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United, BMI to open skies together

Apr 4, 2007
Good news for consumers: BMI and United Airlines are seeking approval to form an alliance that will provide a seamless experience for passengers traveling between the U.S. and Europe when the open skies treaty takes effect.
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Aeroflot makes bid for Alitalia

Apr 3, 2007
The state-owned Russian airline may snap up a big chunk of the Italian airline's stock. Alitalia has been losing money for six of seven years, losing half a billion dollars in taxpayers' cash just last year.
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E.U. agrees to 'Open Skies'

Mar 22, 2007
European Union transportation ministers have approved an agreement that's expected to increase airline flights and lower ticket prices between the U.S. and Europe starting next year. Stephen Beard explains.
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Revolutionary tourists

Mar 21, 2007
A growing number of Americans, seeking a street-level view of 21st-century socialism, are traveling to visit Venezuela under President Hugo Chavez. Dan Grech reports.
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This in-flight film is not yet rated

Mar 21, 2007
Airlines face their own editing dilemma: For every passenger who complains about scenes being cut from in-flight movies, there's a parent who's outraged at content that's been left in. Enter a plea for federal standards.
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Will Virgin's deal open skies?

Mar 21, 2007
The transportation department's surprise move to let Virgin America operate in the U.S. could create even bigger waves in the travel industry if it sways E.U. opinion ahead of tomorrow's vote on the Open Skies Treaty.
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China wants to build passenger planes

Mar 19, 2007
The Chinese government says it plans to compete with Boeing and Airbus in making passenger jets. Our Shanghai correspondent, Scott Tong, gets into the details with host Scott Jagow.
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A380's size matters

Mar 19, 2007
The Airbus A380 jumbo jet lands in New York later today on a promotional flight. Can Airbus convince anybody to buy this plane? Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
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The cost of staying grounded

Mar 16, 2007
Airlines cancelled hundreds of flights today because of ugly weather forecasts in the Northeast. Alisa Roth reports that it might not have been the wisest economic decision.
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A case against open skies

Mar 13, 2007
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic have put aside their rivalry for the day. They're trying to convince Britain's Parliament not to sign off on the proposed open skies agreement with the U.S.
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