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  • Teen tweets terrorist threat at American Airlines

    Teen tweets terrorist threat at American Airlines
    A teen known only as "Sarah" has created a major controversy by tweeting a threat at American Airlines Sunday morning. @QueenDemetriax_ sent the tweet around 11 a.m., it read "@AmericanAir hello my name's Ibrahim and I'm from Afghanistan. I'm part of Al...
  • JetBlue: New Lauderdale-Pittsburgh service launching Oct. 29

    JetBlue: New Lauderdale-Pittsburgh service launching Oct. 29
    JetBlue Airways continues to spread its wings at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. On Monday, the New York-based value carrier announced plans to launch nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale and Pittsburgh staring Oct. 29.  The new...
  • It's time to make those summer travel plans

    It's already time to start thinking about summer travel. When looking for fares, remember that the flexible traveler gets the best fares. The cheapest days to fly are usually Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Friday through Sunday fares can be up to $200 higher...
  • Spirit tops in profitability, leads in complaints

    Spirit Airlines ranked among the world's most profitable airlines in 2013, according to an Airline Weekly profitability ranking released Monday. The Miramar-based low-cost carrier was No. 2 with a 17 percent operating profit margin, following Panama's...
  • US Airways pornographic tweet sets Twitter on fire

    US Airways pornographic tweet sets Twitter on fire
    We apologize for an inappropriate image recently shared as a link in one of our responses. We’ve removed the tweet and are investigating. — US Airways (@USAirways) April 14, 2014 Ladies and gentlemen, the fasten seat belt sign is on. We're...
  • US Airways investigating pornographic tweet sent to complaining customer

    US Airways investigating pornographic tweet sent to complaining customer
    (Reuters) - US Airways said it was investigating a pornographic tweet on Tuesday sent on its Twitter account in response to a customer complaint about a flight delay, which went viral on social media. US Airways issued an apology on Monday immediately...
  • Dutch teen draws arrest, mockery for tweeting threat to American Airlines

    A 14-year-old Dutch girl, whose Twitter message to American Airlines was interpreted as a terrorist threat, has been freed after a brief arrest and confronted with a worldwide barrage of tweets debating whether she was a victim of security excess or an...
  • Upgrade policy changes last straw for some frequent flyers

    (Reuters) - For business flyers like Adam Kubryk, who is on the road about 200 days a year, one of the perks of flying often and using the same airline regularly is getting upgraded from coach to business class when a seat is available. But now when he...
  • Transparent Airfares Act of 2014: A proposal based on lies

    Transparent Airfares Act of 2014: A proposal based on lies
    Last week, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee marked up a proposed bill that would allow airlines once again to omit taxes and fees from advertised prices and instead add them in later, just before you buy. Make no mistake: This...
  • US Airways sends out tweet with graphic porn image, is really sorry

    US Airways sends out tweet with graphic porn image, is really sorry
    US Airways apologized Monday for sending out a Twitter message that included a pornographic image. The airline acknowledged that the image came from its Twitter account but said it was sent by mistake. US Airways said the image was originally sent to...
  • FBI: Man on flight from Chicago tried to open airplane door

    FBI: Man on flight from Chicago tried to open airplane door
    A California man who tried to open a rear aircraft door on a Southwest Airlines flight from Chicago to Sacramento was subdued by passengers and flight attendants before the flight was diverted to Nebraska, according to federal charges against him....