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  • Pilots' union says deal with American Airlines is closer

    Pilots' union says deal with American Airlines is closer
    The union representing pilots at American Airlines said Monday it is getting closer to hatching a deal that would help the carrier emerge from bankruptcy protection. The Allied Pilots Association said that its goal was to reach an agreement to present to...
  • Former County Assessor Says He Gave Gifts to USC Athletes

    Former County Assessor Says He Gave Gifts to USC Athletes
    A key figure in the ongoing corruption scandal at the Los Angeles County assessor's office said he gave cash and perks worth thousands of dollars to two USC athletes while they were still in school, actions that could violate college sports rules. The...
  • Holiday visits with a purpose

    Holiday visits with a purpose
    Jane Fickling lives in Dallas, but with the holiday looming, she undertook a cross-country decorating job in Orange County. Armed with a Christmas tree, a nutcracker, a poinsettia and some other seasonal favorites, Fickling swept into her 95-year-old...
  • Needles found in sandwiches on Delta flights; FBI investigating

    Needles found in sandwiches on Delta flights; FBI investigating
    Several passengers this weekend chomped into turkey sandwiches served on Delta Air Lines flights – and discovered sewing needles. The FBI has now launched a criminal investigation into the finds, which occurred on four Delta flights bound to the U....
  • Donald Nyrop dies at 98; former head of Northwest Airlines

    Donald Nyrop dies at 98; former head of Northwest Airlines
    Donald Nyrop, who led Northwest Airlines for a quarter century and built it from a safety-challenged regional airline into a globe-spanning carrier focused on safety and frugality, has died. He was 98. Nyrop died Nov. 16 at his home in Edina, Minn.,...
  • Airline customer satisfaction down; Alaska and JetBlue top rankings

    Travelers aren’t too pleased with the North American airline industry – especially traditional carriers such as United Airlines and US Airways – pushing down customer satisfaction ratings after two years of improvement. On a 1,000-point...
  • Airlines and Irene

     
    From a recent study…… Average call hold times of ten largest airlines during Hurricane Irene (hours:minutes:seconds) 1.         U.S. Airways 0:02:38 2.         Southwest Airlines: 0:08:10 3.         Continental: 0:08:15 4.         United ...
  • Airlines expected to increase onboard offerings

     
    Besides charging passengers to check luggage, the nation’s airlines have collected billions of dollars in extra revenue by turning their cabins into flying department stores. And experts foresee big growth in such sales in the coming years. The...
  • FAMU to hire PR firm for a year to help handle hazing crisis

     
    Florida A&M University, which has become the focus of national attention for its recent hazing controversies, is hiring a public-relations firm to help it manage the crisis over the next year. And it has agreed to pay $15,000 a month for the help. FAMU...
  • Delta Airlines baggage handler arrested in LAX theft case

     
    A baggage handler and a former baggage handler for Delta Airlines were arrested Thursday on suspicion of stealing tens of thousands of dollars in cash and property from passengers' luggage at Los Angeles International Airport, law enforcement...
  • Pot found in Skippy peanut butter jar at Oakland airport

     
    A man tried to smuggle pot in a jar of Skippy Peanut Butter through security at Oakland International Airport last week, authorities said....