Some passengers flying out of Metro Airport were looking to rebook flights. Delta issues weather waiver as airlines cancel hundreds of flights and urge travelers to rethink their plans.
The nation’s biggest flight attendant union lost its all-or-none fight to cover those workers at Delta Air Lines on Wednesday, a stunning defeat in an industry where heavy union representation is the norm.
President Barack Obama declared Friday that authorities had uncovered a “credible terrorist threat” against the United States following the overseas discovery of U.S.-bound packages containing explosives aboard cargo jets.
A judge ordered a Michigan man held on $25,000 bail after he allegedly tried to board an airplane in Chicago with a loaded handgun.
Airline flight delays cost passengers more than inconvenience — $16.7 billion more — according to a study delivered to the Federal Aviation Administration.
Delta Air Lines Inc. said Friday that it is adding back 1,000 flight attendants, including recalling 425 who were on a voluntary furlough.
Southwest’s decision to buy AirTran will mean more routes and fewer delays and cancellations in small cities but higher fares in the Northeast and perhaps the end of the super-low sale fare.
Shareholders of United’s parent company and Continental Airlines are voting on a deal that would create the world’s biggest airline.
It’s business as usual at Metro Airport right now — but that could change for the Labor Day weekend for the dozens of flights to the Eastern seaboard.
Delta Air Lines reversed a second-quarter loss with with what it says is its largest quarterly profit in a decade thanks to strong passenger revenue.