A report issued Wednesday by a union that represents airline food workers is raising doubts about the safety of passengers’ food on flights at Los Angeles International Airport.
Federal officials say that a Georgia man posed as an airline employee to score cheap travel and resold the tickets for thousands of dollars.
An informational hearing was held on Friday afternoon to consider employee safety in the wake of the death of a baggage handler, who was a contract worker, at LAX.
Some scientists believe air turbulence will get worse over the next few years.
A Southland man who allegedly assaulted a flight crew member on a weekend flight from the Philippines to Los Angeles faced Tuesday a federal charge of interfering with a flight crew.
Airlines at Los Angeles International Airport reported resuming operations Tuesday after a ticketing system outage cause delays for over a dozen flights.
Fears of long delays at LAX were quelled Monday, one day after federal budget-related furloughs of air traffic controllers resulted in travel delays of more than three hours.
There’s good news for those who suffer from nomophobia (the fear of being without a cell phone). Virgin Atlantic passengers can now use their cell phones during certain flights.
Qantas Airlines is flying again after a court ordered striking employees to get back to work. The first flight took off from Sydney to Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday morning, but weekend flights from LAX were forced to stay on the ground.
JetBlue is offering more unlimited flight passes after the airline’s original batch sold out in just one week.
Hoping to fly for cheap this summer? Tom Parsons of BestFares.com shares tips to get the most flight for your buck.
The nation’s biggest airlines want to put off having to be more transparent with customers about baggage and “bumping” policies for at least another couple of months.
Airlines collected $3.4 billion in baggage fees in 2010, a 24-percent increase year-to-year, the government reported Monday.
Even in a winter wracked by record snowstorms, travelers can still find a good deal.
Three hours or less: that’s all the airlines can now set you back before having to pay up big fines to the feds.