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  • Orlando dice "Obrigado" a turistas brasileños

    Orlando dice "Obrigado" a turistas brasileños
    Perfumes, maletas y los cada vez más populares selfie sticks son algunos de los productos que no se quedan por fuera de las listas de compras de turistas brasileños en el Brazil Center en International Drive. El lugar, a menos de dos millas del...
  • How British Airways will affect you

    How British Airways will affect you
    Within the last three weeks, British Airways has made two moves that will have a big impact on you U.S. travelers -- even if you don't ever visit Britain. New Frequent Flyer Program. BA is following the lead of Delta and United in revising its...
  • Short-lived sales can be the ticket to big savings

    Some of the best fares we see are from short-lived sales. We have been seeing some incredibly priced snooze-you-lose fares recently. If you act fast, you can take advantage of some great fares to destinations in the continental U.S., Hawaii and abroad....
  • Avoiding fees and surcharges on airlines' frequent-flier award tickets

    You've worked hard for your award ticket, piling up miles in hopes of the free ticket at the end of the rainbow. But surprise: "Award tickets are never free," says Ben Schlappig, an award travel expert and the founder of the blog One Mile at a Time....
  • Tribune report: Emanuel's rare political reach fuels fundraising machine

     Tribune report: Emanuel's rare political reach fuels fundraising machine
    When three Chicago financial trading firms traveled to Washington, D.C., for a crucial meeting with federal regulators, they didn't go alone. They brought a man schooled in the ways of the capital who had recently received $182,000 in political...
  • Fog in Phoenix causes flight delays, cancellations at start of Super Bowl Sunday

    Officials at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport said flight operations were back to normal by Sunday afternoon after dense fog caused numerous delays and cancellations. Airport spokeswoman Heather Lissner said that all departing flights were back...
  • American Airlines pilots approve new contract, with nearly two thirds in favor

    DALLAS American Airlines pilots have approved a new five-year contract that gives them 24 percent pay raises this year and small pay raises in future years. The Allied Pilots Association said 65.68 percent voted in favor of the deal, with 34.32 percent...
  • American Airlines' fuel-buying bet pays off in record profit

    American Airlines, the world's largest carrier, took a big gamble in fuel buying last year — and it paid off in record profit. "This was the best year in the long, proud history of American Airlines," Chief Executive Doug Parker said Tuesday....
  • Airlines begin digging out from storm in northeastern US

    Airlines begin digging out from storm in northeastern US
    Lingering snow and subfreezing temperatures mean that travel delays in the Northeast will extend through Wednesday, even if the storm wasn't as bad as expected. Airlines have already cancelled more than 500 flights for Wednesday, according to...
  • Un centenar de vuelos cancelados en sur de Florida por temporal de nieve|FOTOS

    Un centenar de vuelos cancelados en sur de Florida por temporal de nieve|FOTOS
    El poderoso temporal de nieve que azota vastas zonas del noreste de EE.UU. obligó a cancelar hoy cerca de un centenar de vuelos en los aeropuertos internacionales de Miami (MIA) y Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL), informaron dos portavoces. A las 16.00...
  • Travelers stranded as thousands of flights canceled before storm's arrival

    Travelers stranded as thousands of flights canceled before storm's arrival
    Airline travelers are going nowhere fast because of the blizzard bearing down on the Northeast. By early Monday evening, more than 6,700 U.S. flights through Tuesday had already been scrubbed, according to tracking service FlightAware.com. Most were to...