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The U.S. could soon have a new budget airline

U.S. airline passengers could soon have another choice for ultra-low-cost flights. The CEO of Sun Country Airlines announced in a memo this week that the airline will begin implementing ...

Portland airport worker accused of using credentials to try to catch free flight

A Portland International Airport ground crew member was arrested Thursday after authorities say he used his credentials to bypass security screenings and board a plane headed to Boston ...

Aquariums, golf courses, IMAX theaters: Visit these airports for a layover like no other

Airports can sometimes feel like a necessary evil, what with the serpentine security lines, hours-long flight delays and mediocre pretzels. But there are quite a few airports out there ...

Where You Gonna Be????

Where are you going to be on Monday, August 21st?? What will your Solar Eclipse coverage be?? Click on the link below and enter your zip code to find out just how much coverage of this ...

European budget airline expands to U.S., promises $99 one-way flights

The latest European budget airline to set its sights on the U.S. markets is an outfit called Primera Air. The Latvian-headquartered company announced plans last month for six European-U.S. ...

Alaska Airlines offers early boarding for (some) football fans

In spite of all our complaints about smaller seats, poor customer service, and the burn of basic economy, when put in the proper historical perspective, air travel is more accessible, ...

Delta Air Lines loses Atlanta-based connection carrier

A longtime Delta Connection contract carrier based in Atlanta will soon part ways with Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines. Atlanta-based ExpressJet announced in a news release that the airline will ...

90 airfield mishaps at O’Hare Airport since 2015

The number of “runway incursions” or “surface incidents” at O’Hare, among the world’s busiest airports, is dropping, city records reviewed by the ...

Folks pull a plane at DIA for Special Olympics of Colorado

A plane at Denver International Airport took a shorter trip Saturday. Just 12 feet. No jet engines or turbines. Just 25 Coloradans grabbing a rope and pulling. More than 2,000 showed ...
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