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It’s not exactly like winning the lottery, but boarding passes for some frequent fliers on US Airways, Delta and United airlines will now include a symbol that lets them go through screening faster. The faster screening lines are offered under a...
WASHINGTON — When Congress banned "earmarks" in 2011, House Speaker John Boehner hailed the move as proof that lawmakers were "dead serious" about outlawing pet projects and "ending business as usual in Washington." But new documents show that the...
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The 149 air traffic control towers that were slated to close this summer because of the federal sequestration will remain open until at least September, federal officials said Friday. The Federal Aviation Administration said legislation approved by...
Airline mergers, a deep recession and surging fuel prices have led to sharp cuts in airline service around the country. Hardest hit: medium-size airports. Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, LA/Ontario International Airport and...
This past week, we had the pleasure of working with the fantastic folks at the Bradley airport Transportation Safety Administration customer support office. Due to health issues, we were moving our 97-year-old grandfather (a World War II Navy veteran...
Orange County RegisterSelect international travelers flying into John Wayne Airport can now breeze through customs in a few minutes under the new Global Entry program, which was officially unveiled Tuesday. The biggest wait now is to get approved for the program -- that can...
Tags: Mexico, Canada, Travel, United Air Lines, International Travel
Some U.S. travelers who fly abroad are now eligible to zip through special airport screening lines without removing their shoes, belts and jackets or taking laptops and liquids out of carry-on bags. The Transportation Security Administration announced...
The Kansas City StarKansas Citians are being asked to jilt their beloved KCI. Of course, they're reluctant. The airport's in-and-out convenience born of its unique trio of semi-circular terminals has a solid hold on their hearts. Mine, too. And many think spending $1.2...
You might say airport security is going to the dogs, at least at Miami International Airport. The Transportation Security Administration now is teaming up explosive detection dogs with behavior detection officers to bolster security at the airport....
Tribune reporterUnited Airlines said Friday it has started to reach out to customers that qualify for TSA precheck, an expedited security service that's available to top frequent fliers. Eligible United customers will start to see a check mark -- the TSA precheck...
Star-News, Wilmington, N.C.It is illegal to carry a gun on board an airline flight, but if you forget your Glock is in your carry-on bag and are inevitably stopped at the security checkpoint, you're also in big trouble, according to a Wilmington International Airport official. In...
A week after federal officials launched job furloughs at air traffic control towers, the controllers are back on a regular work schedule -- and airline delays are now caused primarily by severe weather. The number of delays over the week averaged...
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