NBC's Ann Curry and former NTSB crash expert Greg Feith discuss why evidence shows the missing Malaysia Airlines didn't explode.
NBC's Ann Curry and former NTSB crash expert Greg Feith discuss the missing Malaysian jet, and take viewer questions during a half-hour questions and answer session.
American Airlines recently merged with U.S. Airways, which does not offer bereavement fares.
The new rules reward business travelers, who often pay the highest fares.
The tide seems to be turning for the Arizona bill that would allow anyone in business to refuse service to others on the basis of religious beliefs.
The Orlando International Airport becomes the first in the country to use self-service biometric kiosks for customs. WESH's Greg Fox reports.
The Department of Homeland Security is asking airlines that fly to the U.S. to pay extra attention to passenger shoes.
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania s largest city, is host to a vibrant, wide-ranging music scene.
The name and logo of the former airline has been bought by a group of investors who plan to start up a new Miami-based operation.
The extreme cold is bringing hazardous travel conditions that are already turning deadly in some places.
Two downtown Las Vegas casinos will begin accepting the digital currency. Venise Toussaint reports.
Forecasters are now predicting the northeast will plummet into a deep freeze.
The Canadian company is cutting hundreds of jobs in both Canada and the United States in order to make new investments in its commercial and business jets.
Five flight attendants were injured when turbulence hit a United Airlines 777 flying from Newark to Beijing.
Five years after Captain Sully s emergency landing on the Hudson River, the plane s pilots and some of their passengers returned to the place they were all rescued.
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