Police say the man admitted to drinking five shots of whiskey before his flight.
According to the lawsuit, the only reason the "whites-only" break room no longer exists is that it was made into a supervisor's office.
The plane’s pilot, Scott Landis, and his brother Patrick had just scattered their father's ashes when their plane went down.
Jack, a boy who uses a motorized scooter, hates feeling different from everyone else, and the attention an airline drew to his disability caused him to have a “meltdown” the next day, his mother says.
How to Publicly Repair a Relationship: 101. JetBlue swooped in to the rescue on Friday, July 27, after a customer tweeted about her most unusual—and unfortunate—situation. Courtney Duffy, an MBA student at Dartmouth, shared her...
Mom says she was forced to prove the identity of her biracial son while boarding a Southwest Airlines flight.
In May 2016, Lewis Christman was flying from Chicago to Rome when he suffered a bout of acute pancreatitis. This month, Christman sued, accusing United Continental Holdings Inc. of ignoring a recommendation from a doctor on board to divert the flight and failing to contact medical consultants on the ground. It was another round of bad publicity for United and one that draws scrutiny to how U.S. air carriers treat passengers in distress and the pressure to keep flights in the air.
An American Airlines passenger who was denied alcohol on a flight launched into a screaming tirade involving spit and blood, according to the FBI - and now faces the possibly of up to 20 years in prison. Jason Felix was flying from St Croix to Miami on AA flight 1293 when the incident occurred, according to an FBI affidavit. A fellow passenger caught part of the argument on camera.
A flight attendant on a plane traveling from Denver to Williston, N.D., reportedly displayed “erratic behavior,” and one passenger called the flight attendant “belligerent” in a tweet.
An elderly woman is having to make do with her an old prosthesis — held together by duct tape — after the airline lost her daughter's luggage, which contained a new prothesis.
The teen's sister says the airline would have handled the situation differently if a "nondisabled child threw up."
You may recall, back in July, on a JetBlue flight from Long Beach to San Francisco passenger Jessie Char encountered the worst kind of airline seatmate — a pair of feet. “I noticed one of the armrests collapse and so I looked over only to see a foot emerge from the row behind me,” Char told People of the incident.
Reddit user Zebidee posted the cheeky photo with the comment, "If you want to wind up in the same country as your wedding outfits, don't fly Delta Airlines."
A flight attendant continues to question the health effects of a new uniform, and an expert finds this to be part of a larger problem.