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Channel 2 NewsAt the Anchorage airport, you’ll find lots of passengers unhappy about the news that the airline industry netted $3.4 billion in baggage fees last year, a 24 percent increase from 2009. You can count Tasneem Watts of Anaheim, California among...
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The Air Force says it has found the apparent wreckage of the F-22 that went missing Tuesday night. A rescue team is being deployed to the area approximately 100 miles north of Anchorage. The jet, from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson near Anchorage and...
April was a lousy month for Chicago air travelers to get where they're going on time, according to the latest U.S. transportation department statistics released Thursday. O'Hare International Airport ranked last among major U.S. airports in getting...
The era of passenger fees — charges for checked bags, seat upgrades and onboard food — began to take hold in the U.S. when airlines tried to offset their losses from surging fuel prices in 2008. Now, with Europe in the grip of the longest...
Southwest Airlines and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport are talking about adding overseas flights, perhaps as early as 2015. "International is going to grow at BWI, and it's going to grow with Southwest," said Paul Wiedefeld, the airport's executive...
Scrape the bugs off your windshield and check your radiator coolant because the next few months are stacking up to be one of the top summers for road trips in years. With consumer confidence up, fuel prices down and frustration over airline fees...
The peak travel season has begun, bringing with it crowded planes and higher fares. Consumer Reports has just released its latest airline ratings. They’re based on input from more than 16,000 subscribers. The list of complaints is long. A full...
Above downtown Chicago, on the 28th floor of Willis Tower, United Airlines employees stare at double-paneled computer monitors and communicate with the world without speaking. Members of the social media team at United are sometimes dealing one-on-one...
Nearly a year's worth of talks have broken down between leaders of Orlando International Airport and its biggest, most important airlines over how much rent and other fees the carriers must pay — costs that ultimately could be passed on to...
The "nude scanners" are gone. The full-body scanners that used X-rays to create what look like nude images of passengers have been packed away and removed from airports across the country. The 250 or so machines were removed about two weeks ago,...
South Bend TribuneELKHART — Some local residents took to the air today like it was the Roaring ’20s, the dawn of the age of commercial aviation. In the cabin of a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor airplane, they experienced what it was like to fly in those days when...
Valerie Roberts' monthlong wheelchair saga should soon be over. The Rockford woman, featured in the May 19 column, initially wrote to What's Your Problem? after Allegiant airline temporarily lost her wheelchair on a May 3 flight from Clearwater, Fla.,...
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