Have you ever been at the airport and been very upset with your airline? So upset that you said “hey, I better get totally naked right now, my clothes are caging in my rage?” You haven’t? Well one man in Charlotte seems to have decided to do that because his flight was overbooked.
Earlier this summer, England's Prince (and future King) William made news by flying American Airlines from Memphis to Dallas — in coach! On Monday morning, he flew commercial once again, this time on U.S. Airways shuttle from NYC to Washington, DC for a meeting with President Obama.
A Philadelphia-bound U.S. Airways flight had to make an emergency landing in Rome when passengers and crew members began vomiting all over the plane in a scene straight out of your worst nightmare.
Yesterday I took a US Airways flight from Raleigh-Durham to Washington, DC to drive some Hellcats. So far so good, right? Across the aisle from me was a woman, from Boston, who was feeling a bit queasy. She asked the flight attendant for some club soda. They responded by trying to kick her off the plane. Any idea why?
Passengers on a U.S. Airways flight from Portland, Oregon to Charlotte, North Carolina are sharing an outrageous story of disrespect from a flight attendant toward an Army Ranger and combat veteran. He asked to have his "Dress Blues" uniform jacket hung, but the flight attendant refused, citing company policy.
A US Airways plane was sent back to Philadelphia International Airport this morning due to a call reporting a passenger had liquid explosives on board.
This disturbing video shows airline passengers dealing with maggots falling on them from the overhead luggage bins. The creepy insects caused the plane to make an emergency landing earlier this week in what sounds like a horror movie plot.
The pilots of crashed US Airways Express Flight 2495 were talking about Corvettes, Rolls Royces and Jaguars just seconds before an aborted January takeoff in Charleston. Such conversations are expressly forbidden. Here's the transcript.
After the miraculous crash landing of US Airways Flight 1549, the downed Airbus A320 was pulled from the Hudson River. Saturday it was transported through the streets of New Jersey to a storage warehouse. Awesome.