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  • Grounding the American-US Airways merger

    The best illustration of the virtues of deregulation may be the U.S. airline industry, which Congress liberated from most nonsafety-related rules in 1978. The cost of flying plummeted as a host of new players entered the business to compete with the major...
  • AA, US Airways to divest several slots, gates to settle merger litigation

    AA, US Airways to divest several slots, gates to settle merger litigation
    Parent companies of merging carriers American Airlines and US Airways have agreed to divest several slots and gates at key U.S. airports to settle litigation challenging their combination from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and several state...
  • No-cash policy causes turbulence for Norwegian airline

    A European low-cost carrier apologized last week after imposing a no-cash policy for passengers wanting to buy onboard extras on new routes to New York and to Bangkok, Thailand. Most airlines in the U.S. already accept only credit cards for payment of...
  • Airlines rank lower in customer satisfaction than the post office

    Airlines rank lower in customer satisfaction than the post office
    Fliers are slightly more satisfied with the service offered by U.S.-based airlines since last year. But with the airline industry ranked below the U.S. Postal Service for customer satisfaction, it still has a way to go. The findings come from an...
  • To get elite status on United, Delta, fliers must spend some cash

    To get elite status on United, Delta, fliers must spend some cash
    If you fly with United or Delta airlines, it will cost you more next year to join one of the elite status groups on their loyalty reward programs. Both airlines announced recently that racking up miles is not enough to qualify for the top tier of the...
  • New York tourist helicopter crash-lands in Hudson River; all safe

    It's not every day something crash-lands on the Hudson River, as a tourist helicopter did Sunday. Officials said a family of four Swedish tourists and their pilot were safe after the private helicopter in which they were riding apparently lost power and...
  • Commuter plane makes emergency landing on belly in Newark

    A commuter plane with 31 passengers aboard was forced to make an emergency belly landing in Newark, N.J., early Saturday morning when the aircraft’s landing gear failed to fully deploy. After circling Newark Liberty International Airport several...
  • For the record

    Voting rights: In the June 30 Section A, an article about the effects of the Supreme Court's decision striking down a key portion of the Voting Rights Act said Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote that black voter registration in Mississippi was 6.4%...
  • United pilots ratify new labor deal

    United pilots ratify new labor deal
    After years of divisive negotiations between United Airlines and its pilots, union members on Saturday ratified a new labor agreement, shedding a bankruptcy-era contract for pilots and marking an important step toward fully integrating United and...
  • California jobs report: Expect more jobs -- in certain industries

    California jobs report: Expect more jobs -- in certain industries
    California will report Friday how the labor market fared in May. Economists expect the California jobs report to show modest growth, but they will be watching a few key industries that will signal whether the recovery is still on track.  The state...
  • Asiana 777 crash: Traveler inside terminal saw 'billowing smoke'

    Asiana 777 crash: Traveler inside terminal saw 'billowing smoke'
    A Phoenix-bound passenger inside the San Francisco International Airport terminal said Saturday that she saw a plane hit the ground and skid on its belly before turning into “billowing smoke.” Krista Seiden, 26, a marketing manager from...
  • 'We were too low, too soon,' passenger on Asiana flight says

    'We were too low, too soon,' passenger on Asiana flight says
    SAN FRANCISCO-- A passenger aboard the Asiana Airlines flight that crashed landed at San Francisco International Airport said the plane’s final approach was too low just before it slammed into the runway. Moments before the crash, passenger...