On Friday night, an aircraft scheduled to take off from New York to Sydney, Australia is expected to be the longest commercial flight ever.
"Southwest employees are known for demonstrating their sense of humor and unique personalities," said a spokesperson for the airline.
Josh Irvine says his dad, John, was "roasting" by the time they got to the security gate at Nice Airport.
Boeing has continued to produce the 737, which was grounded internationally after a series of fatal crashes, forcing the company to get creative.
The passenger recalled panicking, eventually searching for a flashlight to help her open the plane's doors.
"New technology investments have dramatically improved the reservation and check-in process," says J.D. Power's Michael Taylor. "Fleets are newer and travelers generally feel that they are getting great value for their money."
She said the senior captain asked her "how I coped with my husband living away and whether I didn't need to have sex every day."
Singapore Airlines has transformed a New Jersey steel mill into the world's largest vertical farm to provide organic greens for in-flight meals.
The family's luggage, car seat and stroller were not removed from the flight, leaving the family with no clothes.
The flight flew from Boston to Buffalo and back again before passengers finally got on a plane that would take them to L.A.
"A passenger's e-cigarette experienced what is called a thermal runaway event, which resulted in a small fire onboard."
Prabhu Ramamoorthy, who was living in the U.S. on a work visa, will be deported to India after serving his sentence.
A Frontier Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing Friday after passengers began screaming and signaling to the pilot that the engine cover was breaking apart from the plane.
The lawsuit claimed one of the female flight attendants dragged the plaintiff by her scarf down the plane's aisle.
"I'm not going risk my life to catch your flight!" one passenger wrote on Twitter, after Hurricane Lane reached Category 5 in the Central Pacific.
Delany Luh said the experience left her feeling "humiliated, violated, scared and filled with anxiety."
Researchers think the U.S. needs to update its safety practices.