American, US Airways, Commuters Cancel Hundreds Of FlightsAmerican Airlines, US Airways and their regional carriers have canceled almost 1,800 flights due to winter storms in the Midwest and Northeast.
How To Survive A Long FlightMake a few plans ahead of time and pack accordingly to ensure you survive your upcoming long flight.
Avoid Holiday Stress When Traveling With ChildrenPrepared families can save themselves stress when traveling with children.
Southwest Opens New Chapter: International Flights After four decades of expanding to all corners of the lower 48 states, Southwest Airlines flew into new territory on Tuesday — Jamaica, the Bahamas and Aruba. Southwest is taking over routes flown by AirTran Airways, which it bought in 2011.
American Airlines Launches Flights To Shanghai, Hong KongAmerican launched its first flights to China from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Wednesday.
AA Adding Service Between Bismarck, DallasAmerican Airlines says it will launch daily, direct flights from Bismarck to Chicago and Dallas.
Uncovered: The Best Time To Buy The Cheapest Plane TicketA recent study pinpoints the best time to buy the cheapest airline tickets. Read on for tips on booking your next vacation on a budget.
New American Airlines Debuts Changes For CustomersAmerican Airlines is giving customers a glimpse of how the airline will operate after its merger with U.S. Airways.
Holiday Travel: So Far So Good For DFWWeather problems on the East Coast of the United States had ripple effects throughout the nation.
AA Tries To Catch Up On FlightsAmerican Airlines played catch-up Wednesday, resuming most flights and even adding a handful that were not on the schedule to help passengers stranded by a massive technology failure that grounded the carrier's entire U.S. fleet.
Winter Weather Brings Delays To DFW International AirportThe winter weather that brought snow and ice to North Texas has also brought delays to travelers at DFW International Airport.
Airlines Ask Fliers To Reschedule Due To Hurricane SandySome U.S. airlines are giving travelers a way out if they want to scrap their plans due to a massive storm expected to hit the East Coast.