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Air Transportation Industry

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  • Charlie Trotter alumni creating meals for United Airlines

    Charlie Trotter alumni creating meals for United Airlines
    United Airlines will create new meals by tapping the expertise of alumni of late celebrity chef Charlie Trotter, the carrier said Tuesday. And United, headquartered in Chicago, will be the official airline of The Trotter Project, a nonprofit organization...
  • Glitch in iPad app delays dozens of American Airlines flights

    Glitch in iPad app delays dozens of American Airlines flights
    More than 50 American Airlines flights across the country have been delayed as of Wednesday morning because of a glitch in an iPad app that allows pilots to view flight plans. American Airlines, based in Fort Worth, said the problem was caused by an...
  • Cincinnati airport no longer has highest fares in nation

    New data from the U.S. Department of Transportation shows that the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport no longer has the highest fares in the nation. The Kentucky Enquirer (http://cin.ci/1P3uzLR) cited the new data in reporting that the...
  • Uber: "We cannot operate'' under new Broward law

    Uber: "We cannot operate'' under new Broward law
    Broward County commissioners on Tuesday passed a sweeping new law regulating app-based ride services such as Uber, despite the company's threat to leave town if they did. The new regulations legalize services including Uber and Lyft, whose drivers use...
  • Congressman Bill Shuster hasn't considered recusal after dating aviation lobbyist

    WASHINGTON — The chairman of the House Transportation Committee on Tuesday said he never considered recusing himself from the panel's work on aviation legislation after he began dating a top airline industry lobbyist. GOP Rep. Bill Shuster of...
  • What rules apply when members of Congress date lobbyists?

    WASHINGTON Confronted with questions about how his relationship with an aviation industry lobbyist might impact his chairmanship of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., said he has "gone above and beyond what...
  • Shuster hasn't considered recusal after dating lobbyist

    The chairman of the House transportation committee on Tuesday said he never considered recusing himself from the panel's work on aviation legislation after he began dating a top airline industry lobbyist. GOP Rep. Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania said he's...
  • Nurse dies in fall from hoist on Texas medical helicopter

    A nurse died after falling from a hoist on a medical helicopter while rescuing a woman from a hiking trail in Austin, emergency personnel said Tuesday. Kristin McLain, 46, became detached from the hoist Monday night as the rescued hiker was lifted to the...
  • Average domestic air fare -- $391 -- is the highest since 1995

    Average domestic air fare -- $391 -- is the highest since 1995
    The nation's airline industry continued to enjoy strong financial data with fresh government statistics showing that the average domestic air fare for 2014 was $391, the highest fare since the federal government began tracking the data in 1995. But...
  • Plane diverted to Boston hits turbulence, 2 injured

    Two people on a Delta Air Lines international flight diverted to Boston because of bad weather in the New York area were taken to a hospital after the plane encountered turbulence approaching Logan International Airport. Delta said Wednesday afternoon...
  • American Airlines CEO to be paid entirely in company stock

    American Airlines CEO to be paid entirely in company stock
    The CEO of American Airlines, who got $12.3 million in compensation last year, will stop drawing a salary and instead be paid entirely in company stock. CEO Doug Parker says the change starts immediately and will make his compensation more in line with...