Man Arrested For Alleged Racist Rant On DC To Atlanta Flight A passenger on a Delta flight that took off from Reagan National Airport ended up in handcuffs, after allegedly going on a racist tirade mid-air.
TSA Expecting Record-Setting Crowds During Thanksgiving TravelAirlines and the TSA are not just expecting big crowds, but record setting crowds during this year's Thanksgiving travel.
Maryland Delegation Asks For National Airport Noise StudyMembers of Congress from Maryland and other local leaders are calling for a study of noise levels from planes flying to and leaving Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Gunman's Path To D.C. Emerges But Questions Still Remain Through a wall at his Rhode Island hotel, Aaron Alexis could hear them -- voices harassing him, wanting to harm him. He couldn't sleep. He believed people were following him, using a microwave machine to send vibrations to his body.
Study: Travel Times To D.C.-Area Airports IncreasingA new study shows that driving to each of the airports in the Washington region takes longer than it did eight years ago.
Airports Authority Chooses Ex-Postmaster To Be CEOThe board that oversees two Washington-area airports has selected former Postmaster General John Potter as its new president and chief executive.
FBI: No Explosives Found On Plane At ReaganNo explosives were found aboard a plane that landed in Washington Sunday after someone made a bomb threat at an airport ticket counter in Ohio, an FBI spokesman said.
FAA To Make More Changes In Wake Of Sleeping Air Traffic ControllersThere's a big shake-up at the Federal Aviation Administration in the wake of air traffic controllers falling asleep while on duty. Now the chief who oversees the nation’s air traffic system has resigned.
Irish Dancers At 2 D.C.-Area AirportsTravelers headed to two Washington area airports will be getting a taste of Ireland, no matter what their final destination.
D.C.-Bound Plane Loses Radio Contact, Pilot ErredA passenger plane briefly lost radio contact with air traffic controllers when the pilot turned to the wrong frequency as he approached Washington, leading to the scrambling of fighter jets and the evacuation of the U.S. Capitol, federal officials said Saturday.