Woman Jumps From Plane Emergency Door After Flight Lands In TexasAuthorities say a woman jumped from an emergency exit door on a flight after it landed at a Texas airport and took off running toward the terminal before she was caught.
2 Sentenced To Prison For Disrupting Southwest FlightTwo California men convicted of disrupting a Southwest Airlines flight have been sentenced to prison.
White Substance Found On Southwest Plane In FloridaOfficials gave the all-clear after a white substance was found onboard a flight at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Airline Rage Becoming A Bigger ProblemThe International Air Transport Association says there were nearly 11-thousand air rage incidents worldwide last year. That's 1500-hundred cases more than in 2014.
Disruptive Passenger Causes DFW-Bound Flight To DivertA passenger has been removed from an American Airlines flight headed to North Texas after causing a disruption that led pilots to make an unplanned stop in Lubbock.
Delta Struggles Through Third Day Of Computer ProblemsDelta fliers faced delays, cancellations and more headaches Wednesday as the Atlanta-based airline struggled with its computer systems for the third straight day.
Free TV, Movie Streaming For All American Airlines PassengersGood new for airlines passengers who travel on American Airlines, in-flight boredom may not be an issue the next time you. American is now offering complimentary movies, TV shows, music and games for all passengers.
Computer Outage Could Tarnish Delta's On-Time ReputationWe don't cancel flights. That's been the message for the past two years from Delta Air Lines. That all literally ground to a halt Monday when a computer outage led to the cancellation of more than 1,500 flights.
After Outage, Delta Seeks Forgiveness With Refunds, VouchersDelta Air Lines will be handing out refunds and travel vouchers as penance for the latest computer outage to knock a major airline off stride. Delta canceled about 1,000 flights and had 2,900 others delayed yesterday.
Delta Airlines Moving Slowly After Worldwide Computer OutageDelta Airlines is still trying to recover after a worldwide computer systems crash. Thousands of passengers are now stranded after Delta canceled some 300 flights.
Pilots' Union Seeks Ouster Of Southwest CEO After IT OutagePilots' union leaders are asking Southwest to replace CEO Gary Kelly because of the technology outage that caused the airline to cancel or delay thousands of flights in July.
Slow Going As Southwest Airlines Tries To Unsnarl AirportsMany Southwest Airlines passengers are still patiently waiting to get to their destinations. The problems began with intermittent computers issues and ended with dozens of delays and hundreds of cancellations.

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