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  • Helsinki Airport makes accommodations for pod people

     Helsinki Airport makes accommodations for pod people
    Sometimes when you're traveling, it would be nice to get away from the frantic atmosphere of the airport. If you're in Finland's Helsinki Airport, you can get a respite in the 19 GoSleep sleeping pods available at Gates 18 and 38. Each pod is an ergonomic...
  • Puerto Vallarta a good jumping-off point for Nayarit's tranquillity

    Puerto Vallarta a good jumping-off point for Nayarit's tranquillity
    Tower cranes have become a common sight in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where the ever-changing skyline reflects the resort's increasing popularity and subsequent building boom as hotels expand, renovate and create new lodgings. Vallarta has long been a...
  • Sysco lawyers: Proposed US Foods merger is not bad for competition

    Federal regulators ignored many local competitors in its claim that the proposed merger of Sysco and Rosemont-based US Foods would significantly reduce competition and raise prices, lawyers for Sysco argued Friday. Sysco's lengthy attempt to buy US Foods...
  • 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...
  • Airfares drop with fuel prices, but future's unclear

    Airfares drop with fuel prices, but future's unclear
    With airfares dropping early in 2015, some officials are optimistic that customers will continue to pay less compared to last year. The International Air Transport Association, which represents more than 250 airlines globally, estimated airfare could...
  • Texas Hill Country blooms in the spring

    Texas Hill Country blooms in the spring
    Texas Hill Country is known for its giant oak trees, spring-fed creeks and scenic two-lane highways. This time of year, it's also known for wildflowers, especially bluebonnets, which line the highways with blooms that stretch for miles. Open country...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Flights at LAX delayed or canceled because of storms in Northeast

    Flights at LAX delayed or canceled because of storms in Northeast
    Numerous flights at Los Angeles International Airport have either been delayed or canceled because of extreme weather conditions in the Northeast, officials said Sunday. Three arriving flights have been delayed and 15 canceled because of snowstorms in...