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  • The Bell Curve: A flight gone awry

    First off, let's deal with the bias. For the past two weeks, you may have been following the adventures of a lady named Cynthia Angel, who got bumped from a Delta Air Lines flight for disputed reasons that have turned into one of those lingering...
  • Big passengers should ask about seat policies before flight

    "Too wide for the sky?" With that angry Twitter post and a slew of unprintable other tweets and blog posts, indie film director Kevin Smith earlier this month renewed a big, fat controversy over how airlines should handle passengers who can't squeeze...
  • Japan earthquake travel update: Airlines divert flights, waive change fees

    Japan earthquake travel update: Airlines divert flights, waive change fees
    Airlines, responding to the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan, were diverting flights from affected airports Friday and waiving change fees for travelers headed to or through the Asian nation. As of early Friday Pacific time, all airport...
  • 2 unruly passengers held on Chicago-related flights

    2 unruly passengers held on Chicago-related flights
    One passenger was wrestled down on a flight headed for Chicago on Sunday afternoon as he tried to open the plane's door in flight, and a second unruly passenger who rushed the cockpit on a flight out of Chicago was subdued as the plane approached San...
  • On the Spot: Here, don't have a seat

    On the Spot: Here, don't have a seat
    Question: On Oct. 16, I bought two tickets from Delta Air Lines through Chase Rewards for $794.80. We paid $599.86 plus 19,494 points. We received a trip confirmation letter from Chase, with a Delta logo, giving our flight numbers, departure times and...
  • East Coast blizzard cancels JWA flights

    Some John Wayne Airport passengers are getting a post-Christmas lump of coal. Airlines canceled a handful of flights Monday and delays persist, as the nation's air travel system recovered from a blizzard on the East Coast. On Monday, Continental Airlines...
  • 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...
  • Rahm Emanuel back to Congress?

     
    by John McCormick and Dan Mihalopoulos White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is interested in potentially returning to Chicago someday to reclaim the congressional seat he held until a month ago, a candidate running to replace him said Sunday.......
  • Airline traffic continues to grow but still below pre-recession numbers

     
    U.S.-based airlines carried 720.4 million domestic and international passengers in 2010, a 2.4% increase over the previous year, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The total for 2010 is still about 3% below the...
  • LAX: In defense of our humble international airport

     
    The stream of complaints about LAX and other less attractive terminals leads one to believe there's something about airports that turns average Wal-Mart and Target shoppers into discriminating consumers of fine retail....
  • Airline Quality Rating puts Orlando-based AirTran in top spot

     
    A study of airline performance says things got better in the industry during 2010 for the third year in a row. The Airline Quality Rating, a joint project between Wichita State University and Purdue University, found that the airline industry improved...