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Will new technology improve your airport experience?

by Adam Allington Jun 15, 2017
Delta Airlines is testing new biometrics technology that would allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection to record facial images of travelers leaving the United States. The measure is being touted as a way to boost security and make life easier…

Is Spirit Airlines' business model to blame for the near riot over cancellations?

by Annie Baxter May 12, 2017
Spirit Airlines is in the spotlight this week after cancelled flights led to a near riot at its hub in Fort Lauderdale. The discount airline blamed “unlawful labor activity” by the pilots during contract negotiations, with their refusal to work…

Drops in travel from the Middle East to U.S. hurt high-end markets

by Reema Khrais Apr 19, 2017
Emirates, the biggest airline in the Middle East, is cutting back on flights to the United States in five of its 12 destinations. The air carrier said demand has dropped steeply since President Trump’s restrictions on entry from Muslim-majority countries. And…

Trump plan to privatize the FAA faces familiar foes

by Adam Allington Apr 13, 2017
Opponents say small, rural airports and towns would be hurt economically.
The president supports a privatization bill introduced by Republican Rep. Bill Shuster last year, but it stalled amid pushback from lawmakers and some businesses.
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What United could have done differently

by , and Apr 11, 2017
Was there a better way to handle the situation? Yes, there was. And airlines do it all the time.
United Airlines has had to put out a major (public relations) fire this week.
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Boeing starts a deal in Iran, a nation hungry for new planes

by Jed Kim Apr 4, 2017
Boeing will sell 30 new jets to Iran Aseman Airlines, its second recent deal in that nation. It’s also got plans to sell 80 planes to Iran Air. The Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran removed some U.S. economic sanctions…
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How to solve a plane crash

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Sep 28, 2016
Christine Negroni's new book, "The Crash Detectives" details how investigations work and what they find.
The Joint Investigation Team presents the first results of its criminal probe into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands.  

 
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Airlines worry security lines will hurt bottom lines

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 18, 2016
Airlines fret as security lines grow.
Passengers at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago wait in line to be screened at a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint.
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Airlines cruise to profits as fuel costs drop

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 13, 2016
Airlines are benefiting from cheap jet fuel, new passenger fees and industry consolidation.

Despite solid numbers, analysts cautious about Boeing

by Kimberly Adams Oct 21, 2015
A slowdown in the defense sector is offset by commercial sales, for now.