Spirit Airlines is being sued in Miami over a so-called “passenger usage fee” which runs $16.
Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia is in talks to buy Jat Airways from the Serbian government and plans to build a European hub in Belgrade.
The Transportation Security Administration says it will fire 25 screeners and suspend another 19.
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A fuel pump operator at Chicago’s Midway Airport allegedly stole 500 ft of copper from a runway and sold it to a scrap yard.
A Greek air traffic control radar was knocked offline when a child’s helium-filled balloon floated into power lines and cut power.
Turbulent skies over the US on Thursday injured four flight attendants on three separate flights.
TSA has relaxed their outright ban on snow globes in carry-ons, but a snow globe expert says not so fast.
A British boy and his dad are seeking an alternate route home after the child became acutely terrified of flying.
A priest allegedly expelled from the church over sex abuse accusations has shifted to a similarly divine career.
The busiest single-runway airport in the United States gets some creative planespotting treatment from filmmaker Cy Kuckenbaker.
All 348 police officers assigned to Mexico City International Airport have been reassigned two months after a deadly shooting.