More than 230 flights at O’Hare International Airport were cancelled after a storm passed through late Sunday morning.
Boeing’s beleaguered 787 could be flying again within a week after federal officials approved a fix for its batteries, even though the root cause of a fire on one plane and smoke on another still isn’t known.
A power outage on Midway’s airfield grounded dozens of flights and hundreds of passengers. The outage lasted for four hours, and CBS 2 learned the delays will be spilling into the weekend.
Gas prices and airfares are higher this year than last, but cost isn’t keeping people home for the holidays.
If you were among more than 600 American Eagle passengers trapped for hours on the tarmac at O’Hare International Airport last Memorial Day weekend, you’re due compensation.
Hurricane Irene has stranded nearly 700,000 air travelers at airports across the country, and now, frustrated passengers – including many at O’Hare International Airport – must wait to be rebooked on flights.
The nation’s airlines slogged through a lot of cancellations in April, hurting their on-time performance.
Southwest Airlines says jetliner inspections will continue Monday and could be finished by late Tuesday.
Flights into and out of Japan slowly returned to their normal schedule over the weekend.
Airlines have resumed operations at O’Hare and Midway international airports Thursday, but there are still more than 1,000 cancellations due to the effects of this week’s blizzard.
The worst of the blizzard is yet to come, but already, airlines have canceled more than 650 flights at O’Hare and Midway international airports.
Another monstrous snowstorm on the East Coast has delayed hundreds of flights at O’Hare International Airport.
Some weary travelers are being forced to call O’Hare International Airport home for the holidays.