Tammie Jo Shults, 56, may have drawn on her Navy skills when one of the two engines on her Boeing 737-700 blew and broke apart at 32,000 feet on Tuesday, forcing her to implement a rapid descent towards Philadelphia International Airport. One of the first female fighter pilots in the U.S. Navy, Shults calmly told air traffic control that part of her plane was missing, and she would need ambulances on the runway.
You'd be forgiven for not knowing that Jolie also happens to be a seasoned pilot, as she reminded the world in ITV's the Queen's Green Planet.
Airline staffers charmed by the plucky preteen's letter put together their own flight vouchers to cover the cost of an upgrade.
The passengers claimed they were unaware the ship would be undergoing renovations during the 15-day voyage.
Emily Jackson says she's not upset about Disney Cruise Line's 24-week cutoff for pregnant moms but was shaken by the treatment that followed as her family waited for their luggage.
Despite a near-religious devotion to food and wine, the Italian diet is immersed in healthy pleasures—not overindulgence.
A United Airlines passenger was paid $10,000 in travel credit to give up her seat on an overbooked flight at Dulles International Airport in Washington D.C on Thursday. While a United Airlines representative told Newsweek that the voucher is per the company's policy, it is the highest voucher available and is only issued in extreme circumstances.
United Airlines has had yet another incident with a dog on one of its flights. No, not the one with the dog that died in the overhead bin. Or the dog that was mistakenly sent to Japan.
The mom says she was unable to enjoy many rides because of her weight and claims staff "humiliated" her by rejecting her request to have fewer people in her row.
The 15th-century citadel in Peru is one of many international destinations that are continuing to crack down on tourists who bare their bodies.
Passengers and social media users alike are outraged after a video surfaced showing Southwest Airlines bringing a taxiing plane back to the gate to kick off a previously unruly young girl and the toddler’s parents. Passenger Alexis Armstrong, who filmed the Southwest Flight 1683 incident, said the two-year-old girl, and a man who was likely her father were asked to leave the Chicago to Atlanta flight Wednesday prior to takeoff. In an interview with Law&Crime, Armstrong said the girl had a brief fit during the boarding process while passengers were still milling about and the man was told, “she needs to calm and sit or she will be escorted off.” The young child reportedly quieted down for five minutes and the plane pushed back from the gate.
A black man traveling on a United Airlines plane has claimed that a flight attendant agreed to give a white woman sitting next to him a $1,000 voucher for taking her feet off the tray table, while not offering him similar courtesy. “The audacity of white privilege,” Frederick Joseph, who started the ‘Black Panther Challenge’ fundraising initiative, wrote in a series of tweets on Tuesday March 13.
"Life doesn't just stop when you decide to explore the world. Money problems, health issues, personal strife — they happen to us all, no matter where we go."
A passenger who complained about Norwegian on social media through the medium of poetry has had his extra fees waived by the budget airline.
After a particularly turbulent flight to Washington, D.C., a group of United Airlines passengers seem to be still recovering from the flight where "everyone threw up."
Video footage shows the passenger and her mother fitting the bag into the airline's measuring rack, while staff insist it's too bag.