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Associated PressWASHINGTON - Lost luggage, bad weather and now ... no fuel? While fliers haven't yet had to add that problem to the list of headaches associated with air travel, it may not be far away. Airports in Arizona, California, Florida and Nevada recently came...
Sun StaffA Colorado company will construct Baltimore's publicly financed convention headquarters hotel, city officials said yesterday - replacing Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., which could not keep its projected cost within the budget. Also yesterday, the...
sun reporterBrian Mathews called his mother from the plane Thanksgiving morning, gleefully reporting that Southwest Airlines had let him board first in San Diego and thanked the uniformed Marine over the intercom for his service. It was another small bit of good...
Sun StaffWorried about further terrorist attacks, federal officials shut down the nation's entire air transportation system yesterday, ordering thousands of airplanes out of the skies and prohibiting takeoffs at airports nationwide. The unprecedented "ground...
Sun StaffJohn Cooper Jr. is a cog in a 32,000-person wheel, but every time a Southwest plane lands he feels the satisfaction of knowing that without him the company doesn't fly. Cooper is a baggage handler, called a ramp agent, for Southwest Airlines at...
Special To The SunNORFOLK, Va. -- The "new" Norfolk hasn't yet sparked the hype of, say, Atlanta or Charlotte. But this historic city's continuing urban renaissance could make it the next gleaming gem of the so-called New South. Situated along waterways where the...
Tags: Inner Harbor, Andy Warhol, Freemasonry, Arts, Weather Reports
Sun StaffThings couldn't get much worse for airlines. With passenger loads down, the economy slipping toward recession and losses projected to reach $3.5 billion, many analysts said the industry was ripe for a round of layoffs and cutbacks. That was before Sept....
Sun StaffEach spring the money starts flowing into the bars, restaurants and hotels around Camden Yards when the Orioles are in town. This year, nearly 3 million people from across the region are expected to converge to see the Orioles play, pouring out of...
Tags: IBM, Baltimore Orioles, Banking, Inner Harbor, Montreal Expos
SunSpot StaffAs executive director of the Maryland Aviation Administration, David L. Blackshear has overseen Baltimore-Washington International Airport's unprecedented growth over the last few years. He recently discussed the state's billion dollar plans for the...
From Staff And Wire ReportsWASHINGTON - The Bush administration raised the nation's terror alert level yesterday, warning that new intelligence suggests the threat in this country that may be greater now than at any time since the Sept. 11 attacks two years ago. U.S. officials,...
Sun StaffRobbed of the comforts of an air-conditioned commute on the train, Jeff Roberts calmly climbed down the stairs of his Midtown Manhattan office building late yesterday afternoon and readied himself for an eight-mile walk home. Roberts, an AT&T Corp....
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