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  • Worst plane crash in U.S. history

     Worst plane crash in U.S. history
    Thirty-five years ago Sunday, in what remains the worst airline crash on U.S. soil, more than 270 people were killed near O'Hare International Airport when American Airlines Flight 191 lost its left engine on takeoff, rolled sickeningly and crashed near a...
  • 1 hurt in emergency airplane landing in Kendall County

    1 hurt in emergency airplane landing in Kendall County
    One person suffered minor injuries when a two-person propeller plane bound for Waukegan had to make an emergency landing west of Plano this morning, according to police. Kendall County sheriff's officers were called to an area west of Cook Road near...
  • FLL airport expects more than 528,000 travelers for Thanksgiving

    FLL airport expects more than 528,000 travelers for Thanksgiving
    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is expecting more than 528,000 travelers to fly to and from its facility during the Thanksgiving holiday period Nov. 24 through Dec.1, officials announced Friday. That translates to an average of 66,000...
  • West Palm Beach airport launches new loyalty program

    A new customer rewards program has landed at Palm Beach International Airport.  Through a partnership with Atlanta-based loyalty program provider Thanks Again LLC, travelers will have a chance to earn frequent flier miles or hotel rewards points for...
  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport expects 1.2 million holiday travelers

    Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport expects 1.2 million holiday travelers
    The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is expecting roughly 1.2 million travelers during the holiday period running Saturday Dec. 21 through Sunday, Jan. 5, officials announced Thursday. That’s an average of 73,000 passengers daily...
  • Cruising the northern seas

    Cruising the northern seas
    Cruising in Europe's Baltic or North Sea can satisfy even an independent traveler like me. Stepping off the gangway, I'm immersed in the vivid life of a different European city each day. I've toured some of the world's top museums, taken a Scandinavian-...
  • Pilot tried to return to runway in Wellington crash

    Pilot tried to return to runway in Wellington crash
    The pilot of a homebuilt aircraft apparently lost power and tried to return to the runway, only to crash into a pond at the Wellington Aero Club last week, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report Tuesday. Just before the...
  • 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...
  • A frantic call from scene of S.F. crash: 'We're missing three.'

    A frantic call from scene of S.F. crash: 'We're missing three.'
    A driver for the transportation company that was responsible for picking up Chinese students at the airport in San Francisco described a frantic scene after the Asiana Airlines crash that killed two 16-year-old students and injured more than 180 other...
  • Travelers at SFO cope with long delays after Asiana crash

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Two of four runways remained closed at San Francisco International Airport on Sunday as an odyssey that began Saturday continued for many travelers, with dozens of flights canceled or rerouted. At the international terminal, sleeping...
  • NTSB official offers new details on S.F plane crash

    NTSB official offers new details on S.F plane crash
    Asiana Flight 214 made no distress calls and appeared to be operating smoothly moments before it slowed to a near-stall, crashed into a seawall near the runway and broke apart, a federal official said Sunday. “There is no discussion of any...