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  • Food workers nervous about United Airlines catering switch at O'Hare

    Food workers nervous about United Airlines catering switch at O'Hare
    United Airlines is changing catering companies at O'Hare International Airport, swapping from longtime vendor Gate Gourmet to LSG Sky Chefs early next year, a move that has some 700 food workers in Chicago nervous about job security and pay. "They're...
  • United's lawsuit over hidden-city fares thrown out

    United's lawsuit over hidden-city fares thrown out
    An Illinois judge dismissed a United Airlines lawsuit against a website that helps passengers find so-called hidden-city fares to exploit a loophole in the airfare system. The suit against Skiplagged.com and its owner, 22-year-old programmer Aktarer...
  • Charlie Trotter alumni creating meals for United Airlines

    Charlie Trotter alumni creating meals for United Airlines
    United Airlines will create new meals by tapping the expertise of alumni of late celebrity chef Charlie Trotter, the carrier said Tuesday. And United, headquartered in Chicago, will be the official airline of The Trotter Project, a nonprofit organization...
  • Plane with engine fire makes emergency landing in Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Authorities say a plane made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport after one of its two engines caught fire. One passenger was taken to a hospital after reporting chest pains. Officials say the United...
  • Open your mind to Open Skies

    I urge the Tribune editorial board to broaden its perspective on the Open Skies issue beyond the complaints of a few U.S. airlines (“Not a fair flight; The 3 major U.S. carriers have a valid complaint against their Middle East rivals”). The...
  • U.S. carriers telling a one-sided story

    Your April 22 editorial “Not a fair flight” fails to convey the enormous benefits provided by the Gulf carriers to American businesses, American workers and American consumers. U.A.E. airlines contribute billions of dollars every year in...
  • Report: Carriers from Middle East, China pose competitive threat

    Report: Carriers from Middle East, China pose competitive threat
    The recent high-profile fight about whether three Persian Gulf airlines get unfair government subsidies highlights the next stage of competition in the global airline business, with head-spinning growth not only by Gulf carriers but Chinese ones too,...
  • U. S. airlines have nothing on the Middle East carriers

    This is in response to your April 22 editorial “Not a fair flight; The 3 major U.S. carriers have a valid complaint against their Middle East rivals.” I take exception to your position. Flying internationally, the three major U.S. carriers...
  • Joke tweet sparks debate over airline computer security

    Joke tweet sparks debate over airline computer security
    When it comes to security, airlines have never been known for their sense of humor. That became particularly apparent this month to a cybersecurity expert who joked during a flight about hacking into a commercial airplane’s avionics computers...
  • American Airlines' profit surges on lower fuel costs but revenue slips

    American Airlines' profit surges on lower fuel costs but revenue slips
    American Airlines' parent said Friday that the steep drop in fuel costs helped its first-quarter profit nearly double from a year earlier. But American Airlines Group Inc. said its revenue slipped 1.7% to $9.83 billion due to increasing competition, the...
  • Three SkyWest passengers lost consciousness, not just one, airline says

    Three SkyWest passengers lost consciousness, not just one, airline says
    Three passengers on a SkyWest Airlines flight lost consciousness before the plane made an emergency landing at Buffalo Niagara International Airport, the airline said Thursday. Initially, it had said just one passenger passed out. It is unclear why...