Every passenger was forced to deplane to allow the aircraft to be cleaned.
A World War II-era B-17 bomber with 13 people aboard crashed and burned at the Hartford airport after encountering mechanical trouble on takeoff Wednesday, killing seven of them.
After the last phase of the REAL ID-Act goes into effect, beginning Oct. 1, 2020, tens of millions of Americans could be prevented from boarding airplanes because they do not have the proper identification, causing a significant impact on the U.S. economy.
The Southern Gateway Public Green Foundation calls the $1 million mark a major fundraising milestone, but there's still a long way to go. The project will cost an estimated $28 million.
Current rules say airlines must be able to evacuate passengers within 90 seconds but do not set requirements on seat size. However, with seats getting smaller and passengers getting bigger, there could be safety implications.
The company's child seat map feature during the booking process shows customers the seats where tickets have already been purchased for young children.
A distraught pet owner believes United Airlines is responsible for the death of his beloved dog, claiming the animal succumbed to heatstroke following a 2017 flight.
Two men are in hot water for getting too close to the hot water at the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The tourists have since been tracked down by park rangers and issued mandatory court appearances for “thermal trespassing” at the famous hot spring and are now due in court in two months.
One of the country's most popular tourist attractions is getting to the core of a multi-million dollar upgrade. The Rapid City Journal reports that major construction projects at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota are scheduled to begin next week. The National Park Service says work will continue through much of 2020.
The FBI and Dominican authorities are investigating recent tourist deaths, and one theory is that alcohol was the cause of these deaths. The FBI has reportedly taken samples of alcohol for testing, and the hotels where some tourists died have removed alcohol from the minibars in the hotel rooms. But the concerns are growing.
Planning a vacation can be a difficult task for many, especially if you are wanting to go overseas.
Here’s a look at the major factors that contribute to the increase in road rage incidents as well as some suggestions to keep yourself and your loved ones safe on the road.
British Airways said Monday it has canceled almost all its flights for 48 hours, affecting as many as 195,000 travelers, due to a strike by pilots over pay.
An American Airlines employee, allegedly angry over stalled union contract talks with the company, has been accused of disabling the navigation system on a flight slated to take off from Miami over the summer, investigators said Thursday.
The summer is here and FedEx wants to make sure that traveling abroad is easier than ever.
Officials say a suspicious package at ABIA was a false alarm. The all clear was given at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night. Officials say the package contained computer parts.
A foggy morning is still causing problems at Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
It's still cold outside but signs of warmer weather are on the horizon and that means it's almost time for spring break.
Several flights out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to the New York City area, Boston and Philadelphia have been canceled due to the major snow storm in the Northeast.