The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident reported by two airline pilots.
Newsweek talks to Kellee Edwards, a licensed pilot, expert scuba diver and a solo explorer who is changing the face of adventure, landing the distinction of being the first Black woman to host her own travel TV series.
Masks, hospital-grade air filters and even some reduced prices have not brought travelers back onboard flights, airline industry experts say.
Though many are still uncomfortable flying, those in less risky areas are beginning to come around to the idea.
The Midwest is the latest region to get a flyover salute from the Navy's flight demonstration team.
Apparently, the RHOC star might have the virus, too.
Traveler numbers have plummeted since President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on March 13.
The attorney general of New York is already locked in numerous fights with President Trump over various administration policies.
Health officials across five U.S. states warned people infected with measles that they could be prevented from traveling on planes.
"We urge you to take the necessary steps to immediately end the shutdown of government agencies that is affecting the safety, security and efficiency of our national airspace system."
"Sharks are being lifted out of the Atlantic Ocean and dumped into the storm because it's so strong."
Researchers think the U.S. needs to update its safety practices.
Sudden high-speed winds in Commerce City, Colorado, knocked down tents and blew port-a-potties throughout the sky in video that has since spread rapidly across social media.
About one in five people have a fear of flying. This might be why.
Dexter didn't make it on the plane, and neither will fake service animals.
Assessment of 63 protected areas shows dramatic decline that cannot be explained through natural means.
After reportedly beating an Air India staff member so hard that he fell down, Ravindra Gaikwad was banned from five Indian airlines.