Miami International Airport
The U.S.’s ease on travel and trade restrictions has had an effect on South Florida’s travel industry from those boarding the planes to those selling the tickets.
Its business as usual for travelers Tuesday at Miami International Airport—but a look behind the scenes paints a different picture.
With the Paris attacks and the hacking of the U.S. Central Command’s social media accounts, airports around the nation are strengthening their security.
A tragic scene unfolded in Paris Wednesday when three gunmen opened fire at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical weekly newspaper, killing 12 people.
High hopes for Christmas in the Bahamas were shot down after passengers at Miami International Airport learned BahamasAir pilots walked off the job on Monday.
Three people are dead after flames erupted on-board a luxury cruise ship that was docked in St. Lucia.
About 120 Miami Firefighters battled a blaze for hours on Wednesday at a Miami-Dade warehouse and finally declared it under control late in the evening.
As you head to the airport to pick up loved ones or travel yourself you may notice something called TSA Pre-check lines.
With turkey, stuffing and family on many travelers minds, not making it to their destination wasn’t what many travelers thought they would get before Thanksgiving.
There were more than 205 flight delays — both arrivals and departures — at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Tuesday.