Lawyer to United: 'This Case Is About More Than 1 Rabbit'United Airlines hasn't explained why a giant rabbit died after being flown from London to Chicago or why it had the animal cremated within hours of his death.
Senators Agree Airlines Must Improve Treatment of Passengers, EmployeesSen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., said air travelers frequently tell him they "feel like they're being treated as self-loading cargo rather than as valued consumers."
American Airlines Brings Back 'Free Meals' to Some FlightsThe airline said Tuesday that it will offer free in-flight meals to all economy fliers on specific cross-country flights.
Measure Allowing Travelers to Drink at Airport Gates Moves ForwardThe measure would allow drinks from bars and restaurants to be finished elsewhere in the airport.
Boeing T-X Completes First Flight, Validates Design for Air Force RequirementsBoeing and Saab revealed their first two T-X aircraft in September. The second is currently in ground testing and expected to fly in early 2017.
NASA Astronauts Prepare at Lambert for Next Space MissionThe United States hasn't seen a manned launch since Atlantis blasted off on the final space shuttle mission in 2011.
Mid America Airport in Mascoutah to Give Free Florida Trip"They all should show up dressed, ready to travel and put their name in a hat," says Airport Director Tim Cantwell.
LAX Could Keep Inglewood Stadium Proposal GroundedThe FAA has expressed concerns that the stadium would be too close to the LA international airport.
United Airlines Suffers 2nd Major Grounding in Two MonthsHundreds of United Airlines flights were delayed Wednesday after the airline experienced computer problems for the second time in just over a month.
Plane Blows Tires on Lambert RunwayUnited tries to find other flights for Chicago-bound passengers.
Local Aviation Expert Analyzes Missing Plane SagaSLU's Terry Kelly says AirAsia craft needs to be found before hows & whys can be answered
Aberdeen Vets Return Home After 'Amazing Day' in D.C.Toured Arlington Cemetery and met with Sens. Blunt and McCaskill but the day's memorable activities weren't over when they boarded the flight back home.