Photo shows airport worker punching passenger
Eyewitnesses said the airport worker and the passenger, who was holding a baby, were arguing as EasyJet passengers endured a 13-hour delay for a flight from London from Nice, France.
This is not a typo: Flights to Europe in the fall cost around $300 round trip right now
Not much shocks me when it comes to the air travel industry, but a couple of things happened this past week that made me do a bit of a double-take. One airline plans to drop its baggage fee. And some airlines have flights to Europe in the fall for around $300 round trip. First, the bag fee:
Three U.K. citizens' terror talk causes flight to be grounded
Three British men were detained in Germany late Saturday after allegedly having conversations involving terrorism on board a flight from Slovenia to London. The men were released Sunday, ABC News has learned. Police in Cologne, Germany, where the flight was diverted, released a statement indicating
What to know about the new security rule on some US-bound flights
Passengers flying directly to the United States from several airports in the Middle East will have to stow their laptops, tablets and other large electronics in their checked luggage as a result of a new rule handed down from the Department of Homeland Security . Senior U.S. administration
US Markets Extend Slide as Brexit Fallout Continues
U.S. stocks continued their slide today as investors reacted to more potential fallout from Britain's vote to withdraw from the European Union last week. The Dow Jones dropped 200 points shortly after the opening bell and was down 260 points by the end of trading. All U.S. markets closed in
Germanwings Had No Previous Major Safety Incidents, But Wasn't Without Problems
Unlike its well-established parent company Lufthansa , it hasn't been all smooth sailing for Germanwings since it first took off in 2002. Competing with low-cost European carriers, such as Ireland's Ryanair and the British Easyjet , Germanwings has faced its share of glitches before today's tragic
Olympic Hijack Scare May Fall Into Disturbing Pattern of Drunken Passengers
MOSCOW – If Friday’s Olympic airplane hijacking scare appears to be nothing more than a drunken man on a rampage, but it’s just the latest in a disturbingly common pattern of belligerent alcohol-fueled airplane incidents in this part of the world. Over 24,000 passengers were...
Unruly Naked Passenger Gets Tasered on Tarmac
An EasyJet Traveler Allegedly Threatened The Pilot, Then Undressed At Manchester Airport