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Air Transportation Industry

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  • The best hotel deals? Not always at the hotel's website

    Although many consumers book rooms directly on hotel websites — out of loyalty to a brand or because they think they'll find the best prices that way — such sites don't always have the best deals or make the search easier. Here are options...
  • Airfares drop for winter and rise for summer

    Airfares drop for winter and rise for summer
    If you've got plans to travel in the new year, we have been seeing some amazing deals that will have you breaking out the bubbly. These deals are available for travel until early March, when prices increase because of spring break and Easter. We should...
  • 2014 in review: Des Plaines and Park Ridge

    2014 in review: Des Plaines and Park Ridge
    In the near northwest suburbs this past year, opposition to a proposed gun shop pitted a community group against a village board, the sudden death of a young alderman left many in mourning and one community continued calls for further study on the effects...
  • Airline industry poised to fly high in 2015

    Airline industry poised to fly high in 2015
    The airline industry in 2015 is likely to be healthy again thanks to mergers and falling jet fuel prices, and while consumers might be stuffed into slimmer seats in coach at least they will be able to enjoy new and upgraded planes and more onboard...
  • Top world stories of 2014

    Islamic State: An offshoot of al-Qaida — first known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and finally, the Islamic State — strung together military victories against Syrian government forces, Syrian rebel groups and Iraqi government...
  • Air France-KLM deferral of Boeing 777 raises concern

    Boeing Co faced a potentially larger gap in production of its 777 jetliner after Air France-KLM said on Thursday that it plans to defer delivery of 10 Boeing 777s following its third profit warning in six months. Boeing is on track to build about 500...
  • FedEx, UPS confront busiest holiday season on record

    SAN JOSE, Calif. The next week will be a 24/7, backbreaking, sleep-deprived haul for couriers such as FedEx, the United Parcel Service and the U.S. Postal Service, the last connections to deliver many much-anticipated Christmas gifts. And there is no room...
  • Interest in Cuba travel jumps as industry awaits fine print

    MIAMI Is Cuba about to become the next tourist hot spot? Not immediately, say travel industry experts though tour groups that operate legally in the country report spikes in interest following President Barack Obama's announcement Wednesday that the U.S....
  • Southwest to start nonstop flights between Orange County, Austin, Texas

    Southwest to start nonstop flights between Orange County, Austin, Texas
    Orange County travelers will have more options to fly to Austin, Texas, next summer. An added bonus: Fliers who book by Monday can take advantage of low introductory airfares on the new service. Southwest Airlines plans to start daily nonstop flights...
  • Hawaiian Air swap takes Airbus A330neo orders over 100

    Hawaiian Airlines has confirmed an order for six Airbus A330-800neo aircraft worth $1.5 billion at list prices, swapping them for a previous A350 order, the planemaker said on Friday. The order for a revamped version of the A330, with new Rolls-Royce...
  • Whistle-blower sues H.B. airplane parts company over his firing

    A Huntington Beach aviation equipment manufacturer is being sued by a former employee who says he was illegally fired for whistle-blowing on the company. Hoang Nguyen, 46, of Huntington Beach alleges that Ameri-King Inc. has been selling rebranded or...