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  • Dulles International Airport without power for hours

    The power is back on at Washington Dulles International Airport. Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority spokesman Jonathon Freye says the power went off around 1:25 p.m. Saturday and was restored shortly before 4 p.m. During the outage, some...
  • Plane lands in Denver after blowing tire on take-off

    A Republic Airlines flight from Denver to Kansas City landed safely on Saturday after it was forced to return to Denver International Airport after one of its tires blew on takeoff. Airport officials say the plane circled to burn off fuel before making a...
  • United cutting 69 jobs at PBIA, 115 at MIA

    United cutting 69 jobs at PBIA, 115 at MIA
    United Airlines plans to lay off 69 employees in transportation and warehousing at Palm Beach International Airport, as well as 115 at Miami International Airport. The employee cuts would take effect between May 17 and 31, according to a notice the...
  • United testing new boarding area models at O'Hare

    United testing new boarding area models at O'Hare
    United Airlines is experimenting with prototype boarding areas at O'Hare International Airport with the aim of making the time passengers spend waiting for a flight more comfortable and productive at its gates there. At gates B-4, B-8 and B-10 in...
  • 2 hurt after aircraft tug hits jet bridge at OIA

    2 hurt after aircraft tug hits jet bridge at OIA
    Two people, including a child, were hurt Tuesday when an aircraft tug hit a jet bridge at Orlando International Airport, officials said. The tug, a vehicle that moves jets, hit the accordion-style hallway as passengers were getting off United Airlines...
  • StubHub has a confused response to its confusing Web page

     StubHub has a confused response to its confusing Web page
    When businesses screw up, they too often duck responsibility and tell customers to pound sand. Think of United Airlines recently saying it wouldn't honor thousands of trans-Atlantic tickets mistakenly sold for as little as $75. When consumers mess up,...
  • 2 injured when vehicle hits jet bridge at OIA

    Officials say two people were injured when an aircraft tug hit a jet bridge at Orlando International Airport. An OIA spokesman says the vehicle hit the accordion-style hallway Tuesday morning as passengers were getting off United Airlines Flight 1294...
  • Traveler numbers dip slightly at Bob Hope Airport

    The number of passengers traveling through Bob Hope Airport declined in December and January, compared to the same months a year prior, but passenger traffic for the 2014 calendar year, as a whole, was essentially flat, according to the latest statistics....
  • U.S. airlines say Persian Gulf-based carriers got billions in subsidies

    U.S. airlines say Persian Gulf-based carriers got billions in subsidies
    Three of the largest U.S. airlines have accused competitors from the United Arab Emirates and Qatar of accepting $42 billion in government subsidies, giving the Persian Gulf-based airlines an unfair competitive advantage. American, Delta and United...
  • United Airlines slightly shifting ticketing operation at BWI

    Passengers checking in for United Airlines flights at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport are going to be going to a slightly different place. Starting on Thursday, ticketing and check-in operations for United Airlines are moving...
  • U.S. airlines to Gulf carriers: 'Compete fairly'

    U.S. airlines to Gulf carriers: 'Compete fairly'
    America's largest three airlines came together Thursday to release a report claiming that three fast-growing Persian Gulf carriers have received $42 billion in illegal subsidies from their governments over the past decade. Officials from Chicago-based...