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  • Summer air travel to break record

     Summer air travel to break record
    Brace yourself for crowded airports and full planes this summer, as air travel is expected to hit a record high, according to a report released Monday. Some 222 million passengers will take to the skies between June 1 and Aug. 31, up 4.5 percent over...
  • Gov. Terry McAuliffe: Aerospace key to diversifying state's economy

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe: Aerospace key to diversifying state's economy
    Virginia's aerospace industry holds tremendous potential in helping the state diversify and grow its economy, Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Friday night in Hampton. "We are turbocharged for the future, and aerospace is going to lead the way," McAuliffe told...
  • FAA Green Lights Drone Use For Connecticut Businesses

    FAA Green Lights Drone Use For Connecticut Businesses
    More drones will soon be humming overhead in Connecticut. They will lessen the need to climb ladders for roof inspections or rent helicopters for aerial views of real estate. They will assess storm damage more quickly and safely, and survey crops more...
  • Community news for Glastonbury edition

    Planetarium shows GLASTONBURY -Tickets are on sale now for winter and spring shows at the Glastonbury East Hartford Magnet School Planetarium, 95 Oak St. All shows begin at 6 p.m., include a live night sky presentation, and last about an hour. Tickets...
  • United Airlines offers rewards for spotting bugs in the system

    United Airlines offers rewards for spotting bugs in the system
    United Airlines may be having a change of heart about hackers. A cybersecurity expert who joked during a United Airlines flight about hacking into the plane’s avionics computers was banned from flying on the carrier, even though the expert said he...
  • Southwest Airlines flies south of the border, prompting fare cuts

    Southwest Airlines flies south of the border, prompting fare cuts
    Airline travelers looking to save money have a couple of reasons to cheer and one cause to grouse. The good news is that airlines in the U.S. are setting aside more seats for travelers wanting to redeem loyalty reward points. Also, airfares to Mexico...
  • French Polynesia's Raivavae reveals a traveler's dream lagoon

    French Polynesia's Raivavae reveals a traveler's dream lagoon
    Some people collect seashells. I collect lagoons. You know the kind I mean; you see them in dreams just after you fall asleep. Shimmering aquamarine water, virgin white sand and towering palm trees swaying slightly in the breeze. My quest has led me...
  • United Airlines: Hack us, please

    United Airlines: Hack us, please
    United Airlines came out with an unusual public request this week: Hack us, please. In what it's calling a "bug bounty" program, Chicago-based United is offering up to 1 million frequent-flier miles to anyone who can find bugs in its public technology...
  • You're less cranky about flying, study says, but are you really happy?

    You're less cranky about flying, study says, but are you really happy?
    Passengers are more satisfied with service they received on North American airlines, continuing an upward trajectory, according to a new J.D. Power study. Maybe it's time to say goodbye to the cranky flier. For the eighth straight year, fliers choseĀ ...
  • Record airline profits help pay for posh LAX lounges

    Record airline profits help pay for posh LAX lounges
    If you want to see where the world’s airlines are investing some of their record profits, check out the newly renovated airport lounges across the country, including several posh new facilities at Los Angeles International Airport. The lounge...
  • Airline reward seats more available, study says

     Airline reward seats more available, study says
    Frequent-flier miles don't do much good if there's no chance to use them, but the good news is that airlines are being more generous with offering reward seats, according to a study released Thursday. Of 25 airlines in the U.S. and abroad, the average...