Say what you will about Spirit’s $100 bag fees, my inner high school freshman does appreciate their sophomoric sense of humor.
The Essential Air Service program has awarded a $1.5 million annual contract to SeaPort Airlines to fly between Athens and Nashville.
American Airlines has had better weekends, to say the least.
Avgeeks will love it, but “Airport 24/7″ shows the aviation and air travel business is filled with stories and characters that appeal to all.
The Airline Passenger Experience Expo featured everything an airline might need in their aircraft, from LED lighting to satellite internet.
A minor 3.4 magnitude earthquake that rattled homes and nerves in central Texas Saturday night was centered just 3.4 miles southeast of DFW.
A Republic Airways flight attendant and a Philadelphia cop are both in trouble after an incident with a loaded gun at Philadelphia Airport.
The Pentagon has fired off a sternly-worded letter to Boeing regarding the airframer’s move of Air Force One repairs from Kansas to Texas.
18 JFK Airport workers were arrested for stealing and reselling over $750K of alcohol and duty free items from American Airlines flights.
An American Airlines Boeing 767 carrying the Miami Dolphins clipped another American aircraft while taxiing in Dallas late Wednesday night.
The Saxton family was stranded at Salt Lake City International Airport for six days, but it wasn’t anyone’s fault but their own.
American has done an exemplary job of keeping their Twitter complainants happy, or at the very least, responding in a timely fashion.
A documentary about handmade “Indoor freeflight rubber-powered duration aircraft” is about to take off.
After failed legal and lobbying efforts to shut down the federal Export-Import Bank, Delta is scoring big deals made possible by the bank’s financing.
NYCAviation.com, a rapidly expanding national air travel and aerospace news site, is looking for a freelance digital ad salesperson.
A week before rescuers found the crashed Superjet’s flight data recorder on Thursday, Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency claimed that the most plausible cause of the crash was electronic sabotage by the US military.