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Air Transportation

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  • Frontier Airlines' service to Denver moving to MIA

    Frontier Airlines' service to Denver moving to MIA
    Frontier Airlines is expanding in South Florida with new service from Miami International Airport to four U.S. cities later this year, the Denver-based carrier announced Tuesday. On Dec. 20, the low-cost carrier will launch daily nonstop service between...
  • TSA officals at Norfolk airport demonstrate how to travel with firearms

    TSA officals at Norfolk airport demonstrate how to travel with firearms
    In this post 9/11 era, it's still possible to travel by air with a gun – as long as it's done correctly, according to the Transportation Security Administration. With hunting season coming up, TSA officials at Norfolk International Airport...
  • 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...
  • Newport News to ask People Express to repay grant funds

    Newport News to ask People Express to repay grant funds
    The city of Newport News plans to put People Express and Vision Airlines on notice that they need to pay back a portion of the grant funding People Express received if service is not restored quickly. "They are in default," said Newport News City...
  • Air traffic meltdown puts FAA vulnerability in spotlight

    Air traffic meltdown puts FAA vulnerability in spotlight
    Demands for answers and promises of technology breakthroughs bounced across Washington on Monday as the nation's air traffic control system continued its gradual recovery from the fire at an Aurora radar facility that has grounded thousands of flights...
  • Lawyer says suspect in Aurora radar center fire a danger to himself

    Lawyer says suspect in Aurora radar center fire a danger to himself
    The man charged with setting a fire at the Aurora radar facility, wreaking havoc on the nation's air traffic system, was ordered detained today after his lawyer declined to fight for his release. Federal prosecutors argued that Brian Howard was a danger...
  • Loaded gun seized at BWI Marshall Airport

    Loaded gun seized at BWI Marshall Airport
    A man with a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun in his carry-on bag was arrested at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Monday — marking the seventh time this year officers have seized a firearm at the airport's...
  • Report: Loaded shotgun found in Miami airport bathroom

    Authorities are investigating the discovery of a loaded shotgun that was found Monday inside a bathroom at Miami International Airport, WTVJ-Ch. 6 is reporting. Additionally, two boxes of ammunition were found outside the restroom in Terminal D, the...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Season 7 starts with new coaches, new possibilities

    'The Voice' recap: Season 7 starts with new coaches, new possibilities
    Is it me, or does it feel like Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani have been coaches on "The Voice" forever? The two music industry mega-talents made their debuts as the singing-competition show kicked off its seventh season Monday night, joining veteran...
  • Sanford International Airport to replace TSA with private security

    Sanford International Airport to replace TSA with private security
    Private guards will take over security at Orlando Sanford International Airport early next year — a move U.S. Rep. John Mica and airport Director Larry Dale predict will result in more passenger-friendly service and shorter lines. But even with...
  • Airport officials accused of bias against Ontario International

    Airport officials accused of bias against Ontario International
    A Riverside County congressman on Monday said he was offended by comments attributed in a lawsuit to a top Los Angeles airport official, who made insulting remarks about people living in the Inland Empire and their attempt to take control of LA/Ontario...