U.S. Probing Possible Airline Collusion That Kept Fares HighThe civil antitrust investigation by the Justice Department appears to focus on whether airlines illegally signaled to each other how quickly they would add new flights, routes and extra seats.
Alarming Report On TSA Screening Methods In Airports Has Homeland Security Officials Calling For ChangeThe head of the TSA has been booted from his job and airport security is getting a reboot.
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.
TSA To Keep Nearly $675K In Unclaimed ChangeA new report reveals airline passengers left behind nearly $675,000 last year.
The Hopper AppThe Hopper app analyzes billions of flight prices to tell you the optimal time to purchase airfare.
Some Seeing Red Over Cancelled Flights Due To Impending Snow StormPhiladelphia International Airport says all US Airways and American Airlines flights are cancelled tomorrow.
How To Survive A Long FlightMake a few plans ahead of time and pack accordingly to ensure you survive your upcoming long flight.
Clouds Delaying Flights In And Out Of PhiladelphiaLow clouds are delaying Christmas Eve flights in and out of Philadelphia International Airport.
TSA: Knitting Needles And Ice Skates OK On Plane, But Fake Saws Should Stay HomeAs the chaotic holiday travel season approaches, the agency wanted to remind the public what carry-on items are no-nos.
3 On Your Side: You May Have To Do Some Digging For Thanksgiving Travel DealsOne of the busiest travel periods of the entire year is just about two weeks away. If you haven't booked Thanksgiving airfare yet, you're not entirely out of luck.
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.
PHL Reminds Residents It Has No Direct Flights From West Africa; Says It Will Continue To Monitor Ebola SituationOn Monday, PHL released a statement that says it “continues to coordinate” with the CDC and U.S. Customs and Border Protection to identify travelers arriving in Philadelphia displaying symptoms of illness.