Snake on a Plane: Reptile Gives Passengers Mid-Flight Scare
A snake gave passengers on a commercial flight in Mexico quite the s-s-scare on Sunday. Video captured by Indalecio Medina shows the serpent slithering from the ceiling near an overhead luggage compartment before partially dropping into the cabin of the Aeroméxico flight. The scene garnered plenty
Sikh Actor and Model Waris Ahluwalia Barred From Aeromexico Flight Over Turban
Sikh actor and designer Waris Ahluwalia remains in Mexico City, a day after he says he was barred from boarding an Aeromexico flight to New York for refusing to remove his turban in public during a security screening. "Good morning from Mexico City. On this day, and each day hereafter we must
Red Bulls Coach Murder Suspect Flees U.S.: Police
NYPD says Orlando Orea, 32, flew to Mexico City after allegedly killing Michael Jones.
Criticism of Delta unfair, some travel industry experts say
Some travel industry experts say Delta Air Lines is being treated unfairly — and is the victim of misinformation — because of its pending marketing alliance with Saudi Arabian Airlines. Delta was criticized by some Jewish and Christian leaders Thursday after a Religion News Service story hit the
Where's Paco? Dog Lost on Flight, Delta Offers $200
Doggone Mystery of Missing Pooch Checked Into Cargo Hold on Flight Home from Mexico
Don't Let Your Frequent Flier Miles Expire
While there's a burgeoning branch of the frequent flier family that grumpily mutters "Good riddance" when their miles expire, they're still a small if vocal minority. For most, the loss of frequent flier miles is emotionally equivalent to losing a wad of cash. Or to having their pockets picked.
Daughter's Turn at Air Traffic Control
Was not just the but the daughter to this morning in New York Daily News is reporting that air traffic controller is Glenn Duffy. He's been suspended as has been his supervisor of the question this morning. Was this really all uncalled for or has there been an overreaction. That's the debate now
Kid Controller Controversy: Boy Directs JFK Air Traffic
JFK airport is one of the largest airports in the country, handling a thousand takeoffs and landings a day. But at approximately 8 pm on the evening of Feb. 16 a child was caught on tape in the control tower directing air traffic and giving instructions to pilots. "Jet Blue 171, clear for takeoff,"