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  • Update: Delays continue to grow after LAX shooting

    Update: Delays continue to grow after LAX shooting
    This post was corrected with updated information. The effect of the shooting at Los Angeles International Airport continued to grow Friday, with more delays caused by severe weather at East Coast airports. The fatal shooting that took place at...
  • Taking aviation's pulse

    Taking aviation's pulse
    Every month, the U.S. Department of Transportation releases a fascinating window into the American aviation system, and it's there for everyone to see. The Air Travel Consumer Report usually is released at the second week of each month, with a head-...
  • Southwest jet captain took over controls seconds before hard landing

    Southwest jet captain took over controls seconds before hard landing
    The captain of a Southwest Airlines jet that slammed nose-first onto a runway at New York's LaGuardia Airport last month took over the controls from the first officer just 400 feet before touchdown, federal investigators said in a report that suggests a...
  • Southwest jet's landing gear collapses while landing at LaGuardia

    NEW YORK -- The nose gear of a Southwest Airlines jet collapsed on landing at New York’s LaGuardia Airport on Monday, leaving the jet sitting at a deep forward tilt on the tarmac and forcing the airport’s closure. The Dallas-based airline...
  • Landing gear punched into Southwest 737 jet on landing, NTSB says

    Landing gear punched into Southwest 737 jet on landing, NTSB says
    The landing gear didn't just collapse when a Southwest Airlines jet touched down in New York City and plunged nose-first into the tarmac: The landing gear punched into the plane itself as it skidded for almost half a mile. The new revelations came...
  • Southwest plane's nose gear landed first, NTSB says

    Federal investigators said Thursday that a Southwest Airlines jet that crashed at New York’s LaGuardia Airport landed first on its nose gear before the main landing gear made contact with the runway. “The landing scenario that the report...
  • Disney to donate $2 million for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts

    The Walt Disney Co. on Thursday announced plans to donate $2 million to efforts to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The U.S. death toll from the storm rose to 75 overnight Wednesday, and about 2.5 million remained without power in metropolitan New...
  • Charlie Trotter gets ready to hang it up

    Charlie Trotter gets ready to hang it up
    Charlie Trotter says he first thought of closing his namesake restaurant after his plane sat on the tarmac at LaGuardia Airport on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. “I realized really how fragile the world is,” he reflects. “I love what I...
  • About 400 U.S. flights delayed as sequestration takes hold

    About 400 U.S. flights delayed as sequestration takes hold
    Sequestration is starting to frustrate air travelers. About 400 flights were delayed Sunday because of air traffic controller furloughs, the Federal Aviation Administration said, and a few more interruptions were reported Monday, though the nation's air...
  • 'Threatening' Comment Prompts Scare At LaGuardia Airport; Passenger Arrested

    'Threatening' Comment Prompts Scare At LaGuardia Airport; Passenger Arrested
    A Fort Lauderdale-bound flight was delayed at LaGuardia Airport Monday, after a passenger made a threatening statement, authorities said. According to Port Authority police, the Spirit Airlines flight was scheduled to depart at 10:45 a.m. but when a...
  • Chicago Symphony arrives in Mexico

    Chicago Symphony arrives in Mexico
    GUANAJUATO — The Old World charm is palpable almost the minute you arrive in this 16th Century Spanish colonial city tucked in the mountains of central Mexico. Sunday, warm and clear, was a free day for the musicians of the Chicago Symphony...