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Continental moves closer to United

Oct 27, 2009
Continental is leaving the SkyTeam partnership and joining Star Alliance, which is headed by United Airlines. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports on what that means for the airlines.
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How to find lower holiday airfares

Oct 23, 2009
George Hobica of Airfarewatchdog.com discusses what to expect in airline fares for the upcoming holiday season.
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Boeing posts big loss on plane charges

Oct 21, 2009
Jessup & Lamont Airline industry analyst Alex Hamilton talks with Stacey Vanek-Smith about why Boeing has reported a loss of more than $1.5 billion, and whether the Dreamliner will ever get off the ground.
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India's domestic carriers face losses

Oct 15, 2009
India has been one of the fastest-growing markets for plane travel, but the airline industry there is now hurting. Raymond Thibodeaux reports.
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European pilots protest increased hours

Oct 5, 2009
Hundreds of European airline pilots are protesting proposed EU rules that may increase working hours. Stephen Beard reports.
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E.U. concerned over airline venture

Oct 2, 2009
American Airlines has been planning a joint transatlantic venture with British Airways and Iberia. But regulators in Europe have come up with a list of objections to the idea. Stephen Beard reports.
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Airline industry up, but not enough

Sep 29, 2009
The International Air Transport Association says things may be looking up for air travel. But is the good news enough to reverse the hammering the airline industry has taken this recession? Not quite. Alisa Roth reports.
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Airline fees take off in a big way

Sep 25, 2009
The last time you flew, you may have noticed you were opening up your wallet... a lot. Why? Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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Airbus, Boeing to bid on air tankers

Sep 25, 2009
The Pentagon is unveiling bidding rules for a $35 billion contract to build 179 air tankers. Airbus and Boeing are the only firms competing, and Boeing is fearful of the consequences should Airbus win. Steve Henn reports.
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Airlines will make deep cuts to CO2

Sep 22, 2009
The aviation industry is promising to go green, and will pledge at the upcoming U.N. summit to make deep cuts in its CO2 emissions. Bill Radke discusses the move with European correspondent Stephen Beard.
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