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  • US airlines increase their profits without ballooning their fleets

    Over the next few years, American Airlines Inc. will increase the size of its Boeing 777-200 fleet by 17 percent, or nearly 2,000 seats. It will do so without adding a single airplane. Fort Worth, Texas-based American is removing the first-class cabin,...
  • Malaysia sets day of mourning as first Flight 17 remains due home

    Still far from closure or clarity in its national tragedy, Malaysia on Thursday declared a day of mourning on Aug. 22 for the victims of the Malaysia Airlines flight shot out of the sky over Ukraine nearly a month ago. The remains of the first 16...
  • Ukraine claims more territory as fight intensifies with rebels

    Ukraine claims more territory as fight intensifies with rebels
    Ukraine said on Monday its troops had wrested more territory from pro-Russian rebels, advancing towards the site where Malaysian flight MH17 was brought down, which international investigators said they could not reach because of the fighting. Ukrainian...
  • Investigators find no evidence either MH17 black box tampered with

    Investigators find no evidence either MH17 black box tampered with
    Air accident investigators successfully extracted data from Malaysia Airlines flight MH17's two black boxes on Thursday, as work to recover the bodies of the 298 victims and secure the crash site in eastern Ukraine continued. The Dutch Safety Board,...
  • Malaysia jet most likely on autopilot when it crashed, Australia says

    Malaysia jet most likely on autopilot when it crashed, Australia says
    Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was most likely on autopilot when it crashed into the Indian Ocean further south than previously thought, Australian officials said on Thursday, as they charted the next phase of a so far fruitless search. The passengers and...
  • France sends troops to secure crash site of Air Algerie plane

    France sends troops to secure crash site of Air Algerie plane
    Authorities said on Thursday they located the wreckage of an Air Algerie flight after it crashed in northern Mali carrying 116 passengers and crew, nearly half of them French, en route from Burkina Faso to Algeria. Regional aviation officials said they...
  • Asiana Airlines crash caused by pilot 'mismanagement,' NTSB concludes

     Asiana Airlines crash caused by pilot 'mismanagement,' NTSB concludes
    U.S. investigators on Tuesday said Boeing should consider modifying flight controls on the 777 jetliner in response to an Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco last July that killed three people and injured more than 180. The National Transportation...
  • Alaska Airlines to offer bigger overhead bins

    Alaska Airlines to offer bigger overhead bins
    While many airline seats are getting smaller, some fliers will soon get more overhead bin space. Alaska Airlines expects to be the first airline to take delivery next year of Boeing’s Next-Generation 737 and 737 MAX planes equipped with overhead...
  • Exclusive: Ukraine rebel commander acknowledges fighters had BUK missile

    Exclusive: Ukraine rebel commander acknowledges fighters had BUK missile
    (Reuters) A powerful Ukrainian rebel leader has confirmed that pro-Russian separatists had an anti-aircraft missile of the type Washington says was used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 and it could have originated in Russia. In an interview...
  • FAA proposes $12 million fine for Southwest Airlines over repairs

    FAA proposes $12 million fine for Southwest Airlines over repairs
    Southwest Airlines faces a $12 million government fine due to improper repairs on its aircraft, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday. The $12 million fine is the second-largest ever proposed by the FAA, according to an FAA spokesman. The...
  • US sales to Russia have only risen since sanctions imposed

    WASHINGTON In the months since the United States imposed sanctions on Russian businesses and close associates of President Vladimir Putin's, an odd thing has happened: U.S. exports to Russia have risen. U.S. Census Bureau foreign trade data show that...