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ReutersThe main trade group representing U.S. airlines said Thursday it expects a 1 percent bump in total air travelers this summer, mostly driven by international passengers. Airlines for America forecast that close to 209 million people will fly on the...
Ventura County StarSALTWATER REPORT Chris Volaski, captain of the New Hustler which runs out of Hook's Sportsfishing, has seen enough sea bass and halibut recently to be optimistic. "They're biting a little earlier this year," Volaski said. "I really feel like there...
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A month ago, Ruth Goldman couldn't imagine taking her twins to the airport to board a plane. Her 11-year-old sons have autism and don't react well to unfamiliar sights and sounds. "It just wasn't even on the list," said Goldman, of Miramar. But this...
As travelers start thinking about winging off to summer vacations, many could learn a few things from expert fliers to ensure they get the best value for their money when booking flights. Price and flight schedules are clearly the primary factors for...
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — In a quest to speed up the boarding process, American Airlines is letting passengers board sooner if they travel lightly. The airline said Thursday that people carrying just a personal item that fits under the seat —...
ReutersLOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - A struggle over the U.S.S. Enterprise's past and future helped sour J.J. Abrams on the "Star Trek" franchise and may have contributed to his decision to take on the "Star Wars" universe. Competing ambitions between Paramount,...
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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefHer sweet, southern charm has endeared her to millions of fans in a career spanning six decades. Dolly Parton is a world-renowned singer, songwriter, actress, author and philanthropist. "It's a proud feeling," said Parton. "Not a vain feeling, but a...
More people will likely fly this summer compared with a year ago as U.S. airlines gain a record level of international passengers, an industry association said on Thursday. Airlines for America, the top U.S. airline industry group, forecast that close...
Got a change of clothes in your backpack? "Otherwise you are going to be wet all day after the water rides," explained KateLynn Schlenker during a recent visit to Disneyland. The 13-year-old Arizonian added, "Throw in some flip-flops, too, so your...
CHESAPEAKE — Regional leaders discussed how to make the most of transportation money available to them Thursday at the board retreat of the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization. With a little leverage, the estimated $200 million in...
Airports will be crowded this summer and empty airline seats rare as Americans take to the skies in numbers that are expected to edge closer to the pre-recession peak. Nearly 209 million people will fly on U.S.-based airlines this summer, up 1% from a...
Sandy Valdivieso and her husband intended to fly from Los Angeles to Dakar, Senegal. They ended up almost 7,000 miles off-course in Dhaka, Bangladesh. How something this bizarre could happen illustrates how a single mix-up on an airline's part can...
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