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  • Brazil's Azul airlines planning U.S. launch in 2015; eyeing South Florida airports, WSJ reports

    Brazil's Azul airlines planning U.S. launch in 2015; eyeing South Florida airports, WSJ reports
    South Floridians could soon have a new option for flying to Brazil to visit loved ones, for vacation or to do business. Brazilian airline Azul has plans to expand to the U.S. in early 2015 and will begin flights to Fort Lauderdale or Miami, as well as...
  • JetBlue: Sale fares from Ft. Lauderdale from $94 one-way until Wednesday

    JetBlue: Sale fares from Ft. Lauderdale from $94 one-way until Wednesday
    Thinking of flying soon, well act fast as this airfare sale won’t be around for long. JetBlue Airways is offering sale fares from $94-$304 one-way from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to several U.S. and Caribbean destinations...
  • 'Shooters' band together to keep MIA safe

    'Shooters' band together to keep MIA safe
    They love to hang out at airports and shoot planes – with cameras. Now a band shutterbugs is shoring up security at Miami International Airport by informing law enforcement anytime they spot something or someone suspicious. They have been...
  • JetBlue no vuela más entre WPB y San Juan

    JetBlue no vuela más entre WPB y San Juan
    Después de casi dos años de despegar hacia San Juan, Puerto Rico, desde el Aeropuerto Internacional de Palm Beach, JetBlue Airways suspende la ruta.   El último día para su vuelo sin paradas hasta el aeropuerto internacional Luis Muñoz Marín, en la...
  • Spirit tops in profitability, leads in complaints

    Spirit Airlines ranked among the world's most profitable airlines in 2013, according to an Airline Weekly profitability ranking released Monday. The Miramar-based low-cost carrier was No. 2 with a 17 percent operating profit margin, following Panama's...
  • Study says airline mergers hurt customer satisfaction scores

    A national study on customer satisfaction suggests that passenger satisfaction ratings slump after airlines undergo a merger with another carrier. The nation's top airlines received a combined score of 69 on a 1-to-100 scale, below the average scores...
  • Woman who sued TSA over breast milk wins settlement

    Woman who sued TSA over breast milk wins settlement
    A South Bay woman who sued the Transportation Security Administration over the way agents treated her for trying to bring breast milk on a plane said she won a settlement. The woman, Stacey Armato, said the TSA agreed to pay her $75,000 to settle the...
  • 'Polar vortex' wallops fliers' wallets

    'Polar vortex' wallops fliers' wallets
    Flights canceled in January's "polar vortex" inflicted $2.5 billion in costs on stranded travelers, according to a new analysis. The 49,000 flights canceled last month more than doubled the number halted by Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Snow, sleet and...
  • Soon, airline loyalty will cost you

    Soon, airline loyalty will cost you
    Like many frequent travelers, Glenn Haussman recently received an email from Delta Air Lines about an "update" to its SkyMiles loyalty program. It was so understated that some passengers didn't bother to read it. But Haussman did. "I was not thrilled,"...
  • Woe is the leisure traveler as frequent-flier programs change

    Woe is the leisure traveler as frequent-flier programs change
    In the March 9 On the Spot, reader Kurt Sipolski of Palm Desert asked whether it was legal for airlines to charge a maintenance fee for frequent-flier miles. (It is.) Sipolski's question raised several issues that affect leisure travelers, who are price-...
  • FCC ban on in-flight cellphone calls may be lifted

    FCC ban on in-flight cellphone calls may be lifted
    That screaming baby may no longer be the most annoying thing on your flight. The Federal Communications Commission is considering allowing fliers to make in-flight voice calls on their cellphones once the plane reaches 10,000 feet. The practice has long...