Southwest Plane Clips Wings With Airliner At Newark Airport, Delays ExpectedAccording to officials in Newark, the Southwest flight clipped wings with a parked airplane at Gate A just after 7 a.m. Saturday morning.
FAA Investigating Southwest Airlines Over Baggage Weight DataFederal safety officials are investigating Southwest Airlines for frequently miscalculating the weight of checked baggage on its flights.
American Airlines To Pay $45 Million To Settle Fare Price LawsuitAmerican Airlines agreed to pay $45 million to settle a lawsuit that says it and other major U.S. airlines colluded to drive up prices.
Heroes In The Sky: Calm, Confident Southwest Airlines Crew Describes Emergency LandingCrew members of the Southwest Airlines flight that lost an engine appeared on CBS This Morning for their first joint interview Wednesday.
Southwest Flight Bound For Newark Forced To Land Because Of Cracked WindowThis comes just two weeks after a woman was partially sucked out a shattered window on another Southwest flight.
President Trump Praises Southwest Crew, Passengers For 'Tremendous Bravery'The president welcomed pilot Captain Tammie Jo Shults, First Officer Darren Ellisor and others to the White House on Tuesday.
Southwest Passenger Sues Airline, Engine Manufacturer Over Deadly ExplosionLilia Chavez says she's suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after witnessing "the horror" as fellow passenger Jennifer Riordan was partially sucked out the plane's shattered window.
Heroism Of Pilot In Southwest Airlines Emergency Landing Captured On Audio; Inspections Reveal No Additional Cracked Fan BladesSouthwest executives said they have checked more than 25,000 fan blades since 2016 for signs of metal fatigue and the remaining 10,000 will be inspected by mid-May.
Husband Of Southwest Airlines Victim: 'We Ended With I Love You, Safe Travels'For the first time, Jennifer Riordan's husband Michael speaks publicly about the tragedy.
New Questions About Whether Southwest Airlines Death Could Have Been PreventedSouthwest Airlines had sought more time last year to inspect jet-engine fan blades, like the one that snapped off during one of its flights Tuesday.
Airline Regulators To Order Inspections On Engine Blades After Fatal Failure Aboard Southwest FlightThe announcement came after initial findings from investigators showed that Tuesday's emergency was caused by a fan blade that snapped off.
Stories Of Horror, Heroism Arise From Inside Southwest Flight After Deadly Emergency LandingThe Boeing 737 was bound from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to Dallas with 149 people on board when an engine blew at 32,000 feet.