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  • Smoother O'Hare landings face technical headwind

    Smoother O'Hare landings face technical headwind
    Landings on the most heavily used arrival runway at O'Hare International Airport will soon be safer and more accurate while also saving fuel and perhaps reducing jet noise over Chicago neighborhoods. But implementing the technology to make it happen is a...
  • Proposed Ebola travel ban divides relief groups at epidemic's core

    Relief groups providing care at the epicenter of the Ebola epidemic are at odds over the merits of banning travel from the three West African nations hardest hit by the often fatal virus. A top official with Samaritan's Purse whichgained national...
  • Aviation convention brings planes, 25,000 people to OCCC

    Aviation convention brings planes, 25,000 people to OCCC
    Starting on Tuesday, the Orange County Convention Center is hosting 25,000 business aviation professionals, among the larger events the convention center has hosted. The convention focuses on smaller executive and corporate planes. Display aircraft...
  • The $40 billion jet buying spree - IndiGo's big bet

    NEW DELHI/PARIS (Reuters) - Almost four years ago a handful of people gathered in Airbus sales chief John Leahy's spacious country house outside Toulouse and argued long into the evening over curry and cigars. Last weekend they met up again at a Parisian...
  • Travel letters: Try a new holiday tradition: staying home

    Stay home for the holidays Regarding "It Might Be Too Late to Land Holiday Deal" by Catharine Hamm, Oct. 12: What amazes me about articles like this is, why does everyone have to go home every year for Thanksgiving and Christmas and maybe New Year's...
  • Pilots extend Lufthansa strikes to long-haul flights

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German pilots union VC on Monday widened its strike at Lufthansa to include long-haul flights on Tuesday, having previously targeted only the carrier's short and medium-haul routes on Monday and Tuesday. The walkout affecting long-...
  • Bermuda fares better than expected from hurricane's direct hit

    Bermuda fares better than expected from hurricane's direct hit
    Hurricane Gonzalo scored a direct hit on Bermuda Friday night into Saturday morning, pummeling the tiny island chain with rain and howling winds that downed trees and knocked out power but spared it catastrophic damage or death. Much of the Atlantic...
  • Airship dedication reminds Worldwide Aeros chief of deferred dream

    Airship dedication reminds Worldwide Aeros chief of deferred dream
    A small crowd, including a priest and five members of Congress, gathered in a giant hangar in Tustin this week to christen Igor Pasternak's latest airship. As the white helium-filled craft floated just above the hangar's floor, the gathering of VIPs...
  • Hurricane Odile: More airlines resume flights to Mexico's Los Cabos

    Hurricane Odile: More airlines resume flights to Mexico's Los Cabos
    Southwest Airlines restarted its daily service from Orange County to hurricane-damaged Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) on Wednesday, and American Airlines plans to return to the resort area starting Saturday. The airport lost a roof at one...
  • Expiration of Wright Amendment means big airline changes for Southwest cities

    WASHINGTON The game has changed for Southwest Airlines and several major airports. For the past 34 years, federal law limited flights between Dallas Love Field to only airports in Texas and a handful of states. Those flight restrictions, known as the...
  • Nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola, gets warm goodbye from Dallas

    Nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola, gets warm goodbye from Dallas
    The first Texas nurse to contract Ebola, Nina Pham, left the Dallas hospital where she has been receiving treatment for the virus this week for a flight to a National Institutes of Health facility in Maryland, officials said Thursday. Pham, 26, is the...