Next time you fly into John Wayne Airport, hailing a taxi won’t be your only option.
Airport officials say an upcoming airfield maintenance and runway construction project will result in phased closures of the airport’s four runways and possible flight delays.
Passengers at one Los Angeles International Airport terminal fled onto the tarmac Monday morning after a mistaken announcement that a man with a gun was on the loose.
Some in the aviation community are calling for tighter laws and regulations after a potentially hazardous event was avoided at LAX involving a commercial flight and a drone.
After some 85 years in existence, a makeover is once again in the works for Burbank Bob Hope Airport.
Meanwhile, two planes were evacuated on arrival at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport due to what a spokesman called a “security concern.”
The new FlyAway bus service to LAX, formerly touted by Mayor Garcetti as reliable, is under fire from customers who say they were stranded and late for their flights.
The U.S. attorney general has not yet decided whether to seek the death penalty against the man charged in a deadly shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport.
A San Gabriel couple cleared Sunday by a Qatari appeals court of wrongdoing in the death of their adopted daughter has been barred from leaving the Middle Eastern country just hours after they were told they were free to go.
Is the name of a legendary comedian keeping travelers from using the fifth-busiest airport in Southern California?
More travelers flying in and out of LAX and other airports nationwide will soon be using new technology to get where they’re going.
Residents near Van Nuys Airport say noise levels may no longer be their biggest complaint.
A Southland Congresswoman is calling for a meeting with Los Angeles city officials to review current procedures being used to screen passengers for – and respond to – a potential incident involving the Ebola virus.
A Southland lawmaker Tuesday called for the region’s top airport official to be fired over comments he made that included a reference to the Inland Empire as “inbred”.
Relatives Fear For Family In Hurricane-Ravaged Cabo As Mexican Government Evacuates Stranded Tourists
Back at home, relatives remain anxious about the well-being of their loved ones, with vacationers left stranded in areas so flooded the only way out is to wait for a flight.