SkyWest Airlines News
Arab-American Family "Seeks Correction Action" After Airplane Removal
An Arab-American family who was removed from an United Airlines flight last month is seeking "corrective action" through the advocacy group, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). The move comes after Eaman-Amy Saad Shebley posted on her Facebook account on March 20 about an altercation
Scare at Airport in Nashville When Flames Shoot Out of Jet
Experts say the incident on a Skywest flight was a tail pipe flame, which is common.
FAA Requires SkyWest to Cap Altitude of Certain Flights
After a Denver to Oklahoma City flight stalled at a high altitude, the Federal Aviation Administration is requiring the carrier to keep certain kinds of aircraft from flying too high.
After Plan Stalls Mid-Flight, FAA Slaps SkyWest with Altitude, Speed Restrictions
The Federal Aviation Administration is slapping SkyWest with speed and altitude restrictions after one of the airline's planes stalled last April. SkyWest –- which partners with carriers like United, Delta, U.S. Airways, and American Airlines –- carried 27.9 million passengers in 2014. The flight
SkyWest Removes a Toddler From a Flight
Airline says it kicked off the toddler and mother as a last resort after asking them to be seated.
Pregnant Mom Booted From Flight Over Crying Toddler
Singer-songwriter Sarah Blackwood of "Walk the Earth" says she was removed from a United Airlines flight because her nearly 2-year-old son was squirming in her lap.
Pregnant Singer Says She Was Booted From United Airlines Flight Over Her Crying Child
Pregnant singer-songwriter Sarah Blackwood of Walk Off the Earth says she was thrown off a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Vancouver because of her crying young son. "When everyone was boarded, my son got very fussy," Blackwood, 34, told ABC News today of the Wednesday afternoon
SkyWest Plane Makes LA Landing With Malfunctioning Landing Gear
Flight crew forced to land without the use of the plane's left landing gear.