When To Start Booking Flights: Airfares On The Rise But Expected To Fall By End Of YearWith travel rules in the United States starting to relaxing, when is the right time to start booking flights?
More Than 600 Chicago Flights Canceled Due To Heavy RainHeavy rain caused by severe weather has delayed more than 600 flights at Chicago airports Monday.
TSA Screener Sick-Outs Hit 10 Percent Over Holiday WeekendSunday's 10 percent absence rate indicates that more than 3,000 airport screeners missed work. TSA has 51,000 screeners, and a spokesman said that about 33,000 work on any given day.
Today Is The Busiest Day For Holiday Airport TravelMore than 300,000 people are expected at Chicago’s airports.
Passengers Cool Their Jets At O'HareThe snow is creating travel headaches for people out flying in and out of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
Thanksgiving Among Busiest Airport Travel Days? Not Even CloseContrary to popular belief, the Thanksgiving holiday is not the busiest travel time at O'Hare or Midway airports.
Storms Impact Chicago AirportsA severe thunderstorm watch was in effect through 8 p.m. Wednesday for northern Illinois.
'Such a Mess!' O'Hare and Midway Travelers Voice FrustrationPeople stuck in these long lines sound off.
More Than 220 Flights Canceled Saturday Because Of East Coast StormMore than 220 flights were canceled at Chicago airports Saturday morning because of the large snow storm that hit the East Coast over the weekend.
Chicago Ordinance Would Require Breast-Feeding Rooms At AirportsThe move could help make Chicago the nation's "most breast-feeding friendly" city, one alderman says.
Storms Cause More Than 100 Flight CancellationsAirlines had cancelled more than 100 flights O’Hare International Airport, where flights were also experiencing hour-long delays, the city’s Department of Aviation said.
In Span Of Days, Three Gun-Toting Suspects Stopped In Chicago AirportsThree different men were allegedly caught with guns in their carry-on bags within a span of a few days at Chicago’s two airports.
Brian Howard Was High Before Setting Radar Center Fire, Sources Say The man who allegedly sabotaged the air traffic navigation center in Aurora has admitted that he was high when he decided to set the fire to computer server racks in the building's basement and shutting down flight operations at Chicago's two major airports.
Suspect In Air-Traffic Disaster Apologizes Online For 'Leaving Big Mess'Brian Howard was charged in federal court with one count of destruction of aircraft or aircraft facilities, the FBI said in a news release.
Shutdown Of Chicago Airports Creates Woes For TravelersCBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez talked with some of the stranded passengers.