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  • Steady rain, blustery winds forecast for Christmas Eve

    Steady rain, blustery winds forecast for Christmas Eve
    Soaking rain and blustery winds could cause travel delays across the eastern United States on Christmas Eve, forecasters said, after fog and drizzle snarled air traffic Tuesday. An inch or more of rain was expected to fall with steady showers from late...
  • Airline profits up 64%, bag fees generate $900 million in 2nd quarter

    Airline profits up 64%, bag fees generate $900 million in 2nd quarter
    The airline industry strategy of packing cabins to record levels, charging fees for bags, food and entertainment and merging to reduce competition continues to pay off. The nation's airlines posted $3.6 billion in profits in the April-through-June...
  • American Airlines y mexicana Interjet anuncian acuerdo

    American Airlines y mexicana Interjet anuncian acuerdo
    MÉXICO DF - La aerolínea estadounidense American Airlines y la mexicana Interjet firmaron un acuerdo de código compartido que considera conectar inicialmente cinco destinos turísticos en México. En una primera etapa, American compartirá código con...
  • New ad campaign takes flight at Burbank Bob Hope Airport

    Burbank Bob Hope Airport officials are following a marketing playbook that they hope will help raise awareness of the airport by targeting college sports fans throughout the country with bowl season around the corner. The airfield — the official...
  • Pooping Pig And Its Owner Booted From Bradley Flight

    Pooping Pig And Its Owner Booted From Bradley Flight
    WINDSOR LOCKS — Passengers on a US Airways aircraft waiting to depart Bradley International Airport Wednesday morning were puzzled when they saw a pig board their flight. Puzzlement turned to concern for one of those passengers, University of...
  • Bob Hope Airport is making a play for college sports fans

    Bob Hope Airport is making a play for college sports fans
    Bob Hope Airport officials are following a marketing playbook they hope will help raise the airport's profile by targeting college sports fans across the country with bowl season approaching. The Burbank airport — the official airport of the...
  • United earnings double in record quarter

    United earnings double in record quarter
    Chicago-based United Continental Holdings, parent of United Airlines, on Thursday said it doubled earnings to book its highest quarterly profit on the strength of higher revenue and lower costs. Meanwhile, American Airlines, now merged with US Airways,...
  • Retiring flight attendant looks back on nearly 50 years of change

    Retiring flight attendant looks back on nearly 50 years of change
    When Diane Hansen first clipped on her stewardess wings as an 18-year-old, "stews" couldn't be married and had to submit to weigh-ins, girdle checks and hairdo inspections before every flight. Their most important attributes were long legs and pretty...
  • On the Spot: Honor seat reservations? That's up to the airline

    Question: In the Oct. 12 Letters column in the Travel section, a letter headlined "Gloomy Skies" recounted that a US Airways customer service representative said that the airline was not legally obligated to honor seat reservations. Is this fact or...
  • American Airlines folds US Airways into frequent flier program

     American Airlines folds US Airways into frequent flier program
    American Airlines on Tuesday announced a merged frequent-flier program for US Airways customers and its own and will combine loyalty accounts next year, part of its ongoing integration after the December merger to create the world's largest airline. The...
  • Airlines' efforts to boost airfares jumped in October

    Airlines' efforts to boost airfares jumped in October
    October has been the busiest month this year for attempted airfare hikes among major airlines, despite Ebola fears and low jet fuel prices, as a broad-based try by American Airlines last week to raise fares by a few dollars ended in failure, according...