Philadelphia International Airport handles more than 30 million passengers a year, and they all have one thing in common: they want their flights to be on time.
A dating site has ranked the Philadelphia International Airport as one of the top five airports to “hook up.”
Theft on the plane. Eyewitness News uncovered exclusive details about a cleaning crew that police say helped themselves to a passenger’s ID and money.
Chris previews Sunday night’s OSCAR Awards, hosted by Seth McFarlane and continues to analyze the coverage of the sequester debate. He talks to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece to preview Phillies Spring Training, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and Comedian Robert Kelly, who will be appearing at Helium Comedy Club this weekend.
Philadelphia International Airport is reporting delays and cancellations due to the winter storm.
Officials at Philadelphia International Airport are making preparations in advance of tomorrow’s storm. Ground crews are standing by in case they have to clear runways and roads of snow and ice.
Spirit Airlines has announced it will begin daily nonstop flights to Las Vegas from Philadelphia International Airport beginning April 25th.
An exclusive CBS 3 I-Team report first revealed that 38-year-old Jennifer Moore, a mother of two, died after being taken ill in a restroom inside Terminal E at Philadelphia International Airport, even as a Good Samaritan and the victim pleaded with dispatchers to send medics.
The fog has been causing some flight delays at Philadelphia International Airport, where spokeswoman Victoria Lupica says some arriving flights Sunday have been delayed for as much as 2½ hours.
The weather is causing travel delays at Philadelphia International and Lehigh Valley Airports.
The Convention and Visitors Bureau on Wednesday launched an effort to make Philadelphia more of a global destination.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized more than $34,000 in jewelry from an uncooperative couple on Friday.
Kenneth W. Smith, Jr., 26, of Philadelphia, was indicted on Monday in relation to the September 2012 incident.
Normally, bad weather means planes are grounded. But on Monday, the planes at Philadelphia International Airport were gone.
A man who drove an SUV onto a Philadelphia airport runway, forcing a passenger jet on final approach to abort its landing, has been sentenced to 16 months in prison and told to pay $92,000 in restitution.