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  • FAA rules alone won't prevent a drone-jet collision

    FAA rules alone won't prevent a drone-jet collision
    This holiday season, one of the hottest-selling toys has been the quadcopter drone, a tiny remote-controlled helicopter that carries a small video camera anyplace the ground-based operator sends it. While some of these brightly colored quads weigh less...
  • Philadelphia, New York airline hubs cause flight delays to reach 1,500 across the country

    Philadelphia, New York airline hubs cause flight delays to reach 1,500 across the country
    Fog at U.S. airline hubs in New York and Philadelphia slowed travel as the Christmas holiday approached, with about 1,500 flight delays and 260 cancellations spread across the country. Philadelphia International Airport had about 90 inbound and outbound...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • AirTran makes final flight, ending 21-year run

    AirTran makes final flight, ending 21-year run
    AirTran Airways has ceased to exist in an industry that has reshaped itself into something that would not be easily recognized when the Dallas carrier took its first flight about two decades ago. AirTran, which was acquired by Southwest in 2011, joins...
  • 'Emotional support animals' stink up service dog reputation

     'Emotional support animals' stink up service dog reputation
    Jonathan Skolnik was savoring the prospect of having an empty seat next to him on a flight the day before Thanksgiving. Then he saw a woman trundling down the aisle, carrying what looked like a duffel bag. "It wasn't a duffel bag," Skolnik said. "It...
  • Love ya, mean it: Qatar Airways' Facebook page tops 8 million 'likes'

    Hard to tell what's the most popular airline in the world, but Qatar Airways on Monday claimed the title "most-liked global airline on Facebook" after 8.2 million (and counting) social media users hit the "like" button on its page. Qatar Airways did...
  • When Pigs Fly: Laws Governing Emotional Support Animals Are Murky, Obscure

    When Pigs Fly: Laws Governing Emotional Support Animals Are Murky, Obscure
    Can you bring a llama onto an airplane if it helps relieve your anxiety? What about a monkey or even a miniature horse? The questions are not as far-fetched as they sound and were recently in the national spotlight when a woman was booted off a US...
  • Plane headed to Philly makes emergency landing in Rome

    Plane headed to Philly makes emergency landing in Rome
    A US Airways plane headed from Tel Aviv to Philadelphia had to make an unscheduled landing in Rome early Saturday morning after several people aboard the flight complained of feeling sick. US Airways 797, an Airbus A330 with 129 passengers, was in...
  • American Airlines spending $2B to refresh planes, lobbies

    American Airlines spending $2B to refresh planes, lobbies
    American Airlines will spend $2 billion to spruce up its planes and lobbies after its merger with US Airways. "Now that we have the network to compete globally, we're going to deliver a product that's better than our competitors," said Doug Parker,...
  • NTSB retraces final moments of flight that crashed into Gaithersburg house

    NTSB retraces final moments of flight that crashed into Gaithersburg house
    In the final seconds before it careened into the houses below, pilot Michael Rosenberg fought to control a pitching, rolling airplane that was losing the ability to fly. During the last 20 seconds of flight an automated verbal warning in the cockpit...