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A Southwest Airlines passenger said she was getting "HEATED" about the delay before the gate agent at Orlando International Airport lightened the mood.
“Where it came from? No idea,” said passenger Peter Scattini, who says he eventually got a full refund from the airline.
"Our bodies are over sexualized as women and we must ADJUST to make everyone around us comfortable," complained Dr. Tisha Rowe.
"It should be okay to boo people at the airport."
“After we heard the boom we just saw all this smoke come up into the cabin, and that’s when we really started freaking out,” said one passenger.
The government issued a statement Wednesday saying Boeing will need to "mitigate" the issue before the Max 8 jets could be put back in service.
British Airways, KLM and Emirates are among the companies steering clear of the area as tensions run high.
Dramatic footage shows the Myanmar National Airlines jet skidding to a stop on its nose at Mandalay International Airport.
Starting Oct. 1, 2020, everyone has to show an updated driver's license (or other acceptable form of ID) to fly.
If you order coffee on the plane, you're going to want to read this.
Gale, a show dog from the Netherlands, disappeared on Saturday while her crate was being loaded onto a KLM flight.
An airline statement maintains the dog was loaded correctly into the hold, contradicting an earlier report from TMZ.
After President Donald Trump grounded Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 planes, passengers at airports around the country breathed a sigh of relief.
The Saudia Airlines jet had to return to Jeddeh to reunite the woman with her young daughter.
“I can’t sit here because they’re both so big. Left and right. I can’t even sit here,” a woman with a center seat complained.
"Do we have your attention now, Leader McConnell?" the Association of Flight Attendants union said.
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Fewer TSA agents and FAA safety inspectors may put "passengers and airline crews at risk," a pilots union says.
"This shutdown must end now," National Air Traffic Controllers Association President Paul Rinaldi said.