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  • Schock's ties to donors raise questions about travel, condo, 'swaps'

    Schock's ties to donors raise questions about travel, condo, 'swaps'
    During his six years in Congress, Rep. Aaron Schock could count on commodity trader Darren Frye and his wife, Becky, for campaign cash, transportation and use of an upscale condominium in Chicago, according to records and sources. But now that Schock...
  • Black Hawk business takes off for Central Florida company

    Black Hawk business takes off for Central Florida company
    What began two decades ago as a little whirlybird company in Central Florida is on the way to becoming a service and certification agent for one of the most iconic crafts in the sky: the Army's Black Hawk. Doing aerial battle with wildfires from Florida...
  • Orlando City's support staff juggles endless details to ease jump to MLS

    Orlando City's support staff juggles endless details to ease jump to MLS
    Erik Ustruck boarded the connecting flight last, as he always does, and looked down the corridor of the Delta plane. His stomach sunk. Orlando City's marquee player, Kaká, was in a middle seat. Unlike many of the top professional leagues in North...
  • Airlines making it harder to comparison shop, study says

    Delta Air Lines has banned several travel websites from posting its airfares and routes as part of a bigger trend in the airline industry that has made it harder for travelers to comparison shop. That is the conclusion of a study by a Yale economics...
  • Delta solicita nueva ruta entre Orlando y Sao Paulo, Brasil

    Delta solicita nueva ruta entre Orlando y Sao Paulo, Brasil
    SAO PAULO - Delta Air Lines presentó una solicitud de aprobación regulatoria para ofrecer nuevos vuelos sin escalas entre Orlando, Florida, y Sao Paulo, Brasil, a partir del 19 de diciembre de 2015. Delta espera servir a las dos ciudades con cuatro vuelos...
  • Reader Report: Trip to Everest becomes more than Newport Beach trekkers planned

    First of three parts. KATHMANDU, Nepal, May 5, just before sunrise. -- The rooster crows as if it's going to be just another day. Far from it. My trekking partner, April Thompson Egbert, is sleeping in, jet-lagged, no doubt, from having just flown...
  • Letter: Amenities are up to date and accessible

    Re: “Bob Hope Airport isn’t user friendly,” Mailbag, May 16. Writer Claude Soderstrom expresses an opinion that does not agree with the vast majority of Bob Hope Airport patrons, who consistently rate the airport high for convenience and...
  • Study: Consumers benefit from fare-comparison sites

     Study: Consumers benefit from fare-comparison sites
    The value of consumers being able to shop for airfares at comparison websites is $6.7 billion per year, which shows the danger of airlines potentially pulling their fares and schedules from those sites, according to a recent study sponsored by Travel...
  • American Airlines flight returns safely to LAX after reporting issue in cockpit

    American Airlines flight returns safely to LAX after reporting issue in cockpit
    An American Airlines flight headed to Boston has landed safely at Los Angeles International Airport after reporting a problem in the cockpit. Ian Gregor, an FAA spokesman, said the Boeing 737 reported equipment issues after leaving LAX en route to...
  • FAA: No survivors after Daytona Beach plane crashes in Virginia

    FAA: No survivors after Daytona Beach plane crashes in Virginia
    Police says the wreckage of a small airplane has been found in southwest Virginia, and there are no survivors. Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said Tuesday that she did not yet know how many people were aboard the aircraft. The...
  • Solar plane still in China awaiting weather that will permit 5-day flight to Hawaii

    BEIJING The pilots and team prepping the Solar Impulse plane to fly around the world don't appear to be impulsive about leaving China. They've been here since March 29, stymied by unfavorable weather conditions, which have delayed the solar-powered...