You've got to see it to believe it.
Most of the major carriers, as well as many airports in the affected regions, have issued travel alerts to passengers scheduled to fly on Wednesday.
“Did you pack the bomb?”
Singapore Airlines was forced to respond to passengers on social media who questioned why small cameras were embedded in their inflight monitors, and assured them that the cameras are "disabled" and there are no plans for later use.
A Virgin Atlantic flight from Los Angeles to London reached the ground speed of 801 mph with the help of strong winds, according to reports.
“Our food is fantastic. We believe in it so much, we’re going to start a fast-food restaurant out of it,” AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes confirmed.
You can say goodbye to safety concerns, getting lost or even carrying a wallet around.
Move over snakes, scorpions are the new frequent flyers.
Travel down the sea and back again.
The unruly woman was reportedly drunk.
Travelers booking with certain U.S. airlines will reportedly soon be offered new gender options.
It comes 34 years after her first visit to the Arizona landmark.
There is no smoking aboard the aircraft, people.
Norwegian Cruise Line says “prevailing winds” caused the collision.
An Air Canada passenger alarmed airline personnel when she allegedly joked about a bomb being inside a carry-on bag during a Tuesday flight out of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., resulting in flight delays and her arrest.
A Delta Air Lines flight en route from Southern California to Seattle was forced to make an emergency landing in Nevada Wednesday amid “severe turbulence” that caused a chaotic scene on board the flight and sent three people to the hospital.
Limited service has resumed.
A female Jetstar Airways passenger says she’s “disgusted” with the airline after a flight attendant allegedly made comments about her travel outfit being “inappropriate.”