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How to Make the Airlines Pay Attention When They Screw Up
California Congresswoman Janice Hahn told the Los Angeles Times she thinks it's too difficult for the average Joe to file complaints about airline screw-ups and wants to streamline the process. She has a point, but a bigger issue might be: Does complaining do any good? Yes and no. The good news is
Haven't Left Yet? What You Need To Know Before Your Holiday Travel
Many may dub this week “the most wonderful time of the year,” but those taking to U.S. skies and roads may have a different opinion. Travelers through U.S. airports can expect a small increase in passengers this holiday season, about 3 percent according to an industry trade group, Airlines for
Congested Roads and Airports for Holiday Travel
Let's talk holiday travel. You're looking live at the highway in Miami already very slow going there. The roads and the airports will be absolutely packed today and for many, it's been messy. Thousands of flights delayed or canceled on Wednesday and doze in. S more already. Alex Perez has that
Air Traffic Control 'Staffing Crisis' Could Lead to Flight Delays , Union Warns
With the number of fully certified air traffic controllers at a 27-year low, the nation's flight grid is severely understaffed, and if left unchecked, could lead to delays nationwide, the Air Traffic Controllers' union warned during a round table in Washington Tuesday. Though the safety of the
Computer Glitch Grounds American Airlines Flights in Three Major Cities
American Airlines flights were grounded at Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago O’Hare, and Miami this afternoon following a "computer issue," the Federal Aviation Administration said. American Airlines requested the stop for all traffic coming in and out of those three airports, according to the FAA. “We’re
FAA Investigates Major Computer Glitch That Delayed Flights
Officials look to find the cause of the problem that led to a travel nightmare for thousands of airline passengers.
FAA System Issue Causes Flight Delays at Northeast Airports
A potentially major computer glitch could continue to cause massive delays for some airline travelers.
FAA System Back in Service After Air Traffic Center Problem Delays Flights
A system operated by the Federal Aviation Administration was back in service this afternoon after it experienced a problem earlier in the day that caused flight delays throughout the Northeast. The FAA said it was "working with the airlines to return to normal operations, and expects to lift any
United Airlines Flights Temporarily Grounded Nationwide Over 'Automation Issues,' FAA Says
United Airlines flights were temporarily halted nationwide this morning after the FAA said a computer glitch -- something it called "automation issues” -- that forced planes to be grounded. The FAA’s Air traffic Control System Command Center reported that planes were grounded at all airports, but
United Airlines Flights Cleared for Takeoff After Early Morning Computer Glitch
United Airlines flights were halted nationwide Wednesday morning after the FAA said "automation issues" impacted the airline's computer systems.