US Airways News
EgyptAir Flight Disappears From Radar
The Airbus A320, flight 804 from Paris to Cairo, had 66 people on board, including seven crew and three security personnel.
US Air Marshal Reportedly Removed From Plane
The air marshal on the Los Angeles-bound flight was accused of being intoxicated.
Defeating ISIS: An Exclusive Look at What's Next for U.S. Troops in Iraq
Major General Gary Volesky, Commander of the 101st Airborne Division, has completed three tours of Iraq since 2004, but he says his latest deployment is a very different battle from the rest. “It is a different enemy,” he told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz from al Asad airbase in western Iraq. “This
Life of a Bernie Sanders Campaign Reporter: 'Hurry Up and Wait'
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks reveals what happens behind the scenes with press, secret service and transportation as reporters wait for their assigned candidate.
What Airline Mergers Mean for Travelers
Where have all the airlines gone? Some went out of business in the dark days of Great Recession . Beginning in 2008, U.S. carriers like Aloha, Skybus, ATA and more all called it quits. Others have been devouring each other; in the past eight years alone, we’ve seen Delta ’s takeover of Northwest,
US Military and Diplomatic Families Ordered to Leave Southern Turkey
The Pentagon and State Department have ordered the departure of military and diplomatic families from southern Turkey for what U.S. European Command calls "continued security concerns in the region." The mandatory departure of these American families comes on the same day the State Department
How Loyalty Points Programs Could Be Impacted in Starwood-Marriott Merger
Marriott and Starwood customers will soon get some clarity about their loyalty hotel points after the two hotel giants agreed to merge. Marriott International announced today that it signed a deal to acquire Starwood Hotels for $13.6 billion, creating the world's largest hotel company. The news
Flight Crew Grabbed Ice Hammer, Hot Coffee Pot, Because of Unruly Passenger
Crew members on a U.S. Airways flight were set to subdue an unruly passenger with an ice hammer, a pot of hot coffee and plastic handcuffs, officials said Friday. Joseph Wayne Lynch II, who also falsely claimed to be a Green Beret, was convicted this week of interfering with the flight crew aboard
Index: 'Rocky' Actor Tony Burton Dies
To the index of other news tonight starting with a dangerous fire sparked by a hover board look at this this video captured on a home security camera. The fireball when the hover board batteries explode huge flames ripping through the home that's north of Chicago. And look at this little girl got