Feds Threaten To Ground Dozens Of Southwest Airlines Jets Over Safety Concerns Regarding Used PlanesSouthwest said repairs on some used Boeing 737 jets it bought were done, but not properly classified by previous owners. Southwest downplayed any risk to safety.
Retired North Texas Pilot Recalls Flying During 9/11 AttacksIt was Sept. 11, 2001 and Beverly Bass had no way of knowing that the storm had already arrived. She was over the North Atlantic — en route to DFW from Paris. It was in the days before social media and when cell phones were rare, so another pilot delivered the devastating news.
Farewell Flight: American Airlines Retires MD-80 PlanesAmerican Airlines said farewell to its Super 80 planes on Wednesday after the carrier flew its last revenue flight of the classic McDonnell Douglas MD-80.
Catering Workers Protest At American Airlines HQ, 58 ArrestedAirline catering workers are calling on the world's largest airline to take action to end what they call poverty wages and unaffordable health care in the industry.
American Airlines Announces Nonstop Service From DFW To Israel Beginning In 2020American Airlines will soon be offering nonstop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to Israel.
Southwest Airlines Pulls Boeing 737 Max Jets From Schedule Into NovemberDallas-based Southwest Airlines is joining other major carriers and is again pushing back the date it expects to be able to fly the grounded Boeing 737 Max jet.
Amazon Leasing More Boeing 737s To Add To Growing FleetIt may be the push for same-day delivery or just company expansion, but Amazon's fleet of jets is getting bigger.
Southwest, Mechanics Union Reach Tentative Deal In Labor DisputeSouthwest Airlines and a union representing its mechanics say they're on the verge of ending a bitter, long-running labor dispute that has triggered hundreds of flight cancellations and raised safety concerns.
American Airlines Fined By FAA For Lengthy Tarmac DelaysAmerican Airlines was fined by the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to comply with federal rules on long tarmac delays.
Thanksgiving Air-Travel Rush Gets Off To A Good StartThanksgiving travelers got help from favorable weather in most of the U.S Tuesday, but flight delays piled up at airports around the country by day's end.
Will American Airlines Bar Customers From Changing A Ticket?American Airlines is threatening to prohibit customers from making changes to nonrefundable tickets.
Trump Reaches Deal With Boeing On New Presidential PlanesPresident Trump has reached an informal deal with Boeing to provide the next generation of presidential aircraft, the White House said Tuesday.
UFOs? Cause Of Mystery Lights In Denver Skies RevealedSpeculation about possible UFOS were sky high over the weekend after a line of flashing lights were seen above the Denver area.
Report: Drones More Damaging Than Bird Strikes To PlanesA new study by the FAA says drones can cause more damage to an airplane than a bird strike.
High Winds Toss Planes, Equipment At Denton AirportThe high winds that came with overnight storms across North Texas caused significant damage at the airport in Denton.