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  • Real-estate agents eager for drone-rule changes

    Real-estate agents eager for drone-rule changes
    Video of Orlando-area neighborhood rooftops, backyards and docks — even in exclusive enclaves — could become public fodder on real-estate sites under federal plans to loosen drone restrictions. Even though the Federal Aviation Administration...
  • Late winter snowstorm blankets South, Northeast

    A late winter storm blanketed the Northeast on Thursday after zipping across much of the South, leaving hundreds of drivers and their passengers stranded on highways in Kentucky and thousands of customers without power in West Virginia. A strong cold...
  • Noise complaints at O'Hare soar in January

    Noise complaints at O'Hare soar in January
    O'Hare jet noise complaints hit a new monthly record — 39,500 — in January, the Chicago Department of Aviation reported Friday. It was a more than six fold increase over the 6,321 noise complaints made in January 2014, airport noise...
  • US Airways flier program to merge with American's in 30 days

    American Airlines says it will combine its frequent-flier program with that of US Airways within the next 30 days. That means the end of US Airways' Dividend Miles program, a casualty of the 2013 merger of the two airlines. American Airlines Group Inc....
  • Senate confirms transportation safety board chairman, member

    The Senate has voted overwhelmingly to confirm a lawyer with a history in aviation and transportation safety to head the National Transportation Safety Board. Christopher Hart's nomination was approved 97 to 0. The Senate also approved by a voice vote...
  • Malaysia vows action if controller slept when MH370 vanished

    Malaysia's transport minister on Thursday vowed to take stern action against an air traffic control supervisor if it is confirmed that he was asleep on the job when Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared a year ago. An interim investigation report last...
  • NAVIGATING TURBULENCE: Amid challenging conditions, a cautous approach seems prudent as officials seek to keep airport competitive

    When People Express announced that it planned to bring low-cost commercial air service to Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, we did not hide our excitement. At the time we hoped the new carrier would take up some of the slack left when...
  • United cutting 69 jobs at PBIA, 115 at MIA

    United cutting 69 jobs at PBIA, 115 at MIA
    United Airlines plans to lay off 69 employees in transportation and warehousing at Palm Beach International Airport, as well as 115 at Miami International Airport. The employee cuts would take effect between May 17 and 31, according to a notice the...
  • Solar-powered plane lands in India on 2nd leg of world trip

    A Swiss-made solar powered aircraft landed in western India on Tuesday night, completing the second leg — and its first sea crossing — of its historic round-the-world trip. The Solar Impulse 2 touched down at Ahmadabad airport in Gujarat...
  • Solar plane pilots urge India to support clean energy drive

    The Swiss pilots of a solar-powered airplane on a historic round-the-world journey said Wednesday that they want the people of India to support their campaign for clean energy, a day after the aircraft landed in the country. Bertrand Piccard and Andre...
  • Spring air travel expected to be busiest since 2007

    Spring air travel expected to be busiest since 2007
    With spring air travel expected to rise to the highest level since 2007, tourism leaders are calling on airlines to invest more of their profits on airport upgrades and to open the door to greater competition. About 134.8 million passengers are expected...