More than 2 million people are expected to travel through Los Angeles International Airport over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Coachella Valley Congressman Raul Ruiz was hailed as a hero after he cared for a man who suffered a medical emergency while onboard a flight to Dallas early Thursday.
An Orange County aerospace firm will soon begin flight tests for a new high-tech blimp-style aircraft designed to carry oversized cargo.
A man who nearly became an American Airlines flight attendant has agreed to plead guilty to phoning in bomb threats against another airline.
Allegiant Tuesday announced a new, nonstop flight between Los Angeles (LAX) and Honolulu (HNL) beginning on October 30.
San Francisco bound flights out of Los Angeles International Airport returned to normal Monday morning following a deadly Bay Area plane crash over the weekend, officials said.
Authorities Saturday said that some flights scheduled to land at San Francisco International Airport are being diverted to LAX.
A new exclusive airline is making it easier for commuters to jet back-and-forth from the Silicon Valley to the Southland.
A Southwest Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Austin, Texas, made an emergency landing in Phoenix Monday after someone phoned in a bomb threat, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
A San Gabriel teenager, along with her family, sued United Airlines Thursday, claiming flight attendants didn’t take action when she reported that a fellow passenger was pleasuring himself in front of her on a flight last year.
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.
Travelers at Los Angeles International Airport and around the nation were experiencing flight delays Tuesday after American Airlines was hit by a computer system outage.
The U.S. Navy has grounded its most popular air show.
Flight attendants at Los Angeles International and airports around the United States will be out in force Monday to call on federal regulators to keep knives out of the aircraft cabin.
The skies over Southern California could soon become the latest testing ground for military drone aircraft.