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JFK to build new cargo warehouse

May 6, 2010
Plans are underway to build a cargo warehouse at New York's JFK airport, the first in nearly a decade. This bodes well for the health of global trade, as JFK handles more cargo than most airports in the world. Jill Barshay reports.
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Ash cloud not delaying as many flights

May 4, 2010
Air ravel delays are still occurring in Europe due to ash from Iceland's recent volcanic eruption. But the delays are much less massive and the problem is much less considerable than it was a few weeks ago. Stephen Beard reports.
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Will United-Continental impact prices?

May 3, 2010
United and Continental have agreed to merge, a move that would overtake Delta's status as the world's largest airline. The airlines estimate it'll save them $300 million a year. Jeremy Hobson reports.
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United, Continental officially merging

May 3, 2010
The merger of the two carriers will create the world's largest airline in a deal worth over $3 billion. Brett Neely reports.
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United by name, Continental by logo

May 3, 2010
To demonstrate the union of airlines United and Continental as a "merger of equals," the company planes will represent both carriers in a special...
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United, Continental Airlines to merge

Apr 30, 2010
United and Continental Airlines have been talking about a merger for years, and now they could officially join forces as soon as Monday. The deal would create the world's biggest carrier. Jennifer Collins reports.
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New airline rule fines $25K for delays

Apr 29, 2010
A new airline rule says that carriers will be fined more than $25,000 per passenger if they're kept waiting on the tarmac for more than three hours. But some experts say that doesn't address inadequacies in the system. Alisa Roth reports.
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Euro airlines dread paying for volcano

Apr 22, 2010
With flights once again taking off in Europe, some airlines are worrying about what required passenger compensation will do to their bottom lines. Some low-budget carriers are openly criticizing the requirement. Stephen Beard reports.
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Costs huge as flights take off in Europe

Apr 20, 2010
Airports in Europe are allowing flights to take off again as the plume of volcanic ash becomes less of a threat. But early estimates project a cost of $1.5 billion to the airlines. Stephen Beard reports.
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Iceland volcano eruption clouds air, economy

Apr 19, 2010
A massive ash cloud spreading across Europe from Iceland's erupting volcano is expected to cost the global economy billions before the air clears...
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