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  • Booked on Delta? Where to go when airline relocates at BWI next week

    Booked on Delta? Where to go when airline relocates at BWI next week
    Delta Air Lines is on the move at BWI-Marshall Airport, the latest in a series of changes as the airport prepares for an expansion project in 2012. Beginning next week, Delta will shift its operations from Concourse C to Concourse D. As you may...
  • Jaws joining lineup of lost attractions

    Jaws joining lineup of lost attractions
    After Universal Orlando revealed that it would be closing its iconic Jaws ride at Universal Studios forever as of Jan. 2, there was social-media outcry last week. Among my favorite outbursts on Twitter: "You've ruined Orlando." OK, that's a bit extreme,...
  • Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Arrested At LaGuardia Airport After Attempting To Board Flight With Gun

    Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Arrested At LaGuardia Airport After Attempting To Board Flight With Gun
    The co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots was busted Thursday morning after attempting to board a flight with a gun at LaGuardia Airport, PIX 11 News has confirmed. According to Queens District Attorney Richard Brown, Mark Meckler was arrested and charged...
  • Flight ready

    If you're traveling through Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport this holiday season, you may notice a few new additions. As BWI embarks on a $100 million expansion project, fliers will notice differences in airline locations,...
  • Top-flight Singapore

    Top-flight Singapore
    A hotel executive recently told me that flying Singapore Airlines is so pleasant, losing a bag became a positive experience. Airline staff apologized profusely, delivered the bag within a few hours and gave him a free flight. It made him want Singapore...
  • American Airlines to cut 13,000 jobs

    American Airlines to cut 13,000 jobs
    American Airlines told its unions Wednesday it plans to cut 13,000 jobs from the staff of 88,000 at the nation's No. 3 airline. The cuts will fall most heavily on the airline's maintenance operations, which will lose 4,600 jobs. More than 4,000...
  • BWI among airports to adopt prescreening program

    BWI among airports to adopt prescreening program
    Before year's end, Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will be part of a passenger prescreening program that allows low-risk travelers to keep their belts and shoes on and their laptops in their bags as they go through security...
  • Newark Emergency Landing: Plane Skidded On Nose After Landing Gear Failed

    Newark Emergency Landing: Plane Skidded On Nose After Landing Gear Failed
    A commercial airliner made an emergency landing at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) Monday evening, shutting down all runways at the facility. The Shuttle America flight 5124 was transporting United Express passengers from Atlanta when it landed...
  • More for Your Money: The quest for transparent airline fees

    More for Your Money: The quest for transparent airline fees
    If you think flying is tedious, try figuring out what your flight will cost. Fees for bags and optional services, such as seat selection, extra legroom, Internet access, onboard entertainment and other choices can plump up airfares by $100 or more. And...
  • FAA shutdown costly for government, safety

    FAA shutdown costly for government, safety
    The FAA shutdown doesn't seem to be getting much coverage - probably because the media attention span has all been sucked into the vortex that is - or was - the debt ceiling crisis. But as of this moment, the shutdown continues and it's possible that it...
  • Contractors grounded by FAA shutdown

    Contractors grounded by FAA shutdown
    When Kathleen Thompson learned this week that her Forest Glen engineering firm would not receive payment from its biggest client, the Federal Aviation Administration, the decision she had been dreading suddenly became inevitable: She told employees that...