CBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with frustrated travelers.
Hundreds Of American Airlines Flights Canceled Or Delayed, Leaving South Florida Travelers StrandedCBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with frustrated travelers.
Americans Returning From Busiest Travel Weekend Since Start Of PandemicCBS4's Meg Oliver reports more than 7 million people flew this Memorial Day weekend.
Traveler Finds Social Distancing On Flights Not The Case With Every AirlineCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with travelers caught off guard having to sit close to other passengers.
Planniing To Fly? Expect Things To Look DifferentIn the era of COVID-19, flying is very different from what you were used to.
Many Travelers Unhappy With Way Airlines Have Handled Coronavirus CrisisCBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave explains.
Avianca Air & Miami Air File For BankruptcyCBS4's Ted Scouten has more on the future of the airline industry.
JetBlue Takes The CrownJetBlue is the nation's top airline for families, according to a new ranking.
Testing Airline SeatsThe FAA will begin testing airline seat size for safer evacuations.
First Lawsuit Filed Agains Boeing In Plane CrashThe first lawsuit stemming from the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing crash was filed by the family of a woman, who is the great niece of Ralph Nader.
Congress Seeks Answers On Boeing 737 Max 8sCongress is holding hearings regarding the FAA's oversight and approval process of the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft.
Travelers In Miami Not Happy About Long Lines But Understand Safety Comes FirstTravelers were obviously frustrated with the longer waits but most seemed to understand why they were happening.
Flight Delays In Fort Lauderdale After Boeing Flights Grounded By FAAEarlier in the day, Broward County Mayor Mark Bogen had said that he wanted to ban the aircraft from landing at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
Despite Other Countries Taking Action, FAA Not Grounding Boeing Max Planes In U.S.The Federal Aviation Administration stated there’s no concrete evidence to order a grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes.
Plane Flying From Montreal To Fort Lauderdale Forced To Make Emergency LandingA flight that was heading for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport was forced to make an emergency landing midway through its trip.
Air Travel Could Become Easier With New Facial Recognition SoftwareA new facial recognition boarding process could make air travel much easier without sacrificing safety.
Daniel Garcia-Barbon With National Air Traffic Controllers Association Talks Shutdown ImpactThe CBS4 News at 7 is joined by Daniel Garcia-Barbon who is a part of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association to talk about the impact on air travel being caused by the government shutdown.
Delta To Open America's First Facial Recognition Airport TerminalThe system takes a picture and compares it against a digital copy of a travelers passport photo that's stored in a secure Customs and Border Protection database of people flying that day. It takes as little as two seconds.
Holiday Travel At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International AirportThis is the busiest Thanksgiving travel season for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, ever.
South Florida Airports Step Up Security Ahead Of September 11th AnniversarySecurity has been beefed up at Miami International Airport ahead of 9/11 anniversary.
Officials: Man Who Stole Plane, Died In Crash Not A PilotWe’re learning more about the man who stole a passenger airplane from a Pacific Northwest airport earlier this week.
Plane Evacuated After Cell Phone Bursts Into FlamesRyanair passengers forced to evacuate plane after cell phone bursts into flames
No Deaths Reported In Mexican Airliner AccidentNo deaths have been reported in the accident involving an Aeromexico plane Tuesday in Durango, Mexico, according to the state's governor José R. Aispuro.
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.
Supreme Court Upholds President Trump's Travel BanThe ruling was 5-4 along partisan lines, with Chief Justice John Roberts writing for the conservative majority.