Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
One of American Airlines’ new cost-cutting measures is causing security concerns at DFW International Airport.
It’s been two months since a Dallas-bound US Airways flight had to be turned around after someone called in a bomb threat. Today a Philadelphia man faces federal charges in connection with the fake threat.
If you’re going to get stuck, it might as well be at a nice airport. And a travel dating site says DFW is the place to be.
As a group of students from Mexico wait patiently at DFW to get to New York, a NYPD Subway Officer decides to take a less direct route to get back home and back to work.
Hurricane Sandy hasn’t made landfall yet but the storm is already having an impact on travelers.
Jeanne Rysiewicz spent three days in Fort Worth last month. Her entire family was here for her sister’s wedding. On September 16, she and her family were getting ready to board their airplane home to Indiana, but Jeanne never got on.
Janice Fajobi is trying to get back to her home in Lafayette, Louisiana. With southern Louisiana under threat, it is not the best time to be traveling that way.
Officials say a man who locked himself in an airplane cockpit has voluntarily surrendered to law enforcement.
The FBI has swept the American Airlines M-D 80 twice and agents say there were no hazardous materials found on the plane.
It sounds like something out of the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, but if you’re willing to pay a fee and get your iris scanned, you can jump to the front of the security line at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
A decades-long dream of light rail is nearing completion for Irving city officials.
Spirit Airlines, which combines cheap fares with more fees than competitors charge, plans to expand again at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport — the hometown airport of American Airlines.