The jet of the future has faster travel times and huge digital screens that feel as if every seat is a window seat.
Travelers at Miami International Airport weren’t too happy this weekend after being caught in delays for hours due to cut backs by the Transportation Security Administration.
Vandals did approximately $4,000 in damage to two planes parked at the sea plane base behind the Miami Children’s Museum on Watson Island.
Tonight, November 2 on CBS4 News at 11 PM. The number of airplanes coming close to colliding in mid-air (called NMAC or Near Mid-Air Collisions) has skyrocketed… CBS4 Investigates uncovers one such incident involving two […]
Most people wouldn’t image that the airplane they are flying in over the aqua waters of the Caribbean might not have life rafts on board in case the plane had to make a water landing. But the CBS4 I-Team has found the practice could be more common than you think.
Authorities up and down the East Coast have a simple message for anyone planning to travel in that area this weekend, stay home.
Even as the administration of President Barack Obama has begun reaching out to Cuba and relations between to two countries move closer and closer to thawing; the CBS4 I-Team has obtained once secret documents that raise questions about whether Fidel Castro ever truly wants normal relations with the United States.
An alarming number of airplanes are getting too close and some federal officials want to know why. The CBS4 I-Team first warned you about close calls in our skies back in 2007. After the I-Team’s first report aired the problem appeared to improve as safety officials moved to address the issue and make improvements to the nation’s aviation safety system.
But now, as I-Team investigator Stephen Stock discovered, a growing number of close calls recently has gotten federal officials’ attention. Experts worry that unless something is done to reduce these mid-air close calls disaster could result.
For more than a decade the mystery surrounding the secrets behind the shootdown of two Brothers to the Rescue airplanes by Cuban military jets has remained elusive. To find answers to that mystery, the CBS4 I-Team spent a year digging through once-top secret documents about the shoot down.