Buffalo Niagara International Airport

Buffalo Niagara International Airport

The Buffalo Niagara International Airport is well received by the passengers who use it, according to a study undertaken by J.D. Power.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

An investigation was underway Friday into an early morning crash of a tanker truck that led to a large fuel spill on the grounds of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.

Prior Aviation File Photo

Emergency crews are at work early Friday morning at Prior Aviation.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Business leaders and local elected officials were both celebrating the announcement Monday morning that for the first time in seven years, flights directly to Albany will again be available from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority officials celebrated the first day of service Wednesday by Frontier Airlines at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. The carrier will provide service to four Florida cities while offering passengers to choose and pay based on the level of their needs.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

The Transportation Security Administration's updated rules for passenger carry-on screenings are finally taking effect in Buffalo. On Thursday, TSA officials offered a demonstration of the new rules and what must now be unpacked from carry-on bags during the screening process.

Chris Caya/WBFO News

The Buffalo Niagara International Airport has finally landed a two-year-old program that makes it easier for travelers to get through security.

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It's soon going to be easier to board a plane at Buffalo Niagara International Airport, at least for some.

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A uniformed TSA officer working at the airport has been arrested on drug charges.

FBI: No valid bomb threat on JetBlue flight diverted to Buffalo

Mar 12, 2012

The FBI says there was no valid threat to a Boston-to-Chicago JetBlue flight that landed in Buffalo after a woman called authorities to say a passenger might pose a bomb threat.

Steven Lanser, of the FBI's Buffalo office, says the threat was not real and the incident appears to be the result of a domestic dispute.

A woman in the Boston area called to say there might be a bomb aboard Flight 923. The pilot was told what was happening, but 83 passengers aboard were only told they were diverting to Buffalo-Niagara International Airport.