The chief of U.S. airport security has been ousted amid widespread complaints from airline passengers about hours-long waits to get through security checkpoints at some of the country’s busiest airports.
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Search crews have found human remains, along with the personal belongings of passengers from EgyptAir Flight 804, but are still searching for the bulk of the wreckage.
An EgyptAir flight that disappeared en route to Cairo from Paris has crashed into the Mediterranean sea, but authorities have not determined if a mechanical failure or terrorist attack is to blame.
The first passenger flight took off from the airport in Brussels where suicide bombers carried out a deadly attack nearly two weeks ago.
The man who hijacked an Egyptian passenger jet and forced it to land in Cyprus has now been arrested, according to Cyprus officials.
Russian state television has aired a transcript of the final words of the pilots trying to land a doomed Dubai passenger jet last week in southern Russia.
At least three explosions rocked Brussels Tuesday morning – two at the airport and one at a metro station in the heart of the capital, with local media reporting at least 13 dead and 35 others injured in the airport blasts. Footage showed people fleeing the Zaventem airport, as a…
In Brussels, the Associated Press is reporting that several people have been injured in an explosion at a subway station near the European Union’s main headquarters.
The United States and Cuba signed a deal Tuesday that allows U.S. commercial airlines to make up to 110 daily flights to the communist island, the most significant new business link between the two countries since the end of their five-decade Cold War-era hostilities.
Somali militant group Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the bomb blast aimed at bringing down a Somali airliner earlier this month.