A line of trucks, vans and cars, some towing trailers or ferrying out pets and other belongings, stretched a kilometer or more on the...
Police say the suspect was driving a stolen car. He was subsequently taken into custody.
The recall covers Bronco Sport and Escape SUVs from the 2020 through 2023 model years.
Some airports are already reporting seeing busier than normal traffic.
The water at Pagosa Springs’ luxury resort burbles forth from the world’s deepest geothermal spring.
The gas release was initially reported in the LAX Terminal 8 baggage area but was later determined to be in a utility room about...
City officials told WFAA several major airlines are expressing interest
The rule goes into effect in 30 days, and airlines have up to 90 days to comply.
The deal, which includes a 24% pay raise, will go to union members for a vote after a cooling-off period of several weeks.
The deal comes after members of the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association rejected a previous tentative agreement in July.
American transported 2.1 million customers on more than 20,500 flights during the weekend. That’s 113% of the customers American flew during the same period...
The promotional Southwest Airlines Companion Pass is good for early 2023, but the deadline to qualify is much sooner.
Rising inflation raises concern about how long vacationers can afford to keep flying at their current pace.
The pilot threatened to deplane and get security involved if the culprit didn't stop sending naked photos to everyone on board, including him.
The next launch window for the rocket is Friday. The Monday launch was canned after several delays because of fuel leaks.
Buttigieg is calling on airlines to, at the very least, give meal vouchers for longer delays and lodging for passengers stranded overnight at an...
Under the proposed rule change, a refund would be required if a plane departed or arrived more than three hours behind schedule.
Researchers say more than 24 million tons of sargassum blanketed the Atlantic in June, shattering the all-time record.
First Officer Keely Petitt knew she wanted to fly planes like her mother from 14 years old.