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  • New airlines landing at MIA soon

    New airlines landing at MIA soon
    Miami International Airport will welcome two new international carriers in coming months, airport officials announced this week. InselAir Aruba will launch new service between Oranjestad, Aruba and Miami, starting April 11. The flights will operate...
  • 'Airline Passenger Bill of Rights 2.0': A good start

    'Airline Passenger Bill of Rights 2.0': A good start
    Flyersrights.org, a leading consumerist organization for airline passengers, published a proposed updated "bill of rights" that it is urging upon the Department of Transportation and Congress. Although some of its 30 points are toothless -- as are any...
  • North Pole fantasy flight lifts spirits of ill and disabled children [Column]

    On a Saturday morning in December, well before the sun was up, 3-year-old Bobby Mercado was up and ready to go. His destination: the North Pole. First came the long drive to Washington Dulles International Airport, a ride which, despite light traffic,...
  • Machinists union local set to vote on Boeing contract

    SEATTLE — Waving angry signs and clenched fists, several hundred union members rallied Thursday afternoon for a vote against a contract that would cut their benefits but guarantee that Boeing Co. builds its latest wide-body jet in the Puget Sound...
  • Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac got $7.9 billion in bank settlements in 2013

    WASHINGTON --  Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac collected $7.9 billion from large financial institutions to settle suits over bad mortgage-backed securities purchased by the seized housing finance giants during the subprime housing boom, their federal regulator...
  • Corporations lead taxpayers to the shearing

    Corporations lead taxpayers to the shearing
    Here's a business practice likely to keep booming in 2014: corporate extortion. We don't mean extortion of corporations, as is practiced by Somali pirates or entrepreneurial Russians. We mean extortion by corporations. In this field the victims are...
  • Boeing machinists union votes on contract to build 777X jetliner

    Boeing machinists union votes on contract to build 777X jetliner
    EVERETT, Wash. -- The union hall closest to Boeing Co.'s biggest manufacturing operation swarmed with activity Friday afternoon, as hundreds of machinist union members queued up to vote on the aerospace giant's latest contract. The International Assn....
  • Boeing's hollow victory

    The narrowly approved contract agreement between Boeing and its Washington state workforce will be hailed by some as a victory for the canny, hardball brinkmanship of Boeing's management and the knuckle-under economic pragmatism of the International...
  • The Boeing vote and the death of the middle class

    Anyone following last Friday's epochal vote in Washington state on a union contract at Boeing could tell from the workers' comments in various forums that the key issue wasn't whether the contract was good or bad, or even whether Boeing was a good or...
  • Boeing contract underscores decline of union clout

    SEATTLE — After battling for months with Boeing Co.'s leadership, the company's largest union approved an eight-year contract that trades hard-fought pension benefits for the right to build the 777X airliner — a bitterly fought concession that...
  • Flying in 100 years? Nobody knows

    Flying in 100 years? Nobody knows
    On January 1, 1914, the first commercial flight in history took one paying passenger across Tampa Bay, from St. Petersburg to Tampa, in a two-seat seaplane. Several industry leaders took note of the coincident 100th anniversary of flight and this New...