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  • American Airlines-US Airways is still a work in progress

    American Airlines chief executive Doug Parker says "significant progress" has been made since US Airways and American merged to create the world's largest airline one year ago Tuesday. Ticket counters, operations, and airport lounges have been combined...
  • University of Maryland drone test site open for business

    University of Maryland drone test site open for business
    The pickup truck speeds down the runway of the airfield here on the Eastern Shore, a small, unmanned aircraft in its payload. And then the aircraft takes flight, banking over the heads of the spectators. After years of planning, the University of...
  • When Pigs Fly: Laws Governing Emotional Support Animals Are Murky, Obscure

    When Pigs Fly: Laws Governing Emotional Support Animals Are Murky, Obscure
    Can you bring a llama onto an airplane if it helps relieve your anxiety? What about a monkey or even a miniature horse? The questions are not as far-fetched as they sound and were recently in the national spotlight when a woman was booted off a US...
  • Bob Hope Airport reports higher passenger numbers

    Bob Hope Airport reports higher passenger numbers
    The number of passengers at Bob Hope Airport increased by more than 5% each in September and October compared to the same period last year, the most significant increase since 2008, according to the latest statistics. This past October, the airfield...
  • American Airlines plane headed to Dallas makes emergency landing in Tokyo

    American Airlines plane headed to Dallas makes emergency landing in Tokyo
    A U.S. bound-American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Tokyo on Wednesday after hitting severe turbulence created by a strong winter storm, with several people taken to hospital for minor injuries. American Airlines Flight 280,...
  • TSA reminds air travelers of Pre-check enrollment

    TSA reminds air travelers of Pre-check enrollment
    With peak holiday air travel season approaching, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials are reminding Hampton Roads travelers of its pre-screening services. For a $85 fee, area travelers can speed through the screening process at most...
  • 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,...