American Airlines Stops Flights To VenezuelaAmerican Airlines is stopping flights to Venezuela because of safety concerns.
FAA Not Going To Ground Boeing 737 Max Planes In U.S. Despite Actions Of Other CountriesThe Federal Aviation Administration stated there’s no concrete evidence to order a grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes.
Cheap, Affordable Flights Are Out There If You Know How To Find ThemIn April, Christina Yannanon of Coral Springs and her daughter are heading back to Spain.
New Facial Recognition Technology Could Make Air Travel Much SmootherA new facial recognition boarding process could make air travel much easier without sacrificing safety.
Winter Storm In The Northeast Affecting Air Travel At South Florida AirportsA major winter storm which covered a large swath of the country in snow wreaked havoc on air travel Sunday, canceling nearly 2,000 flights nationwide.
Miami International Airport To Deploy Therapy Dogs For De-Stressing TravelersWatch out disgruntled travelers, here comes the Miami Hound Machine.
American Airlines Kicks Musician Off Flight For Buying Seat For CelloA Chicago musician traveling with her cello was removed from an American Airlines flight in Miami as she tried to return home.
TSA Surveillance Program Under Fire For Tracking PassengersA TSA domestic surveillance program is under fire for tracking information from U.S. Citizens not suspected of any crimes.
Passenger's Non-Stop Farting Forces Flight To Make Emergency LandingAfter two men complained about a flatulent passenger on a flight from Dubai to Amsterdam, a fight broke out over the passing of gas that caused the plane to make an emergency landing.
Fight Crew Helps Mother-To-Be Share Pregnancy News With Husband While AirborneA flight crew got to be a part of a very special announcement for one South Tampa couple.
2018 May Be The Year To FlyThe next time you take a flight, you may notice something a bit different.
Travelers Prefer The Right Side Of The Plane, Study ClaimsThe experiment, carried out by Edinburgh University in Scotland, found that travelers overwhelmingly prefer to sit on a plane's right side regardless of how the seat chart or plane diagram is presented to them.