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  • JetBlue marks 15th year with new "Bluemanity" plane design

    JetBlue marks 15th year with new "Bluemanity" plane design
    JetBlue Airways unveiled a "Bluemanity" paint scheme Tuesday to mark its 15th year in business. The new design appears on one Airbus A320 aircraft in JetBlue's 206-plane fleet. It is a salute to JetBlue's 16,000 employees and its mission of "inspiring...
  • Report: Icing conditions caused 2013 Iowa helicopter crash

    Ice covering parts of a medical helicopter is what caused it to crash near Ventura in 2013, killing three people, according to a federal report. The National Transportation Safety Board report on the Jan. 2, 2013, crash of the Mercy Air Med helicopter...
  • AP top news in Iowa at 3:58 p.m. CST

    Ice covering parts of a medical helicopter is what caused it to crash near Ventura in 2013, killing three people, according to a federal report. The National Transportation Safety Board report on the Jan. 2, 2013, crash of the Mercy Air Med helicopter...
  • Droning on: Orlando firms to launch new drone training classes

    Droning on: Orlando firms to launch new drone training classes
    Two companies in the Orlando area are teaming up to provide more safety classes for people who want to fly drones commercially, now that the Federal Aviation Administration has announced it proposed regulations. The classes will be focused on how...
  • FAA drone rule proposal: What they allow, who benefits, who doesn't

    FAA drone rule proposal: What they allow, who benefits, who doesn't
    The Federal Aviation Administration over the weekend¬†released proposed rules for small drones for commercial use. Some have said the move has the potential to dramatically change the nation's airspace for years to come.¬† “Technology is advancing...
  • Frontier adding more discount flights to O'Hare

     Frontier adding more discount flights to O'Hare
    Frontier Airlines, continuing its aggressive expansion in the Chicago market, in April will add four new flights from O'Hare International Airport, enlarging Chicago as its second-largest base while at least temporarily abandoning Midway Airport, where it...
  • Oil prices fall, but that may not mean lower air fares

    The price of gasoline and jet fuel has fallen as oil prices have sharply dropped but the price of an airplane ticket may not follow downward, according to experts in the airline industry. Strong demand and limited seats have made it possible for airlines...
  • Drone industry has mixed reaction to FAA's proposed rules

    Drone industry has mixed reaction to FAA's proposed rules
    Entrepreneurs in the fledgling drone industry breathed a sigh of relief Monday after federal regulators finally issued proposed rules for flying the small robotic flying machines — a plan not as tough on commercial users as many had feared. "It'...
  • Airlines cancel flights amid winter storms in Northeast US

    Hundreds of flights have been canceled over the long Presidents Day weekend as a winter storm rolled through parts of the Midwest and Northeast. Southwest Airlines Co. canceled more than 150 flights on Monday. Spokeswoman Michelle Agnew says Dallas-based...
  • Delta CEO on why ticket prices haven't dropped

    DETROIT Delta Air Lines is passing along profits to its employees, but consumers shouldn't expect the company to pass along savings gleaned from low oil prices any time soon. The airline distributed $122 million in profit-sharing checks to Michigan...
  • American Airlines' traffic declines, Southwest sees boost in January

    DALLAS Southwest Airlines' expansion helped its passenger traffic rise 8.6 percent in January. The Dallas-based airline said Monday its passenger load factor how full planes fly fell 1.2 percentage points to 75.1 percent as capacity rose 10.2 percent....