As another winter storm takes aim at the northeastern United States, large-scale delays are expected at several key airports along the east coast.
JetBlue Airlines took the unusual step of shutting down service to four major airports in the Northeast for hours on Monday and Tuesday due to a winter storm affecting the area.
Upwards of two feet of snow has fallen in the northeast leaving travel both on the road and through the air at a near standstill. The massive winter storm has shut down some major airports and is causing major delays at others.
The homesick hijacker who returned to the U.S. from Cuba pleaded not guilty to air piracy charges in a Miami federal courtroom on Wednesday.
Less than 48 hours after he finally returned to U.S. soil, a former Black Panther who hijacked a Miami-bound plane almost 30 years ago made his first federal court appearance Thursday.
A Miami bound United Airlines flight from Newark, New Jersey was delayed for several hours after a threat was reportedly made.
Flights in South Florida and around the world were cancelled because of Superstorm Sandy’s impact in the Northeast. As a result, dozens of planes were grounded in South Florida with no place to go.
Hurricane Sandy, barreling toward the northeast Monday, has caused thousands of flight delays and cancellations around the country including in South Florida.
Travelers using Miami International Airport will be getting faster flights to LaGuardia using Delta airlines, part of a major expansion of the airline’s service at the New York airport announced Friday.
Federal investigators are looking into the circumstances with left passengers from several JetBlue planes and an American Airlines plane stranded on a tarmac at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport for more than seven hours.