Southwest Airlines refused to let a family board their return flight home to Des Moines, Iowa because their five-year-old son, who has autism, struggled with wearing his mask.
Over the past few years, a number of superstitious citizens have been arrested for throwing coins at planes for good luck.
The CDC has warned that "even fully vaccinated travelers are at increased risk for getting and possibly spreading new COVID-19 variants."
The fight reportedly broke out on Tunisair flight TU216 when passengers had a disagreement over storing their carry-ons. The argument soon escalated into a violent confrontation.
A cat that boarded a Tarco Airlines plane was apparently displeased in the cockpit of a plane thousands of miles in the air, headed to Qatar.
The airline received a barrage of criticism and accusations after canceling a flight on Sunday from Miami to New York.
The trade group Airlines for America said a number of airlines would voluntarily pass passenger details to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport closed the airport on Monday and won't reopen until Tuesday.
The CDC previously implemented a COVID-19 testing requirement for all international travelers flying into the U.S.
The airline rejected the passenger's own test results before giving her new results without performing a test.
Biden will sign an order Thursday requiring those in airports, airplanes, ships, intercity buses, trains and public transportation to wear a face mask while travelling.
The "No Fly List" is a subset of the government's Terrorist Screening Database, also known as the "Terrorist Watchlist."
Last week, Delta Air Lines removed two "unruly'' passengers traveling from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to Minneapolis, according to a spokesperson for the airline.
The man had a "toddler level meltdown" because he was told to wear a mask, according to a TikTok user who shared the video.
"I think the flying public, with a lot of justification, is taking a wait-and-see attitude on the performance and safety of the aircraft," an expert told Newsweek. "I don't think that's a PR problem – it's a real problem."
The child refused to wear a mask following repeated attempts by her father to put the face-covering on his daughter's face.
The policy applies to customers who bought tickets on or after April 1, 2020, and who are looking to swap over to a flight of equal or less value.
Millions of Americans are sticking to their travel plans to see family over the holiday as COVID cases continue to hover around 200,000 a day.
Public health experts had advised the American people not to travel for Thanksgiving where possible.
Health officials gave their strongest advisory yet against traveling for the holiday. Read here if you need to change flight plans.
All 837 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft tin service were grounded by the FAA on March 18, 2019, after two deadly crashes. It was the longest mass-grounding of an aircraft in U.S. aviation history—some 20 months. Now, Boeing announced this week the 737 MAX may be recertified for commercial service.
Demand for air travel collapsed during the coronavirus pandemic, devastating the airline industry – and, paradoxically, creating an opportunity for Southwest Airlines to expand operations in Chicago and Houston.
Although the baby boy was born prematurely, he and his mother are said to be doing just fine.
"Flights to Nowhere" emerges as a trend for those missing the in-flight experience, but are not ready to pack their bags just yet.
Instagram user Rylie Lansford shared a video of the incident on her page as well as an explainer as to what happened prior to the fight breaking out.
A bystander captured the altercation on video, which begins with the woman shouting at the employee and telling them: "We're not leaving."
While speaking with Fox 32 News in Chicago, Zana Shelton, the boy's mother, explained that her son, Cebastian Lewis, suffers from autism and was unable to keep his mask on during a four-hour Spirit Airlines flight from Las Vegas, Nevada, back to Chicago.
A large European airline will need further government loans to survive, Norwegian's CEO announced.
A missile explosion sent shrapnel into the aircraft, which likely disrupted the plane's recorders, the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran claimed.