Two people were injured Wednesday night when a jetway collapsed at Los Angeles International Airport.
Airlines have been widely criticized for pocketing federal tax money during the FAA shutdown.
The governor is citing improved sea conditions as cause to extend the search that has lasted four days.
A chartered ship, packed with Americans on a Fourth of July fishing trip, was struck by two rogue waves in the Sea of Cortez and capsized Sunday.
…a move a lot of air travellers support whole-heartedly: it’s banning infants from first class on its long-haul 747 flights. I’m not sure this is a good idea…
It could take several days for thousands of stranded travelers to get home after a United Airlines computer system shut down for several hours, leading to widespread cancelations Friday night.
Outbound flights from LAX to Tokyo are filling up fast with nervous relatives anxious to be reunited with their family members amid the ongoing disaster in Japan.
Authorities Sunday said three people were questioned and released following a security-related concern on an Alaska Airlines jet approaching Los Angeles International Airport.
Southwest Airlines Co. has joined a sweeping increase of $10 in the price of many domestic round-trip airfares, citing the need to offset high fuel prices.
The number of travelers passing through Bob Hope Airport rebounded in 2010 from steep declines the previous year.
Metro will add capacity on its Red Line trains Sunday to accommodate people attending the Hollywood Christmas Parade.
Two people were arrested after the Carnival Splendor was towed into a San Diego dock Thursday, it was announced Friday.
Question: would that be good enough for you? Is that a fair settlement, or will there be lawsuits? Well, of course there will be lawsuits, because that’s the way it is. I don’t know first-hand what the passengers have been through. Should they be compensated additionally? What would be fair?
Qantas Airlines is trying to get 500 passengers stranded at Los Angeles International Airport onto flights bound for Australia.
Is the era of the travel agent over? At least one industry expert thinks so.