A mother says American Airlines “kidnapped” her "terrified" 8-year-old son by neglecting to inform her about an overnight delay and failing to provide him with proper meals.
A breastfeeding mother is speaking out after being asked to cover up on a KLM flight to the Netherlands. The airline is defending its policy.
British Airways is working with Heathrow Airport and Metropolitan police to further investigate the incident.
“I had to ask someone to switch seats with me because she didn’t want to sit by a black woman in 2019!” Tiarra wrote on her Facebook.
“It made me feel so self-conscious," the mother reportedly said about the alleged treatment onboard the Easy Jet flight.
"You don't take away somebody's legs and then describe it as an inconvenience," said the man's lawyer.
"What really hurt me is for my child to see me getting handcuffed and taken away from her," Rosetta Swinney said.
Once the Spirit Airline employee heard 'Wobble Baby' blare from the speakers, he couldn't help but join in on the fun.
According to the handwritten letter, Jamie Patzer found the book in a flight attendant cubby onboard a Spirit Airlines plane and wanted to help the student who left it there out.
The inebriated honeymooner was escorted off the flight as his bride shouted some choice words at her new husband.
Michael Martinez, 8, was one of 50 children with autism that participated in an American Airlines mock flight.
The company made its final announcement on Thursday, saying that it has "ceased operations" and "all flights have been canceled."
It's the second time this year that an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, N.C. had a passenger in need of a toilet.
Federal air marshals on the flight had to restrain the 24-year-old woman at the rear of the plane until it landed.
Two female JetBlue crew members claim they and a third women were drugged by two pilots for the airline, one of whom allegedly raped them.
The airline says the passenger "posed a safety risk," but one bridesmaid insists that she wasn't exhibiting "drunken behavior."
“A passenger left her baby in the terminal and refuses to continue the flight,” a pilot can be heard saying to air traffic control in a leaked recording.
The gate agent reportedly said to one cheerleader, "HAHA I can do that with my hand too and say I’m disabled."
The airline is coming forward to say that the passenger's inability to travel had nothing to do with his terminal illness, but instead his possession of prohibited items.
The pit bull severed the 5-year-old's tear duct, resulting in her having to undergo tear-duct surgery.
A baby was rushed to the hospital after she fell from a portable carrier held by a flight attendant toting her down the steps of a Boeing 737.
While passengers on the plane likely appreciated the kind gesture, some on social media say it sets expectations for how babies are supposed to act too high.