The opening days of March are still roaring like a lion as a winter storm dumped sleet, freezing rain and several inches of snow across North Texas Wednesday night.
Airlines will save billions this year thanks to cheaper jet fuel, but they aren’t likely to share the bounty with passengers — not while so many flights are already full.
Administrators at DFW International Airport are expecting 3.2 million people to travel through the airport between now and the weekend after the New Year.
More Texans are expected to hit the road during the end-of-the-year holidays as gasoline prices remain lower than a year ago.
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is considering an all out ban on traveler’s carry-on luggage.
The main reason the airlines are not sharing the riches with passengers: There is no compelling reason to do so.
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The 14 airlines covered in the government report canceled 1.2 percent of their U.S. flights in August, up from 1.0 percent a year earlier.
A fire at an air traffic control facility in suburban Chicago has caused more than 500 flights to be canceled at the city’s airports today – and more cancellations are expected.
The U.S. Department of Transportation said Wednesday that among 14 of the largest airlines, 75.6 percent of flights arrived on time in July, up from 73.1 percent in July 2013.
American launched its first flights to China from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Wednesday.
Virgin America created a public relations stir two weeks ago, when it landed at Dallas Love Field to announce new flights on Southwest Airlines’ home turf.