Two elderly World War II veterans flew through the Los Angeles International Airport Friday morning on their way to a memorial ceremony at Iwo Jima in Japan.
A former United Airlines flight attendant was sentenced Monday to 18 months in federal prison for making bomb threats against his own company.
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United Airlines plans to spend government airport funds to rebuild its three terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, it was reported Sunday.
A former United Airlines flight attendant has pleaded guilty to making a bomb threat against a United jet flying between London and Los Angeles.
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.
The federal government grounded Boeing’s newest and most technologically advanced jetliner Wednesday, declaring that U.S. airlines cannot fly the 787 again until the risk of battery fires is addressed.
United Airlines flew its brand new 787 Dreamliner to the West Coast Friday, landing at Los Angeles International Airport for the first time.
Arash Durrani, the male model/actor accused of being unruly on a flight headed to John Wayne Airport Tuesday, was ordered released after he posted bond.
A passenger was arrested following a clash with a flight attendant aboard a United Airlines flight at LAX.
Passengers scheduled on Continental flights out of LAX this weekend, shouldn’t bother looking for the airline’s signs.
The number of tourists who visited Los Angeles went up in 2011, a 4.2 percent increase over 2010, and those visitors spent an estimated $15.2 billion.
A 45-year-old Temple City woman is accused of providing false information to an airline in order to take revenge on a male passenger with whom she had a four-day fling.
A United Airlines Boeing 757 headed towards Los Angeles lost one of its two engines shortly after taking off from Denver Sunday, but landed safely at the airport in Grand Junction, Colo.
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.