All week, The Couch has kept you up to date on the imporant news. On Friday, we took a look at the big stories – from a different perspective.
Terminal turmoil has once again gripped American passengers as dozens of Thursday flights were canceled and many more delayed so that crews could check and secure rows of airplane seats.
American Airlines has been dealing with a public relations headache all week, after a row of seats on three separate flights came loose forcing emergency landings.
The American Airlines seat scare has expanded to a third flight. Some have suspected sabotage, but on Tuesday surfaced a new theory on what’s causing the loose seats.
Planes have been grounded and the feds are now investigating American Airlines. The Federal Aviation Administration is probing two separate instances of rows of airplane seats dislodging in mid-air.
Not only did a new government report say passengers will have fewer options when it comes to airlines and flights from which to choose, it also found airlines are making record profits from baggage fees.
Sources told CBS 2 the wrong plane was sent to the impound area and the plane that received the threat was allowed to taxi right up to the gate,
A California couple with a son with Down Syndrome said they plan to sue American Airlines, after they were denied entrance onto a plane at Newark Liberty Airport on Sunday.
On Monday, American Eagle flight attendant Jose Serrano apparently couldn’t take the heat as passengers became impatient on their weather-delayed flight to Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
Isabel Pascual had disappeared just before 1 p.m. Wednesday at LaGuardia getting off an American Airlines flight from Miami.
The New York Democrat is reacting to an Associated Press story last week detailing how families this summer are going to find it harder to sit together without paying fees that can add up to hundreds of dollars over the original ticket price.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg celebrated the opening Wednesday of the new headquarters of JetBlue Airways, located in the historic Brewster Building in Long Island City, Queens.
Some flyers Wednesday morning were floating on air at American Airlines’ Terminal 8 screening. They left on their shoes, belts, and jackets, they didn’t have to open their bags, and they breezed through security.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is boosting its flying out of LaGuardia airport, adding routes that target American Airlines and put it in a better position to compete against United.
“As president and CEO of Greyhound, I was disheartened to hear about the comments you made regarding our company,” Dave Leach wrote in an open letter to the actor.