Mesa Airlines News
Excessive Heat Warnings Issued for LA, Vegas and Phoenix
Excessive heat warnings have been issued for Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Tucson as dangerously high temperatures have forced residents to seek cover from the sun. Monday was expected to be the hottest day of the heat wave, with temperatures likely to top 120 degrees in some areas.
Dangerous Heat Wave in Arizona Disrupts Travel, Daily Activities
Residents from California to New Mexico to Nevada are forced to stay indoors and take precaution from the sun after an intense heat wave is wreaking havoc on communities and businesses. A United Airlines flight operated by Mesa Airlines that was headed to Phoenix on Sunday was forced to return to
United Express Flight Diverted To Dallas Due To 'Pressurization Issue'
A United Express flight was diverted to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Wednesday night after its pilots reported a loss of cabin pressure at an altitude of 30,000 feet, according to the FAA. Flight 6183 -- an Embraer 175 aircraft operated by Mesa Airlines -- was en route to San Antonio,
Plane Goes Off Runway at Buffalo Niagara International Airport; No Injuries Reported
A plane ran off the end of a runway at Buffalo Niagara International Airport late Sunday, but no injuries were reported, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement. United Airlines 3796, a Bombardier CRJ aircraft operated by Mesa Airlines , ran into the grass beyond Runway 32 after it
Nancy Grace, Tristan MacManus Discuss 'Dancing With the Stars' Exit
Nancy interest didn't join us now live in Los Angeles and Nancy good to have you back with us on the show this morning. And and you heard so many people are saying it. You look. Fantastic. What that this experience mean to you and how has it just impacted your life. Well I've got to tell you I'll
Tired Skies: Pilot Fatigue and 'Crash Pads' Threaten The Safety Of Airline Passengers
Hero Pilot Sully Sullenberger: Passengers Deserve Better And It Needs To Be Fixed
DOT Forces More Disclosure by Regional Airlines
The federal government is cracking down on airlines and third-party ticketing sites that make it difficult for travelers to decipher who is really flying their plane. The U.S. Department of Transportation's Aviation Enforcement Office today announced that it is giving airlines and online ticket
Who's Really Flying Your Plane?
Travelers searching airfare booking site CheapOair.com for flights between Newark, N.J. and Buffalo will likely find a non-stop flight at 11:20 a.m. on Continental Airlines. The catch: the trip isn't really on Continental and CheapOair.com never tells customers that. The flight -- on a tiny, often
Lost and Found
As Britney Spears would say, “Ooooops, I did it again”. I’d been up since 430AM and after a long day of shooting, I was settling into seat 10a on my flight from Appleton, Wisconsin to Chicago, Illinois yesterday when it...
Fliers in for pain as airlines pack it in
The USA's air-travel map is shrinking fast, dropping scores of routes and flights that airlines simply can't afford anymore in a world of $130-a-barrel oil. A USA TODAY analysis of fall airline schedules shows the nation's most popular vacation destinations will be among the biggest air-service