American Airlines has said of claims the onboard intercom system was broken into: "There is no Wi-Fi component to our PA systems."
"I'm still trying to get some sort of compensation for this nightmare ordeal," said Xavi Santiago in a viral TikTok video.
"That's why you are not supposed to fly in late pregnancy hahaha but [the baby's] name should be Sky," wrote one TikToker.
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"How do you lose an unaccompanied minor?" asked the mother, calling the incident "absolutely unforgivable."
The airport told travelers to allow additional time for travel after they cleared a security threat on Sunday afternoon, and temporarily suspended some service.
This includes Fourth of July weekend, one of the biggest times for air travel in the U.S.
2022 is set to be one of the worst years ever for air passengers as airlines have become "over-zealous" with scheduling.
Johnny Depp's attorney Camille Vasquez became involved in a mid-flight emergency as her flight had to be rerouted back to LAX.
The suggested fines makes up a large chunk of the roughly $2 million in fines the FAA has proposed since the start of this year.
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American will be the last major U.S. airline to resume selling alcohol on flights.
A boy traveling by plane back and forth from Florida to Massachusetts will be able to do so without a mask for at least the next 30 days.
A flight attendant intervened and was able to stop the passenger using a coffee pot before the FBI boarded and removed the passenger.
No injuries were reported after the flight landed in Killeen, Texas, and the plane has been returned to service.
"American Airlines made me feel like my health and safety and that of others with severe food allergies is not important," the woman said.
The flight was diverted after a passenger reportedly made a threatening comment, with the plane met by law enforcement when it eventually landed.
The U.S. said Friday that it was suspending 44 flights from Chinese carriers after China recently suspended 44 U.S. flights over COVID concerns.
A woman in her 40s allegedly refused to follow federal face mask regulations, forcing the plane to turn around about an hour into the flight.
Among the airlines affected was Dubai's Emirates, which said it would suspend flights to nine U.S. destinations from January 19 until further notice.
The Dubai-based airline announced it has suspended flights to nine major U.S. cities until further notice.
Winter storm Izzy has caused travel chaos as wintry weather conditions forced airlines to cancel thousands of flights ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Winter Storm "Izzy" is expected to hit a swath of the country.
"Is it really that unusual if it's all day, every day?," one commenter wrote.
After tussling with the pilot, the passenger attempted to jump out the window of the aircraft.
The woman called out the airline in a Twitter thread for not being able to buy a ticket for her nonbinary child because there were only two gender options.
Airlines were ready for the number of travelers to return to near pre-pandemic levels. What they weren't ready for was the highly contagious Omicron variant.
Today at least 562 flights inside, out of and within the U.S. had been canceled in part due to plane crews coming down with COVID-19.
Over 400 Christmas Eve flights within, into or out of the U.S. have been canceled, according to the latest real-time data from FlightAware.
"An event canceled is better than a life canceled," said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization.