The debacle cancelled hundreds of flights in Atlanta. While Southwest is offering to reimburse travelers for most hotel and food costs they’ve racked up, airlines in the US are not required to do that by law. Days of issues have prompted renewed calls for passenger rights.
ABC News’ Mola Lenghi reports from Denver International Airport, a Southwest Airlines hub, where passengers are stranded after hundreds of flights were canceled on Tuesday.
The ‘Great Lake Jumper’ is continuing a tradition by jumping into Lake Michigan — despite the arctic weather.
It’s a mean one: a monster winter storm is bearing down on a large swath of the country just as families head home. ABC News’ Sam Sweeney breaks down where the impacts are the worst.
When a Frontier Airlines flight from Orlando to Knoxville was canceled at the last minute, 13 stranded strangers decided to rent a van to get to their destination. Instead of memorizing all 13 names, they were each assigned a number to ensure no one would accidentally be left at a rest stop. It was an exhausting journey through the night but they finally made it to Knoxville about 12 hours later. Now these strangers are already planning a reunion.
Frequent fliers rejoice: American Airlines is bringing back nonstop flights between Columbia and New York.