An airline flight attendant who had been a vocal critic of the TSA's recent expansion of security checks has resigned.The Seattle-based airline said in a statement on Thursday that flight attendant Amber Lynn Buell resigned after "an extensive review" of her duties, including her interactions with TSA agents."She is proud to have been a valued member of our team, and her continued support of the o...
The first flight from Jordan to Pittsburgh on Sunday arrived without an air host and a passenger, after the pilot lost power in the cabin and crashed into a fence, authorities said.
The plane had flown from Jordan’s airport in Amman to the Pittsburgh International Airport, where it was scheduled to arrive Saturday afternoon, according to the FAA.
The pilot was not injured.
The pilot, identified as a Jordanian Airline employee, was among eight people aboard the plane when it crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, according the National Transportation Safety Board.
The FAA said the pilot had been working as a commercial pilot.
It said the plane was carrying 17 passengers.
The FAA said it had not identified the passengers.
Jordanian Airlines said the crew had been flying the same route since September of last year.
The airline said it is cooperating with authorities.