American Airlines Flight From New York Makes Emergency Landing After Reports Of Smoke In CabinAll 190 people on board are safe and no one was injured after landing at a regional airport in Madison.
Construction Begins On Newark Airport's Terminal AThe $2.7 billion project will upgrade and replace Terminal A with a new "Terminal One."
FAA Administrator: Unruly Passenger Incidents Declining But Still 'Two To Three Times Above Where We Need To Be'The agency said total fines for a variety of alleged bad behavior in 2021 topped more than $1 million.
Frustration Grows As Tri-State Area Air Travelers Run Into Nightmare Problems Getting To DestinationsFrustrated flyers say they're being left stranded at airports across the country.
Crowding Resolved At JFK Airport After Check-In System OutageThe outage delayed people from checking in for their flights.
Unruly Passenger From Upstate New York Forces JetBlue Flight To Be DivertedHe was identified as 42-year-old Mark Anthony Scerbo from upstate New York.
FAA Reports Sharp Increase In Reports Of Unruly Passengers Over Past Few MonthsThe FAA has released new numbers that show since February, the agency has received approximately 1,300 unruly passenger reports.
United Airlines Service Coming Back To JFK Airport In 2021Starting Feb. 1, United will offer nonstop service from JFK to Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Trump Imposes Travel Restrictions On Brazil In Response To CoronavirusForeigners will not be allowed to travel to the U.S. if they have been in Brazil any time during the 14-days prior to when they are scheduled to travel to the U.S.
Memorial Day Travel Expected To Hit Record Low Due To COVID-19Memorial Day weekend travel is expected to hit a record low this year, with air travel down 88% and due to the pandemic
TSA To Make Screening Changes In Response To PandemicWhen a bag does not pass X-ray screening, passengers may have to unpack it themselves and send it through the machine again to prevent an officer from having to search it by hand.
Airlines Drawing Criticism Over Inconsistent Social Distancing Guidelines As More Americans Start Traveling AgainWhen it comes to those middle seats, some airlines went back on their word after pledging to block them out.
Air Travel In Coronavirus Age: Experts Say If You're Nervous To Fly, Airlines Will Try To Work With YouDespite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, travel experts say the number of passengers getting on planes is increasing.
Coronavirus Update: Customers Demand Refunds For Canceled Flights While Wondering If Flying Will Ever Be The SameAll across the country and here in New York, airport terminals are empty.
Schumer Calls On FAA To Complete Overdue Airline Legroom StudySchumer worries that without federal action, airlines could shrink seating even more and create safety issues.