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  • Southwest, BWI aim for international flights

    Southwest, BWI aim for international flights
    Southwest Airlines and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport are talking about adding overseas flights, perhaps as early as 2015. "International is going to grow at BWI, and it's going to grow with Southwest," said Paul Wiedefeld, the airport's executive...
  • Airbus pushes for 18-inch minimum seat width on jetliners

    Airbus pushes for 18-inch minimum seat width on jetliners
    The airline industry has been packing more passengers into smaller seats over the last few years, and now one of the world's largest jet manufacturers is calling for an end to the crush. Airline seats with less legroom and thinner seat back cushions...
  • 2 killed in jet crash at San Francisco International Airport

    SAN FRANCISCO — An Asiana Airlines jetliner crash-landed at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday, killing two and injuring more than 180, as screaming passengers slid down rescue chutes before flames filled the cabin. Dozens of...
  • San Francisco plane crash: 6 in critical condition at SF General

    San Francisco plane crash: 6 in critical condition at SF General
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Six survivors of the Asiana flight that crashed at San Francisco airport remained in critical condition Saturday night at San Francisco General Hospital.  One child was among those in critical condition. The most serious injuries...
  • Investigation begins into San Francisco plane crash

    Investigation begins into San Francisco plane crash
    SAN FRANCISCO — National Transportation Safety Board investigators arrived late Saturday at San Francisco International Airport to examine the crash of an Asiana Airlines jetliner Saturday that killed two people. Meanwhile, officials said the two...
  • San Francisco plane crash: Two dead were teens from China

    San Francisco plane crash: Two dead were teens from China
    The two passengers who died on the Asiana Airlines flight that crash landed in San Francisco were teenagers from China, a Korean news service agency reported Sunday. The Seoul-based Yonhap News Agency, covering a press conference held by Asiana Airlines...
  • Asiana Airlines president apologizes for S.F. airplane crash

    SAN FRANCISCO — The head of Asiana Airlines apologized Sunday for the weekend plane crash that killed two teenage passengers. "I sincerely apologize over the accident, and to the passengers on board and their families," Yoon Young-doo, Asiana's...
  • S.F. plane crash: Victims identified as 16-year-old Chinese girls

    The two passengers killed in a fiery plane crash in San Francisco were identified Sunday as two 16-year-old Chinese girls who may have been part of a group coming to the United States for summer camp.    Asiana Airlines identified the victims as Wang...
  • Airport equipment was out of service when plane crashed in S.F.

    Airport equipment was out of service when plane crashed in S.F.
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Federal investigators are trying to determine whether a piece of airport equipment out of service Saturday played any role in the crash of the Asiana Airlines jet at San Francisco International Airport, killing two passengers.   The...
  • State officials push for $125 million BWI expansion project

    State officials push for $125 million BWI expansion project
    The O'Malley administration is launching a three-year, $125 million construction project that will set the table for more international flights from BWI Marshall Airport. The plans appear to dovetail with the likely move of the airport's largest...
  • Activists persuade Fort Lauderdale air service to refuse to ship research monkeys

    Activists persuade Fort Lauderdale air service to refuse to ship research monkeys
    A Fort Lauderdale air charter company on Friday cancelled plans to fly a shipment of monkeys into the United States for scientific research after a campaign by animal rights groups in Florida and Great Britain. IBC Airways had planned to bring African...