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Passengers say JetBlue removed them from flight after 1-year-old kicked seat
JetBlue is disputing family members' characterization of an episode that prompted their removal from a June 21 flight and said it is considering barring them from flying with the airline.
Family says JetBlue removed them from flight after 1-year-old kicked seat
JetBlue is disputing a family's characterization of an incident that prompted their removal from a June 21 flight and the airline says it is considering banning the family from flying with them. Through a press release from their attorney, Tamir Raanan and Mandy Ifrah said they were returning home
Hawaiian, Delta and Alaska top on-time ratings for airlines
Here are the government's rankings of the leading U.S. airlines and their on-time performance for May. The federal government counts a flight as on time if it arrives no more than 14 minutes behind schedule. 1. Hawaiian Airlines, 89.7 percent 2. Delta Air Lines , 82.8 percent 3. Alaska Airlines,
Woman with Alzheimer's left at wrong gate at Boston airport
A Florida woman visiting her grandchildren missed her flight home after being left at the wrong gate at a Massachusetts airport
Face scans for US citizens flying abroad stir privacy issues
Trump administration plans to require all U.S. citizens flying abroad to submit to face scans worries privacy advocates; No guarantee that the data won't eventually be retained in databases searchable by law enforcement, intelligence agencies.
JetBlue flight forced to make emergency landing in due to smoke in the cockpit
Passengers were evacuated by emergency chutes when the plane en route to Florida landed in Charleston, South Carolina.
JetBlue flight makes emergency landing in South Carolina
Passengers and crew noticed smoke halfway through the flight, leading to an emergency landing in Charleston.
Passengers evacuate JetBlue plane amid emergency
Passengers evacuated via emergency slides after a JetBlue flight made an emergency landing in Charleston, South Carolina, amid reports of smoke in the cabin.
Trump's changes to Cuba policy could make travel more difficult
President Donald Trump’s changes to U.S. policy on Cuba could have a chilling effect on some travel to the Caribbean nation, some experts say. Americans can no longer travel to Cuba with a simple “honor pledge,” Trump announced today. Instead, most Americans must now travel with a tour group and
President Trump announces changes to Obama's Cuba policy
And good afternoon the president president crop and the vice president of traveling along with him are in. Miami Florida at this moment they flew there earlier today were the president. That's going to be announcing. The new US policy toward Cuba including some. Major changes in the travel policy