Pittsburgh Airport To Allow Non-Fliers Past SecurityA Pennsylvania airport is about to become the first U.S. airport to allow non-fliers past security since 9/11.
Pilot Urges Prayers As 'Technical Issue' Forces TurnaroundAn AirAsia X flight to Malaysia from Perth, Australia, was forced to turn back Sunday after the twin-aisle Airbus A330-300 aircraft began shaking due to what the airline called a "technical issue."
Philly Announces First Ever Direct Flights To IcelandYou can now fly directly from Philadelphia to Iceland for the next few months at least.
10 Airports Testing Extra Screening For Tablets and E-ReadersTen U.S. airports are testing enhanced security screening that requires passengers to send any electronics bigger than a cellphone through the X-ray machine in a separate bin.
Airline Passenger Satisfaction Keeps Improving Despite Recent Incidents: StudyA new independent survey shows passenger satisfaction is at an all-time high.
Lawmakers To Airlines: Improve Service Or Congress Steps In The chief executive of United Airlines apologized Tuesday on Capitol Hill for an incident in which a passenger was dragged off a flight, calling it "a mistake of epic proportions" as frustrated lawmakers warned airline executives to improve customer service or face congressional intervention.
Electronics Banned From Cabins On Some Middle Eastern And African Flights To U.S.Travelers on direct flights from those countries are now banned from carrying-on electronic devices larger than a cell phone.
CBS 3 Gets Rare Access Into Life-Saving 21-Day Flight Attendant Training ProgramFrontier Airlines allowed CBS 3 unprecedented access to their 21-day flight attendant training facility in Denver.
Southwest Airlines Donates 10,000 Roundtrip Flights to Benefit Families In NeedSouthwest Airlines says they will donate 10,000 roundtrip flights this year to benefit families who need to travel for specialized medical care.
PA Drivers License May Soon Not Be Enough To Get You On A PlaneThe feds have warned the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that drivers licenses do not meet the standards set up by Homeland Security.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | June 17Chris discussed city council passing a soda tax, coffee possibly causing cancer and the varying opinions regarding gun control from Sen. Pat Toomey and Sen. Ted Cruz. Chris spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the soda tax at 7:00 and actor & comedian Jonathan Kite regarding his success at 7:20. Chris also spoke with Michelle Minton, a fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, about Philadelphia's soda tax at 8:20.
Senator Suggests New Plan To Ease Long Security Lines At AirportIt’s the new normal in air travel, long lines at airports across the United States.