Lithuanian Man Gets Commercial Flight To Italy All To HimselfOne man got the flight of a lifetime last month -- an entire 189-seat Boeing 737 plane to himself.
Falcon Injured By Gunfire Nursed Back To Health And Will Fly AgainA falcon wounded by gunshot will soon take flight again.
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.
Southwest: Other Carriers Finding Cracked Engine Fan BladesSouthwest Airlines says cracks in fan blades like the flaw blamed for a fatal accident have been found at other airlines.
US Watchdog Criticizes FAA Oversight Of American AirlinesA government watchdog says a federal inspector overseeing American Airlines was too cozy with the carrier.
American Airlines Announces New Support Animal Policy: Goats Not Allowed, Trained Mini Horses AreStarting July 1, ferrets, goats and hedgehogs can no longer fly American Airlines, even if they're support animals.
Passenger: Airline Told Me To Flush Emotional Support HamsterA woman says an airline told her to flush her hamster down an airport toilet because the emotional support rodent wasn't allowed to fly with her.
Passenger Dragged Off Southwest Flight After Allergy Claim Causes DelayIt's happened again. Another passenger has been dragged off a commercial airliner, this time on a Southwest Airlines flight from Baltimore to Los Angeles.
Florida Residents Fleeing Irma, Arriving In TexasJust about every flight out of the sunshine state is crammed with passengers looking to escape the approaching storm.
Video Shows Flyer With Loose Dog Yelling At Flight AttendantA disruptive passenger was removed from an Atlanta-to-Chicago flight after she was caught on video yelling at a flight attendant while letting her dog run through the cabin.
Former President Carter Shakes Hands With Everyone On FlightFormer President Jimmy Carter took time to shake the hand of every passenger aboard a recent commercial flight from Atlanta to Washington.
NASA Flight Engineers "Catch" Dragon In SpaceFlight Engineers Jack Fischer and Peggy Whitson of NASA captured The SpaceX Dragon from The International Space Station today.