Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Pakistan International Airlines fined for stranding passengers

Pakistan International Airlines fined for stranding passengers
Los Angeles Times
In the first such fine of an international carrier, the U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a $150,000 fine against Pakistan International Airlines for stranding passengers in Washington for more than four hours. Under federal rules, domestic ...
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Air travel like it was before 9/11 back at Newark Liberty
Beth McEntee, of Hoboken, is interviewed after she used the TSA PreCheck lane Wednesday at Newark Liberty International Airport. The program allows airline passengers to be prescreened and pass through security faster. / Thomas P. Costello/Staff ...
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Syria Bombardments, Air Strikes Terrorize Civilians, Amnesty International ...
Huffington Post
Indiscriminate air bombardements and artillery strikes by Syrian security forces killed more than 160 people in Idlib and Hama in recent weeks, Amnesty International reports. Amnesty International'ssenior crisis researcher, Donatella Rovera, visited ...
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American Airline layoffs not expected to affect service in Fort Myers, Miami
Naples Daily News
In this June 29, 2011, photo, American Airlines aircraft sit at Terminal D gates at Dallas-Fort WorthInternational Airport, in Grapevine, Texas. American Airlines and American Eagle's parent companies are filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection ...
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ANA's Boeing 787 gets celebrity treatment in Asia
San Jose Mercury News
United Airlines is expected to receive its first 787 soon and should have five by December. Its initial 787 domestic route includes a temporary run between George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston and San Francisco International Airport ...
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Japan Airlines up slightly in Tokyo trading debut
The Seattle Times
"The challenge now is ensure a fair and equal opportunity for all Japanese carriers to be successful," Tony Tyler, director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association, said Wednesday in comments to the American Chamber of Commerce.
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Qatar Airways Introduces Renowned International Chefs to its new Culinary ...
India's only two-star Michelen chef, Vineet Bhatia and world famous, Nobu Matshuisa from Japan, have joined Qatar Airways a long with a select few other renowned chefs from the Internationalculinary world. Michelen chefs from India, Japan, Lebanon and ...
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Delta Air Lines buys naming rights to convention center
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Delta Air Lines Inc. has bought the naming rights at downtown Milwaukee's convention center and will make improvements to its operations at Mitchell International Airport, as the carrier raises its local profile. The convention center will change its ...
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U.S. airline to launch Wi-Fi in 2013
Calgary Sun
Other budget airlines have introduced Wi-Fi service recently. Such is the case of Japan Airlines, offering paid Wi-Fi since the summer in local and international flights. The airline charges around $11 for an hour of connectivity. Also this summer ...
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Cactus appeal: Allegiant Air bulks up in Phoenix, Palm Springs
Allegiant Air continues to grow its Phoenix-area focus city, announcing today that Casper, Wyo., will become the carrier's 35th destination from the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Allegiant will begin flying two weekly flights between the cities on Dec. 20.
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