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  • 4 dead, 5 injured as small plane crashes into Kansas building

    A twin-engine plane crashed into a building shortly after takeoff from Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita, Kan., on Thursday, killing four people, injuring five and touching off what one official described as a horrific fire that partially collapsed the...
  • 4 dead may be the 4 counted as missing after Wichita plane crash

    WICHITA, Kan. The four people that authorities thought were missing since a twin-engine aircraft crashed Thursday morning on top of a building at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport apparently are the same four who were confirmed dead earlier in the day,...
  • Ministro de Comercio panameño viaja a Venezuela a gestionar el pago de deuda

    Ministro de Comercio panameño viaja a Venezuela a gestionar el pago de deuda
    PANAMA - El ministro de Comercio e Industrias de Panamá (MICI), Melitón Arrocha, viajó hoy a Venezuela, para gestionar un acuerdo que permita solucionar la millonaria deuda que tiene este país con las empresas panameñas de la Zona Libre de Colón (ZLC) y...
  • American to keep reward program features after US Airways merger

    The merger to create the world's largest airline took a key step Tuesday as American Airlines announced plans to keep most of its loyalty rewards program features when it combines with US Airways and avoid a controversial change taken by its biggest...
  • This FedEx project debate wasn't much of one

    This FedEx project debate wasn't much of one
    In the same vein as the story of the tree falling in the woods comes the question: If they hold a public meeting and the public doesn't come, is it still a public meeting? One thing that's certain is that it doesn't make much of a sound. That's what a...
  • Airlines' efforts to boost airfares jumped in October

    Airlines' efforts to boost airfares jumped in October
    October has been the busiest month this year for attempted airfare hikes among major airlines, despite Ebola fears and low jet fuel prices, as a broad-based try by American Airlines last week to raise fares by a few dollars ended in failure, according...
  • Schedule adjustments put Southwest Airlines' on-time performance back on course

    DALLAS In August 2013, Southwest Airlines tightened its schedule so it could add more flights during the day. In fact, it created the equivalent of 16 more airplanes of flying, without adding the airplanes. It spent the following 12 months trying to...
  • American Airlines to keep awarding frequent flyer points based on miles

    Members of American Airlines' AAdvantage frequent flyer program will experience little change after the airline combines it with US Airways' Dividend Miles program next year, officials said Tuesday. Most notably, the airline will continue to award...
  • Low-fare airlines to Europe next Summer: Early look

    Low-fare airlines to Europe next Summer: Early look
    "Fly to London for $99!" You probably saw those excited press reports about spectacularly low fares WOW Air hyped for its new flights starting next March. By now, those ultra-low fare seats have probably sold out, but the line will still have some...
  • Spirit posts $67 million third-quarter profit

    Spirit posts $67 million third-quarter profit
    Spirit Airlines saw increased profit in the third quarter, aided by additional flights, higher ticket prices and increased passenger demand. The Miramar-based low-cost carrier on Tuesday reported a third-quarter net income of $67 million or 91 cents a...
  • Wow Air plans no-frills flights between Iceland and Boston, Baltimore

    Wow Air plans no-frills flights between Iceland and Boston, Baltimore
    Low-cost carrier Wow Air will begin flying between Reykjavik and the East Coast with connections to European cities in the spring. Airfares start at $99 each way. Wow's announcement last week said it would begin round-trip flights five days a week...