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Bradley International Airport

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  • Stranded passengers may not be able to sue, attorney says

     
    JetBlue Airways and the parent company for American Airlines could face stiff fines for stranding hundreds of passengers in planes on an airport tarmac for seven hours during a snowstorm last month. But a lawyer who specializes in business litigation........
  • German Celeb Sightings, Subway Honor System and Going Inside The German Chancellery

    German Celeb Sightings, Subway Honor System and Going Inside The German Chancellery
    It's Tuesday morning here in Berlin. Sunday afternoon I left Bradley International Airport, flying to Philadelphia and then on to Berlin following a short layover in Brussels. I met up with two of my program-mates at the aiport in Berlin:  Derrall...
  • Fire Chief: Manchester Cross Country Meet Unprepared For Heat That Hospitalized Runners

     Fire Chief: Manchester Cross Country Meet Unprepared For Heat That Hospitalized Runners
    MANCHESTER — Four athletes, two of whom lost consciousness, and an adult were hospitalized with heat-related symptoms during a cross-country championship at Wickham Park on Wednesday afternoon, and the fire chief said that he was never made aware of...
  • FAA Center Fire Near Chicago Grounds Thousands Of Flights

    CHICAGO — Nearly 2,000 flights in Chicago were canceled Friday and air traffic across the U.S. was snarled after a fire that officials say was deliberately set at a Federal Aviation Administration radar center, allegedly by a disgruntled worker....
  • Police Presence Increased At Bradley Airport, Rail Lines

    Police Presence Increased At Bradley Airport, Rail Lines
    HARTFORD — Connecticut State Police will increase their presence at Metro-North and Amtrak rail lines along with Bradley International Airport, but it is not in response to a specific credible threat, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Thursday....
  • Connecticut Companies Taking Part In Trade Mission In Brussels

    The original plan was to fly from Hartford to Amsterdam and travel by train to Brussels for meetings. Then Delta Airlines canceled its plan to resume direct service from Bradley International Airport to The Netherlands. So Anne Evans, head of the U.S....
  • East Hartford Hotel Developers Eye Lucrative Niche Market

    East Hartford Hotel Developers Eye Lucrative Niche Market
    The number of guests staying at Hartford-area hotels slid sharply in the first four months of 2009 compared with last year, as the recession takes a toll on business and leisure travel. But the developer of a 121-room, limited service hotel under...
  • Guilty: Former Governor Enters Plea, Ends Long Struggle

    Facing the likelihood of indictment in January, former Gov. John G. Rowland ended months of resistance Thursday and pleaded guilty to a single conspiracy charge in a deal with federal prosecutors that is expected to send him to prison. Rowland, 47, a...
  • Rowland's Troubles Began Two Years Ago With Subpoena Delivered To His Office About State Contract With Tomasso

    The beginning of the end of Gov. John G. Rowland's administration came on Nov. 12, 2002, when a subpoena from federal authorities arrived at his office seeking reams of records involving his former co-chief of staff, Peter N. Ellef. Federal authorities...
  • Embraer Closes Jet Maintenance Center At Bradley Airport Months After Opening

    Embraer Closes Jet Maintenance Center At Bradley Airport Months After Opening
    When the Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer broke ground on a $10 million executive jet service center at Bradley International Airport in July 2007, the future looked bright for the corporate aircraft industry. That year and the next delivered on their...
  • Connecticut's Wet, Cool Summer Has Been Just Perfect For Blueberries

    Connecticut's Wet, Cool Summer Has Been Just Perfect For Blueberries
    In the rolling fields of Rose's Berry Farm in South Glastonbury recently, customers swarmed the rows of blueberry bushes, heavy with fruit, filling buckets to the brim. Waiting in a clearing for a ride back to the parking lot, Raymond Fecteau lugged...