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  • Ebola 'joke' gets man escorted off US Airways plane

    Ebola 'joke' gets man escorted off US Airways plane
    A passenger on a US Airways flight from Philadelphia to the Dominican Republic on Wednesday was greeted by agents in hazmat suits after he allegedly made a joke about Ebola. A video uploaded on YouTube by a passenger shows at least four people in blue...
  • Hazmat crew boards flight after passenger jokes about having Ebola

    Hazmat crew boards flight after passenger jokes about having Ebola
    "I have Ebola. You're all screwed." Those were the words allegedly said by a passenger aboard a US Airways flight from Philadelphia to the Dominican Republic this week, CNN reports. The man caused a scare aboard US Airways Flight 845 Wednesday after...
  • Ebola joke gets man escorted off plane

    Ebola joke gets man escorted off plane
    A passenger on a US Airways flight Wednesday from Philadelphia to the Dominican Republic was greeted by agents in hazmat suits after he allegedly made a joke about Ebola. A video uploaded on YouTube by a passenger shows at least four people in blue...
  • A Southwest 1st: Chicago-to-Love Field flights

     A Southwest 1st: Chicago-to-Love Field flights
    Southwest Airlines will begin its first-ever nonstop flights between Chicago and its home base at Love Field in Dallas on Monday when a decades-old governmental restriction that limited flights from that airport officially lifts. The move to add nonstop...
  • U.S. airlines posting later arrival times

    U.S. airlines posting later arrival times
    Domestic airlines in August were tardier than last year, and carriers with a big presence in the Chicago region ranked below average, according to new numbers released Thursday from the U.S. Department of Transportation. And, as usual in recent months,...
  • Airline fees for unaccompanied minors can be a big surprise

    A lot of parents and grandparents who'll be shuffling kids back and forth on airplanes during the holidays may be in for a shock when booking the flight. That's because of a hefty fee most airlines charge for any minors flying alone. The fee, of course,...
  • A spectacular British Columbia road trip along Sea to Sky Highway

    A spectacular British Columbia road trip along Sea to Sky Highway
    The ink was barely dry on my driver's license in the early '70s when I set off on my first road trip from home in North Vancouver, Canada. Back then Highway 99 — or the Squamish Highway — was a dangerous, zigzagging, two-lane route chopped...
  • Travel letters: Flying's effects on global climate change

    Travel letters: Flying's effects on global climate change
    Regarding "6.3 Billion People Flew in 2013" [Need to Know, Sept. 28]: About 6.3 billion people flew last year, a 4.6% increase over the year before. Some saw melting glaciers caused by CO2 emissions from vehicles of all types. Ask anyone who travels if...
  • Poll: JetBlue, Alaska Air have most comfortable seats

    JetBlue Airways and Alaska Airlines have the most comfortable coach seats, while no major airline ranked near the top in results of a poll released Thursday by Airfarewatchdog. Asked which domestic airline has the most comfortable economy-class seats,...
  • Frontier focuses on Chicago from new O'Hare base

    Frontier focuses on Chicago from new O'Hare base
    Frontier Airlines, continuing its blitz on Chicago, is expected Tuesday to announce four more flights from its new base at O'Hare International Airport as the discounter transitions out of Chicago's Midway Airport.  The announcement comes on the heels...
  • American Airlines to give flight attendants tablets, replacing paper manuals

    American Airlines to give flight attendants tablets, replacing paper manuals
    American Airlines said Wednesday it will become the first major airline to give its flight attendants tablet computers to replace traditional heavy paper manuals, and it expects the change to save it nearly $1 million a year.  Flight attendants...