Woman Given $10,000 Voucher To Get Bumped From FlightThe woman was on her way to Austin for a bachelorette weekend with friends.
Judge Orders Review Of Airline Seat Sizes, LegroomFlyers' Rights says small airlines seats can put people's health at risk with conditions like blood clots in legs.
Know Your Rights As An Airline PassengerThe U.S. Department of Transportation is investigating the way a passenger was dragged off a United Airlines flight.
4 Things To Know: Berlin Attack Manhunt, NC 'Bathroom Bill' Remains Law & MoreFrom the manhunt underway in Germany to North Carolina's "bathroom bill" remaining law, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Dec. 22.
Dept. Of Transportation Considering Allowing Calls During FlightsThe government is proposing that airlines let passengers make phone calls during flights using Wi-Fi.
Cancellations, Delays & Babies, Oh My... Study Lists Air Travel Pet PeevesThere are plenty of things that can get on your nerves when you're flying. However, a new survey reveals travelers biggest pet peeves.
Fall Travel Season Kicks Off With 'Cheap Flight Day'"Cheap Flight Day" is here, which means it is time to start planning that vacation.
Skiplagged Website Claims To Find Cheap Airfare With 'Hidden City Ticketing'If you've been watching airfare to get the best price on your summer vacation plans, travel experts say there is a website you need to try.
MSP Airport To Open New Security Checkpoint To Ease CongestionTravelers will soon have only two security areas to choose from. But there will be more screening lanes at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The new checkpoint will be open in time for spring break travel.
Good Questions: Fountain Money, Car Seats & MoreEvery Friday, Heather Brown looks at some of your Good Questions that didn't get turned into a full segment. This week, she's looking into the language of pilots, the shelf life of car seats, and the fate of all those pennies you've tossed into the Mall of America's fountains.
Real ID Act Requirements Pushed Back 2 More YearsFliers who don't have the latest driver's licenses will have a two-year reprieve before their IDs are rejected at airport security checkpoints. Many travelers had been worried that the Transportation Security Administration would penalize them because of a federal law requiring newer, more-stringent IDs at the start of this year.