North Texans' Hawaii Vacation Plans In Limbo Due To HurricaneHawaii residents are preparing for the worst while some North Texans are rethinking their travel plans.
The U.S. Is Facing A Serious Shortage Of Airline PilotsThe national security of the United States relies on a healthy airline industry. That requires highly skilled pilots. However, the U.S. has a shortage of those pilots.
Last Flight From Miami Before Irma Lands At DFWFamilies at DFW Airport who caught the last plane out of Miami say they are thankful.
Social Media Outrage Over Cost Of Flights Out Of FloridaAirline tickets that normally cost around $300 are more than a $1,000 as demand peaks, with people looking for last minute seats to avoid traffic jams and get out of Dodge.
Houston Airports Reopening Wednesday AfternoonBoth airports explained on their Facebook pages they will attempt to begin a phased return to service, with full service expected by this weekend.
Houston Airports Plan To Stay Open After Hurricane Harvey HitsAirlines routinely cancel flights when bad weather is expected, although only a few have been scrapped so far.
American Airlines Dedicates Boeing 777 To Mechanic For 75 Years Of ServiceAfter working for American Airlines for 75 years, Azreil "Al" Blackman says he does not intend to retire any time soon.
'Finally Here': Refugee Reaches US Ahead Of Travel Ban RulesThe U.S. refugee program will be suspended Wednesday when a cap of 50,000 refugee admissions for the fiscal year — the lowest in a decade.
United Moves To Ease Criticism With Settlement, New PoliciesUnited Airlines moved to staunch criticism — and any customer defections — by reaching a settlement Thursday with a passenger dragged off one of its planes two weeks ago and issuing new policies designed to prevent similar customer-service failures.
Delta OKs Offers Up To $9,950 To Flyers Who Give Up SeatsDelta is letting employees offer customers nearly $10,000 in compensation to give up seats on overbooked flights, hoping to avoid an uproar like the one that erupted at United after a passenger was dragged off a jet.
Airlines Pushing Back On Talk Of Banning Overbooking FlightsFederal rules allow airlines to sell more tickets than they have seats, and airlines do it routinely because they assume some passengers won't show up.
Airlines Pushing Back On Talk Of Banning Overbooking FlightsThe airline industry is beginning to speak up against any effort to bar them from overselling flights.