A man activated the emergency slide on an plane in Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport yesterday. He was arrested on charges of criminal trespassing and failure to provide his true identity. The circumstances of how he reached the restricted area have not yet been revealed.
A Malaysian man has been arrested in a case of video voyeurism, for placing a camera and recording passengers in the toilet of an United Airlines flight.
The flight attendant was also the sole attendant on the particular flight from Chicago.
In a confrontational meeting that involved lot of "yelling," Trump berates the CEOs of the three biggest U.S airlines who had tried to make their case against some Mideast carriers.
Economists believe that the more cancellations and price hikes could hit before Thanksgiving.
On Sunday, Anton Berg, of North Carolina, was scheduled to fly from Raleigh to Stockholm via a stop at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in New Jersey.
A North Carolina teen nearly got put on a flight to Germany instead of Sweden by United Airlines during his transfer in New Jersey.
In an open revolt, employees at the online home furnishings retailer Wayfair staged a walkout to oppose the company’s sale of $200,000 worth of furniture to a government contractor running a detention center for migrant children in Texas.
The first quarterly report for 2019 reveals just how impactful baggage fees have been for U.S. airlines.
Enrique Gonzalez's attempt to join the mile-high club on Flight 5755 backfired when the person seated next to him witnessed him touching himself.
The incident occurred shortly after United Airlines Flight 132 took off from the airport at 7:37 a.m. HST (1:37 p.m. EDT) with 142 passengers on board.
George Seryogin, from Massachusetts, was accused of "an intent to abuse, humiliate, harass, and degrade" the 19-year-old victim, according to court documents.
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An employee for United Airlines has been charged for disorderly conduct after yelling racial slurs at a customer in Houston airport.
A video surfaced in recent days of a man reportedly in the business class section of a United Airlines flight who made others quite uncomfortable after shaving his head with an electric razor.
Seven plane passengers had to be taken to a local hospital for evaluation due to a strong odor on Friday.
The incident took place on an international flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles International Airport on Jan. 21.
"Though I was off the plane by then, this was very embarrassing for my brother and our friends,” the Jewish passenger said.
More than 200 Southwest Airlines flights were canceled as the airline battled maintenance issues.
The passenger in his suit Wednesday claimed that the incident “nearly resulted in the loss of all life aboard.”
Temperatures reached -25C as flyers waited for 17 hours for an alternate flight to arrive and rescue them.
United Airlines has changed its policy on emotional support animals, restricting them from flights more than eight hours.
According to passenger Amy Hammond, an unidentified woman was traveling with her young son when she passed out as the plane was ascending.
The pilot of United flight 5277 told the passengers on board that he would turn the plane around and head back to O’Hare International Airport, Chicago.
The airline later apologized saying "the flight attendant is being held out of service pending the investigation."
In 2017, 23 domestic airlines earned more than $4.5 billion in baggage fees, which was around $276 million more than what they made in 2016.
American Airlines Group Inc, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines changed references to Taiwan on their websites.
Referring to a flight she was taking from Heathrow to Chicago on July 4, Genevieve Pascolla, 26, who is a professional photographer, took to Instagram to vent her anger at the airlines.
According to court documents filed last week in Colorado District Court, the incident took place in July 2016 on a United flight from Hong Kong to San Francisco.
DHS spokesman Tyler Houlton confirmed Wednesday that multiple airlines had reached out to the federal agency, asking them to not use their services to transport immigrant children.