Figures compiled Friday evening indicated that over 800 flights may have been delayed, canceled or diverted to other U.S. airports.
Thieves have a new target when you’re flying and your valuables could be in jeopardy when they’re just a few feet from your seat on the plane.
The FAA has been cutting back personnel for almost a year now and clearly, the sequester date was looming. A lot of things could have been done to prevent it, but they opted to do nothing. The White House, clearly bent on creating suffering among us, joined in the refusal to do something about it and in a matter of hours, tens of thousands of air travelers were stranded and were suffering. Four members of my family got caught in it.
It can be the most dreaded part of the holidays: traveling. But if you haven’t booked your flights yet there might still be time to land a deal.
American Airlines regional carrier, American Eagle, will shut down its Logan Airport operations on November 17.
Are we really any safer today than we were on that fateful day?
WBZ’s Dr. Murray Feingold talks about the safest way for young children to fly.
The head of the TSA says they are working to make screening methods as minimally invasive as possible.
In the nine years since the September 11 attacks, the federal government has spent billions of dollars to tighten airport security. But is air travel in America really any safer?