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  • Airbus alista modernización de aviones A330 con Rolls-Royce

    PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus modernizará sus aviones A330 con motores entregados exclusivamente por Rolls-Royce, lo que abre el camino a una nueva etapa en la batalla por los pedidos de naves de fuselaje ancho con el 787 Dreamliner de Boeing, dijeron personas...
  • Is it worth $100 to skip airport security lines?

    (Reuters) - (The author is a Reuters contributor. The opinions expressed are his own.) Benet Wilson is one of the 2.5 million Americans who have paid a yearly fee to skip security lines at airports and thinks it's worth every penny she paid for a five-...
  • American's new 777-300 planes bring luxury to long overseas flights

    ABOARD AMERICAN FLIGHT 137 Boarding American Airlines' new Boeing 777-300ER, passengers are greeted by soft mood lighting and an archway leading through a walkup bar. Bose noise-canceling headsets, bed slippers and amenity kits with Dermalogica and...
  • Export-Import Bank supporters seek time for reforms

    Republican lawmakers who want to save the Export-Import Bank pushed for changes to its operations as they tried to balance strong conservative opposition to the agency with vocal support from business executives worried its disappearance would harm the...
  • Future of U.S. export lender at risk as conservatives mount attack

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The future of the U.S. Export-Import Bank was thrown further into doubt on Wednesday after an influential conservative lawmaker labeled the bank an example of corporate cronyism that benefits multi-nationals at the expense of...
  • Little-known Export-Import Bank ignites big trade fight

    WASHINGTON At roughly $25 a pop, there's good money to be made in supplying the world with plastic traffic poles. Pexco, a small manufacturing company with 150 employees in Fife, Wash., already ships the poles to 28 countries. If all goes as planned,...
  • TSA opening new center for quicker screening at Orlando International

    TSA opening new center for quicker screening at Orlando International
    Passengers weary of going through sometimes long and tedious security lines at Orlando International Airport could start getting a break — if they are willing to pay $85 and get fingerprinted. The Transportation Security Administration on...
  • Severe weather causes airport delays

    Severe weather Thursday evening affected air traffic in and out of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Forty-one departures and 11 arrivals had been delayed, according to Greg Meyer, Broward County Aviation Department spokesman. "Our...
  • Happy 85th birthday, Delta: Museum reopens to tell airline's story

    It was wheels up Tuesday on the renovated Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, an attraction dedicated to telling the story of how a rural crop-dusting operation in the South became the modern-day Delta Air Lines. The carrier operated its first passenger...
  • Why some bags are not going to fly this summer

    By Mitch Lipka (Reuters) - Jamming as much as possible into carry-on luggage has become routine for travelers, considering the fees many airlines charge for checking baggage. But those bags may be barred from overhead bins this summer. Some travelers...
  • Impact of airline mergers a mixed bag, study says

    The spate of airline mergers over the past decade raised fear among consumer advocates that the consolidation would kill competition and hike fares. In fact, the results have been a bit more mixed, according to a study released last week. The U.S....