
The ban on many electronics on flights from some predominantly Muslim countries was put in place because of concerns that the Islamic State was developing a bomb hidden in portable devices.
Airlines are rushing to work with airports to comply with Department of Homeland Security directives on screening passengers on flights to the U.S.
“Lobsters that are boiled alive likely suffer every second of the three long minutes it takes for them to die,” writes an editor for PETA.
The man said airline staff initially said he would not be able to board the small aircraft because it lacked wheelchair-accessible boarding ramps or elevators.
After discussions with officials in Europe, the Department of Homeland Security has abandoned a ban on large electronic devices in favor of more robust screening measures.
The agency is trying three-dimensional bag screening and biometric fingerprint identification to make the security process faster.
A passenger took the colossal crustacean through Boston Logan International Airport, but it was no match for Big Jake.
A number of carriers are revamping outfits, which have to reflect the realities of life on the road, like keeping flight attendants cool and able to move freely.