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  • Ontario airport is less crowded than LAX, but there's a price to pay

    Ontario airport is less crowded than LAX, but there's a price to pay
    Question: Using L.A./Ontario International Airport for flights is much more convenient for me than LAX. I can't understand why the cost of flights is so much higher at Ontario compared with LAX. I cannot stand the long drive to LAX and the crazy traffic...
  • Five injured from turbulence on American Seoul-Dallas/Fort Worth flight

    FORT WORTH, Texas Five people were hospitalized after an American Airlines flight encountered severe turbulence while flying from Seoul to Dallas/Fort Worth. The Fort Worth-based carrier said American flight 280 diverted to Tokyo after hitting the severe...
  • Bucks rally in final minutes to defeat Suns

    The Sports Xchange By Jerry Brown, The Sports Xchange Bucks rally in final minutes to defeat Suns PHOENIX -- The Milwaukee Bucks have won two times at US Airways Center in the last 20 years. The Phoenix Suns have lost two times at the buzzer on wacky,...
  • American Airlines to offer bonus miles for pricey tickets

    American Airlines to offer bonus miles for pricey tickets
    American Airlines said Monday it will begin awarding bonus frequent-flier miles to customers who buy pricey seats in first- and business-class cabins. The airline said the promotion will give AAdvantage and Dividend Miles members more miles based on...
  • Flying in Europe: EasyJet, Ryanair, or someone else?

    Flying in Europe: EasyJet, Ryanair, or someone else?
    If you're heading to Europe next year, and if you plan to move around a bit, you may consider some intra-European flights. You quickly find that Europe hosts more than 100 low-cost airlines, some huge, some tiny. On my recent trip to England and Italy,...
  • Seniors on the Go: Premium economy: Is it for you?

    Seniors on the Go: Premium economy: Is it for you?
    You all know why today's economy-class air travel is so lousy: Most travelers will put up with the worst comfort levels and service to knock a few bucks off the price. "You want cheap, we'll give you cheap" is the airlines' response. And the majority of...
  • Britain to set up inquiry into air traffic failure

    Britain will set up an inquiry into a technical failure at an air traffic control centre that caused widespread disruption to London flights last week, an investigation that the transport minister said should be completed by March. Hundreds of flights...
  • Uber urges Broward customers to speak out

    Uber urges Broward customers to speak out
    Uber on-demand ride service company is urging its customers to "help keep Uber in Broward.'' The company is emailing customers to let them know Broward County is cracking down on Uber drivers, citing them for failing to follow taxi laws. The county...
  • Azul now flying from Brazil to Orlando International Airport

    Azul, one of the largest airlines in Brazil, Monday started daily, nonstop flights to Orlando International Airport, making Central Florida its second destination in the United States. The low-cost carrier was founded six years ago by former JetBlue CEO...
  • Air Force: Boeing cost overrun on tanker project jumps to $1.5 billion

    SEATTLE Boeing engineers and mechanics are scrambling to meet an already stretched out schedule and get the 767-based platform for the Air Force's new KC-46 refueling tanker into the air by year end, with an internal flight target of Dec. 27. That's...
  • Fuel prices are down but airfares and surcharges still up

    Fuel prices have fallen pretty low this year, but we haven't seen that dip reflected in the price of airline tickets or in the cost of fuel surcharges to some international destinations. In early December, the price of oil dropped to as low as $66 per...