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United Airlines has grounded its fleet of 96 Boeing 757s after determining that the planes’ air data computer software did not comply with a Federal Aviation Administration airworthiness directive, sources told the Tribune. Chicago-based United...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesWith an app and a smart phone, you'll find it easy to plan your family vacation. You can book a flight, reserve a hotel room, find a mall, scout an adventure or rent a car while lounging at your favorite diner or waiting for that foursome to play through....
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Chicago TribuneCHICAGO -- A man is in custody in St. Louis tonight and being questioned by police and the FBI after he tried to exit a Continental Airlines flight as it flew from Houston to Chicago this afternoon. Witnesses and officials said that a flight attendant on...
My husband and I recently flew from Berlin to Newark on Continental Airlines. After about 45 minutes in the air, the flight attendants offered beverage service. I politely requested coffee. There was no turbulence. When the flight attendant reached...
WASHINGTON (AP) — United Airlines apologized Wednesday for briefly restarting use of flight numbers of two planes that crashed after being hijacked by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001. Spokesman Rahsaan Johnson blamed the reuse of flight numbers 93 and...
KTLA NewsNEW YORK -- United Airlines temporarily revived the flight numbers of two hijacked planes used in the September 11 attacks but said on Wednesday the move was inadvertent and they would not be used. "We are taking immediate steps to remove them and...
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Money & CompanyHere's your fiesta Friday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Well, here's some great news: Shareholders of United Airlines' parent company and Continental Airlines have approved a merger of the two carriers, creating the world's largest...
Money & CompanySouthwest Airlines, the Dallas-based airline that bills itself as the nation's biggest low-price carrier, announced a $10 round-trip fare increase to offset higher fuel costs. This is the latest of several airfare increases since December. Several...
Money & CompanyOne year after ending complimentary meals on most domestic flights, Continental Airlines has stopped serving free snacks to coach passengers. The airline, which is merging with United Airlines, said it stopped serving free pretzels and cookies on...
TribLocal - Wilmette & Kenilworth » NewsChicagoRealEstateDaily.com reports: Kenilworth is becoming a hub for airlines executives moving here from Texas. Following the October merger of Houston-based Continental Airlines Inc. with the …...
Money & CompanyHere's your fight-club Friday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Is this a good idea? Bank of America says it will start texting customers if they're about to make a debit-card transaction that surpasses available funds. If......
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