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Air Transportation

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  • Fees to airlines going up at Fort Lauderdale airport

    Airlines will soon pay more to operate at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The Broward County Board of Commissioners Tuesday approved the airport's request to increase rates for landing fees, gate and terminal charges, and facility use...
  • TSA removes barbecue from passenger's checked bag

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Bob Porter wasn't about to leave Kansas City without tasting its world famous barbecue. Porter, a government affairs consultant from Washington, D.C., flew in over the weekend to attend the Chiefs-Redskins game with a group of friends....
  • New nonstop service from L.A. to Osaka, Japan, to begin in March

    New nonstop service from L.A. to Osaka, Japan, to begin in March
    Japan Airlines announced Monday that part of its service expansion plans this year include adding daily nonstop flights between Los Angeles and Osaka, Japan, the country's third largest city. A recent statement from the airline says it will fly Boeing...
  • Police capture suspect at Phoenix airport; terminal reopens

    Police capture suspect at Phoenix airport; terminal reopens
    A portion of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport was reopened Thursday evening after dozens of police officers shut a terminal to search for a man who had fled from the scene of a shooting in nearby Tempe earlier in the day. Sgt. Steve Martos, a...
  • Police arrest shooting suspects at Phoenix's Sky Harbor airport

    Police arrest shooting suspects at Phoenix's Sky Harbor airport
    (Reuters) - Police in Phoenix have arrested three shooting suspects following an hours-long manhunt at the city's Sky Harbor International Airport on Thursday, following a shooting at a nearby gas station, authorities said. Officers with the Tempe Police...
  • OPD: Shirtless, greasy, barefoot man tried to stow away on JetBlue plane

    OPD: Shirtless, greasy, barefoot man tried to stow away on JetBlue plane
    Buying a pricey plane ticket and standing in the slow-moving airport security line may not be the most glamorous travel accommodations. But ex-convict Demetrice Hall learned that there are worse ways to try to get to New York City. Hall, 32, of Orlando,...
  • Major aviation conference said to benefit Chicago

    Major aviation conference said to benefit Chicago
    Many of the world's top airline and airport officials will descend on Chicago this weekend for a global conference that city officials say will be among the largest economic development events of the year for the city and the region. Chicago officials...
  • TSA boss: Passenger pre-screening to be new standard

    TSA boss: Passenger pre-screening to be new standard
    Almost half of U.S. airline passengers this summer passed through expedited security, a sign that pre-screening is becoming the norm, the chief of the Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday in Chicago. And the current 3-ounce limit on...
  • Bob Hope Airport sees slight bump in passengers

    Bob Hope Airport sees slight bump in passengers
    After a two-month dip in passengers at Bob Hope Airport, there was a 1.2% increase in July compared to the same month last year, despite a 4.7% drop in available seats, according to the latest passenger report. The airfield handled 322,512 passengers in...
  • Atlanta airport to reopen after partial shutdown over suspicious package

    (Reuters) - Part of the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport was set to reopen on Monday after a suspicious package found inside the departures section of the international terminal caused a brief shutdown, an airport spokesman said. Local...
  • Getting there is half the fun for UCLA football

    A loud thump — followed by an even louder curse — echoes from somewhere inside a cavernous semi trailer parked near the UCLA practice field. It is Monday morning, five days before the football season opener in Virginia, and the student...