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  • Safety agency blames Honeywell part for fire on Boeing 787

    A report released Wednesday by a U.K. safety agency confirms the cause of the fire inside an Ethiopian Airlines 787 Dreamliner parked at Heathrow last July. A battery inside a small locator beacon was installed incorrectly, with crossed wires pinched...
  • American Airlines to slash Venezuela flights over trapped cash dispute

    By Girish Gupta, Reuters CARACAS — American Airlines will cut almost 80 percent of its weekly flights to Venezuela in response to the government's refusal to repatriate $750 million in revenue trapped by exchange controls. As of July 2, American...
  • Charity brings together families for final farewell

     Charity brings together families for final farewell
    Daniel Aspan was tapped out. The San Antonio resident had spent more than $3,000 over a few months flying several times to Elmhurst to visit his mother who was dying from lung cancer that had spread to her brain. Just a week after his final visit he...
  • Delta 'go-around' goes viral, prompts FAA probe

    ATLANTA An air traffic controller is on restricted duty following an incident that caused a Delta Air Lines jet to abandon a landing approach at the Atlanta airport. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the "go-around," which some media...
  • Regulators OK longer version of Boeing 787 Dreamliner

    Regulators OK longer version of Boeing 787 Dreamliner
    Boeing Co said on Monday that regulators have certified the 787-9 Dreamliner, clearing the way for the new, stretched jet's on-time arrival to its first customer, Air New Zealand, possibly later this month. Approval by the U.S. Federal Aviation...
  • American Airlines dice recortará casi el 80 pct de sus vuelos hacia Venezuela por deuda de 750 mln dlrs

    Por Girish Gupta CARACAS (Reuters) - American Airlines dijo el martes que recortará a partir de julio casi el 80 por ciento de sus vuelos semanales hacia Venezuela, debido a que el Gobierno no le ha permitido repatriar 750 millones de dólares que le...
  • United Airlines loses Rory McIlroy's golf clubs

    United Airlines loses Rory McIlroy's golf clubs
    As Rory McIlroy gets set to play in the Irish Open this week, an important element of his golf game is clearly lacking. His clubs. On Tuesday morning, the golfer from Northern Ireland tweeted about a less-than-favorable experience with United Airlines...
  • United's new frequent flyer deal: Bad news for most of you

    United's new frequent flyer deal: Bad news for most of you
    To nobody's surprise, United announced a mostly "me too" makeover of its frequent flyer program in the Delta pattern. And, also to nobody's surprise, the new program is likely to make award travel worse for leisure travelers who use inexpensive tickets:...
  • De Orlando a Key West con dos vuelos diarios

    De Orlando a Key West con dos vuelos diarios
    La aerolínea Silver Airways agregó dos vuelos directos diarios entre el Aeropuerto Internacional de Orlando  (MCO) y el Aeropuerto Interncional de Key West (EYW).   Para celebrarlo, la aerolínea realiza el concurso "Silver Days Giveaway" que ofrece a...
  • JetBlue's new lie-flat seats debut on L.A.-New York flights

    JetBlue's new lie-flat seats debut on L.A.-New York flights
    Would former Lakers coach Phil Jackson fit in JetBlue's new Mint class seats? That was one of the questions posed last week to JetBlue President Robin Hayes at the Grove. Hayes and his team spent Thursday and Friday in L.A. with an open-air set up of...
  • Southwest fined for advertising sale prices that weren't offered

    Southwest fined for advertising sale prices that weren't offered
    Southwest Airlines has been fined $200,000 for advertising cheap fares that weren’t available, the government said Thursday. The Department of Transportation says that Southwest ran a television ad in Atlanta in October that showed $59 sale...