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  • NYC man arrested at airport after credit cards found in luggage

    A New York man was arrested Sunday after Transportation Security Administration agents at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport found nearly 200 credit cards in his duffel bag. David M. Ricketts, 25, faces one count each of trafficking in...
  • Want airline elite status? Here are tips for fliers based in L.A. area

    Want airline elite status? Here are tips for fliers based in L.A. area
    You want free checked bags and extra legroom. Priority boarding sounds nice too. But those perks are reserved for road warriors, the elite fliers among us, right? Not necessarily. Fliers in the Southland can reach elite status with as few as six...
  • Impact of airline mergers a mixed bag, study says

    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....
  • Loyalty rewards overhaul means fewer miles for fliers, study says

    Loyalty rewards overhaul means fewer miles for fliers, study says
    The value of loyalty is on the decline if you are an airline passenger. When United and Delta Air Lines announced plans recently to overhaul their loyalty rewards programs, industry experts assumed the changes would benefit airlines at the expense of...
  • Delta Air Lines loses bid to call itself 'most trusted airline'

    Delta Air Lines loses bid to call itself 'most trusted airline'
    It looks like Delta Air Lines won’t be calling itself the “world’s most trusted airline.” The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected the airline’s request to trademark the slogan “The world’s most trusted...
  • Passengers stuck on plane when airline staff goes home

    After being forced to wait four hours at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport to take off, Delta Air Lines passengers were stuck on a tarmac in Pittsburgh for another hour Friday when no one was around to get them off the jet. Unbeknownst...
  • Flight lands safely at OIA after smoke smell reported

    Flight lands safely at OIA after smoke smell reported
    A Delta Airlines flight landed safely at Orlando International Airport on Friday afternoon after crew reported a smoky smell in the plane's cockpit, an airport official confirmed. The Boeing 757, carrying 231 people, was bound for Orlando from Atlanta,...
  • Delta registra aumento en sus ganancias trimestrales

    Delta registra aumento en sus ganancias trimestrales
    MIAMI - La aerolínea estadounidense Delta Air Lines reportó el miércoles un aumento en sus ganancias trimestrales debido a un mayor flujo de pasajeros y registró mayores ingresos en Estados Unidos y Europa. Las ganancias netas en el segundo trimestre...
  • Our primary picks for Congress: Editorial

    It's hard, but not impossible, for a challenger to knock out a sitting member of Congress. Four of Florida's U.S. representatives lost their seats two years ago. Another set of challengers has taken aim at incumbents this year. It's still not clear what...
  • Delta eases limits on electronic devices on international flights

    Delta eases limits on electronic devices on international flights
    Airlines continue to ease restrictions on electronic devices in planes, with Delta Air Lines now allowing passengers to switch on their gadgets during takeoffs and landings on international flights. Delta was one of the first carriers last year to allow...
  • Canceled flights to Israel slow Pikesville father trying to reach wounded son

    Canceled flights to Israel slow Pikesville father trying to reach wounded son
    Jeffrey Low, the father of a Baltimore-born Israeli soldier who was wounded in Gaza over the weekend, was flying to Tel Aviv on Tuesday to see his son when the news came: Ben Gurion Airport was under attack, and his flight was diverting to Paris. "I...