A Southwest Airlines passenger said she was getting "HEATED" about the delay before the gate agent at Orlando International Airport lightened the mood.
The plane carrying Col. Roy A. Knight Jr. landed at Dallas Love Field Airport, where his son had last waved goodbye to him.
The two planes backed into each other while pushing back from their respective gates on Saturday night. No injuries were reported.
United, American and Southwest have taken Boeing's Max off its schedules through fall as uncertainties over the jets persist.
“Yes, it’s a fish. I know. But dang, it was my pet. And just because it wasn’t a cat or dog, it wasn’t as important?” Lanice Powless told a San Diego station.
The 5-year-old’s mother said that the airline employee also snapped a photo of the girl’s boarding pass and posted it on social media.
Over 1,600 flights had been canceled nationwide as of Sunday evening.
Authorities say Southwest Airlines passenger Bruce Alexander told them the president "says it's OK to grab women by their private parts."
Royal Caribbean reportedly is banning all emotional support animals from its cruise ships.
A woman’s tweets about what she says happened on a flight from Las Vegas to Philly have gone viral.
“She said, well, how do I know that you’re the mother?” Lindsay Gottlieb recalled an airline employee asking her.
Nobody appeared to be injured, but the Federal Aviation Administration said it would be investigating.
The agency has ordered airlines to conduct ultrasonic inspections of the fan blades on hundreds of engines.
"We ... hope you will allow us another opportunity to restore your confidence," a letter from the airline said.
The pilot who calmly landed a stricken airliner this week is one of many women who have owned the skies.
Albuquerque resident Jennifer Riordan's death was ruled accidental. A federal investigation into the in-flight incident is underway.
Passengers praised the skill of Tammie Jo Shults in landing the plane after it lost an engine.
A passenger said the engine "hit a window and busted it wide open."
The passenger claimed she needed to smoke for "the anxiety."