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Look! Up in the sky! It's a ... space shuttle?
Dublin Airport authorities on Monday said a Delta Air Lines flight made an emergency landing after a bomb threat on board.
Passengers aboard an early morning flight bound from New York to Las Vegas first noticed something wrong when the plane's top pilot came out of the cockpit, didn't close the door and tried to force his way into an occupied restroom.
Passengers onboard a JetBlue flight bound for Las Vegas on Tuesday tackled and restrained the plane's captain after he was locked out of the cockpit by crew members, screamed 'they're going to take us down' and ranted about al Qaeda and a possible bomb onboard, passengers said.
Security screeners at Kennedy International Airport violated procedures this fall when they asked two elderly women to show them medical devices concealed beneath their clothing, senior Homeland Security officials acknowledged in correspondence made public this week.
He was 16 years old, traveling alone, with no friends or family waiting for him in a country where he didn't speak the language. He arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Nov. 4, 2004 at 7 a.m., reciting the exact date and time as though it were yesterday.
Two American hikers being held in an Iranian prison got a big surprise one day after their exercise routine: Instead of being blindfolded and led back to their cell, they suddenly heard the words, "Let's go home."
Two Americans held for more than two years in an Iranian prison on accusations of spying returned to the United States on Sunday, ending a diplomatic ordeal that began with what they called a wrong turn into the wrong country.
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