What's happening in the skies?
- Turkish plane goes around, lands safely
- Norwegian announces flights to the Caribbean
- Worker trapped in cargo hold on Alaska flight
- Copa orders 737 MAX
- American Airlines receives SOC
A Turkish Airlines aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing on Saturday morning, an incident that caused no injuries or deaths.
Norwegian Air Shuttle, the ultra low cost European airline that has angered legacy US carriers, has announced new flights from Europe to the US — via its territories in the Caribbean.
An Alaska Airlines flight was forced to return to Seattle after a worker was trapped in the cargo hold.
A longtime Boeing customer placed an order for more than 60 aircraft, a record deal for its home country, Panama.
Not long after merging its frequent flyer programs, American has taken another step in pushing the US Airways brand away — receiving a single Air Operator's Certificate.
Hawaii is a very popular destination for US travelers, and another airline has decided to carry passengers to the islands later this year.
Allegiant's pilot union, Teamsters, threatened on Thursday to strike for one day later in the week — but the nation's most profitable airline used the law to their advantage.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport was left without power after an Air Canada plane hit power lines in the first few minutes of Sunday.See more...