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Southwest Airlines, the nation's largest domestic carrier, agreed to pay a $150,000 fine for failing to give timely responses to passenger complaints. The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the fine Wednesday, saying Southwest did not respond...
In the nine weeks since modest cuts to federal spending growth kicked in, we've waited for the parade of horribles that President Barack Obama and his subordinates predicted. What we've instead witnessed, to our surprise and probably theirs, is members of...
Five air traffic control towers in Maryland that had been scheduled to shut down in June as a result of federal budget cuts are now expected to remain open, lawmakers said Wednesday — easing fears that the closures could back up flights at BWI...
Tags: John Thune, Judges, U.S. Congress, Politics, Justice System
KickingTiresThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported startling statistics it hopes will encourage people to pay attention while driving. In 2011, licensed motorists in the U.S. numbered 212 million while the number answering calls on a mobile...
Virgin America did the best job of flying customers last year while United Airlines was the worst, though passengers experienced overall better performance, a study showed. The performance of the 14 leading carriers in 2012 was about the same as the...
The Hartford CourantA sobriety checkpoint netted four arrests Saturday on Windsor Avenue in Vernon, police said. The checkpoint, on Windsor Avenue near Berger Road, resulted in three drunk driving arrests and a man with an active arrest warrant was also caught, police said....
A former Florida Department of Transportation employee who pleaded guilty to conspiracy and fraud in January was sentenced to more than three years in prison on Thursday, prosecutors said. Federal authorities say Tina Moore, also known as Tina Pollard,...
Tags: Punishment, Lawyers, Judges, Trials, Corporate Crime
email@example.comWithout a staffed air traffic control tower, “there is going to be an incident” involving aircraft at or near Hagerstown Regional Airport, one concerned business owner said Thursday. “I feel very strongly that we are going to have an...
The Transportation Security Administration will soon let airline passengers carry small folding knives on planes for the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. But a group of flight attendants is doing everything it can to halt the...
The United States ordered the Fung Wah bus line, which provides low-cost transportation in the northeast, to cease carrying passengers on Tuesday after state safety inspectors found numerous problems in its buses. The U.S. Department of Transportation'...
An airline that was planned to begin flying out of Carlsbad last year is still struggling to complete federal regulations to launch operations. California Pacific Airlines, based out of McClellan-Palomar Airport, is the brainchild of Ted Vallas, a 91-...
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