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  • Hate to fly? It's your fault

    Hate to fly? It's your fault
    I hardly need to tell you that flying these days is a miserable experience. In fact, it's so miserable that it's tempting to suspect that the suffering is deliberate — that airlines are making us miserable as part of a calculated strategy to...
  • Snow falls in Middle East as strong winter storm lashes Syrian refugees; killing 2 in Lebanon

    Snow fell in parts of the Middle East on Wednesday as a powerful winter storm swept through the region, killing two Syrian refugees in Lebanon and forcing thousands who have fled their country's civil war to huddle for warmth in tents in refugee camps....
  • Divers looking for a way to remove black boxes from tail section of crashed AirAsia plane

    The tail section of the AirAsia passenger jet that crashed late last month is upside down and partially buried in the sea floor, and experts are trying to figure out how to remove the plane's black boxes from it, an Indonesian official said. Divers and...
  • FAA to require airlines use data analysis to spot safety trends, prevent accidents

    FAA to require airlines use data analysis to spot safety trends, prevent accidents
    New federal rules announced Wednesday will require airlines to collect and analyze safety data in an effort to spot troubling trends and help prevent accidents. The Federal Aviation Administration said the causes of 123 accidents between 2001 and 2010...
  • JetBlue flights to Cleveland, Detroit begin April 30

    JetBlue flights to Cleveland, Detroit begin April 30
    JetBlue Airways will add more flights in 2015 to its growing operations at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Starting April 30, the New York carrier will begin once-daily nonstop service from Fort Lauderdale to Cleveland Hopkins...
  • AirAsia plane's tail may be lifted to find black boxes as divers again deterred by currents

    Strong currents and blinding silt thwarted an attempt by divers on Thursday to find AirAsia Flight 8501's black boxes, which are believed to still be in the recently discovered tail of the crashed plane. The flight data and cockpit voice recorders are...
  • Students take photos 90,000 feet up in the air

    Students take photos 90,000 feet up in the air
    Fort Lauderdale students Sean Herbert and Will Hinson still can't believe they pulled it off. But the proof is in the pictures. From the middle of the stratosphere, 90,000 feet up the air, scenes captured by the duo show the edge of the Earth...
  • Divers wait for break in weather to examine suspected AirAsia wreckage, retrieve more bodies

    Divers were grappling with light rain and rolling waves Sunday as they tried to reach what is believed to be the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501, resting on the ocean floor near three other large objects. So far, only 30 bodies have been recovered from...
  • AirAsia search: Divers try to reach suspected wreck site

    Divers were grappling with light rain and rolling waves Sunday as they tried to reach what is believed to be the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501, resting on the ocean floor near three other large objects. So far, only 30 bodies have been recovered...
  • 'Absolutely amazing' _ 7-year-old girl survives plane crash that kills 4 family members

    Bleeding and alone, 7-year-old Sailor Gutzler had just survived a plane crash that killed her family. She walked through about a mile of woods and thick briar patches, wearing a short-sleeve shirt, shorts and no shoes in near-freezing temperatures when...
  • In response to disaster, AirAsia and its effusive founder give lesson in managing crisis

    If AirAsia bounces back from its first fatal disaster, much of the credit will go to its effusive founder Tony Fernandes and a well-oiled communications machine. From the highly visible compassion shown by Fernandes to details such as changing the...