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Delta's back. . . and it's not cheap

Apr 30, 2007
The airline says it's learned from its mistakes. Delta's post-bankruptcy money-making plan is to stay out of the low-cost fray and go after customers who are willing to pay for a better experience, Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
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NWA's attendants agree to work for less

Apr 26, 2007
Flight attendants at Northwest Airlines tentatively agreed today to paycuts that should clear the way for the troubled airline to emerge from bankruptcy by June. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Jobs, Travel

Oh, stewardess! . . . That's gonna cost ya!

Apr 24, 2007
Airlines are now charging passengers for amenities that used to be standard. Everything from food to pillows. Commentator Beth Teitell says it's time for the traveling public to fight back.
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Biofueled planes coming soon

Apr 24, 2007
Virgin Airlines has announced it's working with Boeing and GE to get a jet powered by biofuels into the air next year. If all goes well, they could be flying commercially inside five years.
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Delta giving flight to voluntary carbon tax

Apr 23, 2007
Environmentally-conscious travelers will soon have the opportunity to put their money where their mouths are. Delta is going to offer passengers an option to pay a $5 to $11 surcharge per ticket to offset carbon emissions.
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Airbus offers a 2fer

Apr 20, 2007
Airbus has a new, low price on its A-350: Only $100 million. And if you buy one, they'll give you another! Lisa Napoli explains.
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Plane makers slash prices

Apr 20, 2007
There are some great bargains on the table if you're an airline in the market for new planes. Rivals Boeing and Airbus are offering huge discounts on their midsized and jumbo jets in the ongoing battle for customers.
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Delta OK'd for reorganization

Apr 17, 2007
Creditors have agreed to take a 20 to 30 percent hit and approve a reorganization plan that puts Delta on course to emerge from bankruptcy by month's end. It's great news for Delta — and maybe the U.S. airline industry.
Posted In: Travel, Wall Street

Ryanair en route to U.S.?

Apr 13, 2007
Europe's biggest low-cost airline is hoping to fly through the newly Open Skies to the U.S. with flights starting as low as $28 round trip. Yes $28 — but it may not be the most comfortable 16 hours of your life.
Posted In: Canada, Travel

United passes the $10 buck

Apr 12, 2007
Los Angeles International Airport is raising the rent and United Airlines is passing the increase onto travelers with a $10 per ticket surcharge — effective immediately.
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