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Air Transportation Industry

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  • United Airlines adding Wi-Fi to regional jets

    United Airlines adding Wi-Fi to regional jets
    United Airlines said Wednesday it will add Wi-Fi Internet access and personal-device entertainment to more than 200 of its larger United Express regional jets by next summer, allowing passengers to stream video to their own computers, tablets and...
  • Virgin America drops SeaWorld from program

    Virgin America this week dropped SeaWorld from its frequent-flier program. The airline wouldn't say why it has removed SeaWorld from its Elevate Fly online store, which allowed customers to earn points toward purchases at hundreds of companies. But an...
  • Southwest Airlines lowers fares for winter travel

    Southwest Airlines lowers fares for winter travel
    Southwest Airlines is offering special one-way fares, as low as $49 to $129, from Fort Lauderdale during a winter travel sale. From West Palm Beach, sale fares from $99 one-way are available to Atlanta. Travelers departing Orlando will find sale fares...
  • Ride-sharing companies accused of misleading customers on safety

    Since its early days as a taxi alternative for Northern California bar-hoppers, the ride-sharing industry, now worth billions of dollars, has prompted demands for stricter government control from public officials and competing cab companies. More...
  • Disabled Southwest Airlines plane makes emergency landing at LAX

    A Southwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing Saturday at Los Angeles International Airport after the plane's flaps malfunctioned. Flight 1704, which took off from Sacramento, was supposed to land at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank but was diverted...
  • Revive customer service to revive friendly skies: Editorial

    Remember when air travel was actually fun and exciting? When you couldn't wait to get on the plane? Ah, the good old days. Today, reclining seats have become a battleground in the sky. If only reclining seats were the only problem with air travel....
  • Federal charges: Suspect in FAA fire recently told he was being transferred to Hawaii

    Federal charges: Suspect in FAA fire recently told he was being transferred to Hawaii
    The Naperville man accused of setting fire to an FAA radar center Friday recently learned he was being transferred to Hawaii after eight years at the agency's Aurora facility, according to court records. Brian Howard, 36, remains hospitalized with self-...
  • Low-cost carrier Frontier taps MIA for new service starting Dec. 20

    Low-cost carrier Frontier taps MIA for new service starting Dec. 20
    Denver-based Frontier Airlines is expanding its South Florida presence with new service from Miami International Airport to four U.S. cities starting in December. The low-cost carrier will launch daily flights on Dec. 20 between Miami and Philadelphia;...
  • Boeing Dreamliner resumes flight to Poland after emergency landing

    Boeing Dreamliner resumes flight to Poland after emergency landing
    A Boeing Dreamliner traveling from Chicago to Poland resumed its flight Friday after making an emergency landing at Glasgow, Scotland, to check an alert from the fire protection system in the baggage hold. The plane, owned by Polish state airline LOT,...
  • FAA clears way for drones to be used on film sets

    Hollywood will soon have a new angle on capturing aerial footage. The Federal Aviation Administration announced Thursday that it approved exemptions that would for the first time allow aerial photo and video production companies to use drones on film...
  • Newport News to ask People Express to repay grant funds

    Newport News to ask People Express to repay grant funds
    The city of Newport News plans to put People Express and Vision Airlines on notice that they need to pay back a portion of the grant funding People Express received if service is not restored quickly. "They are in default," said Newport News City...