Delta, American And United Ban Hoverboards As A Fire DangerDelta Air Lines, American Airlines and United Airlines said Thursday they are banning hoverboards in checked or carry-on luggage.
Watch Where You Point That LaserBecause it's a violation of federal law, the FAA requires pilots in the US to report any laser aimed at their aircraft. In 2014, they reported almost 4000.
Airline Passengers Not Satisfied Nor ProtectedAirline customers who have flights cancelled or significantly delayed should be aware that the law doesn’t really protect you.
Popular Airline To Offer Roomier, More Comfortable Seats Starting In 2016It's a welcome move. Just a few days ago, a new survey claimed flying is only getting worse.
3 On Your Side: Virgin America Takes Top Spot In Airline RatingsSo you think that air travel is getting worse? Well researchers who track the airline business, say that it's a fact! 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at the latest airline quality report that gives low marks across the board.
3 On Your Side: Majority Of Travelers Frustrated When FlyingAirlines have found plenty of creative ways to charge more fees over the last few years, and most passengers aren't happy with them. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim finds, another fee could be going up, and it's one fee that all air travelers have to pay.
When On Time Is Too Late For Your AirlineHow early do you have to get to your flight before the airline can give away your seat?
How To Fit Everything Under The SeatAvoid paying a carry-on fee by following these helpful tips.
PHL: One Of The Worst Airports In The Country? Despite noting its free Wi-Fi, “decent variety of restaurants” and even available sleep suites, one travel website thinks so.
3 On Your Side: Loyalty Programs Offering More Experience-focused Rewards3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, now companies are stepping up the game with rewards that go way beyond a room or a seat.
British Airways Suspends All Flights To 2 African Countries Stricken By EbolaOn Tuesday, the company announced on its website that it would be discontinuing flights to and from both Liberia and Sierra Leone until Aug. 31st, 2014.
All 3 U.S. Airlines Serving Israel Will Resume Flights TodayUnited Airlines was the first to announce the resumption of flights. The decision came hours after the Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban on U.S. flights in and out of Israel