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Should allow Zipcar to expand faster into new regions.
Courtesy of Delta Airlines' quickly posted Q&A on the subject.
Airline industry leads banks, retailers and restaurants in not redirecting customer issues to email or telephone.
"If you help us build roads, they will come." Expected delay of first flight isn't helping.
Aside from bomber, no one was injured at Riadh Palms Resort near Sousse. Nearly 300,000 UK nationals visited Tunisia in 2012, with numbers trending up in 2013.
Some travelers are noticing longer lines – and sometimes longer waits – than at the standard airport security checkpoints.
Resolution 787 is in the best interest of who exactly?
All this clever engineering and one 300 pounder blows the deal.
Eighty percent of planes expected to be equipped by the end of 2014.
Planned obsolescence as strategy to get consumers to upgrade to new model?
Authorities struggle to explain how a small plane crashed at an international airport, erupted in fire, and evidently went unnoticed for hours.
Some of the action behind the scenes in today's decision by the FAA.
According to a new study by HSBC.
Not surprising, considering big increases in outbound tourism from mainland China.
Still in shake-out phase.
San Francisco-bound flight 208 from Tokyo landed safely at Cold Bay near the Aleutian Islands with no injuries, following warning message on engine control panel.
A carryall with built in battery. A tad pricy but perhaps better than ripping up an old one.
The 8.5-mile-long tunnel was inaugurated Tuesday, but is still not fully operational.
Well, the iPads aren't really free, but the use of them on select flights will be. And there is another marketing angle, too.
Just the first in what likely will be an ongoing tete-a-tete with this new device.
Some progress, but gate-to-gate usage of devices in airplane mode will vary by airline and/or airplane.
Early discussions for an amusement park on abandoned island that once housed an incinerator.
Slightly upscale version of "Lives of the Rich and Famous" generating $1.6 billion in the UK.
This might be the least surprising headline of the day.
Begs the questions: "What are we really buying, and why?"
Virgin goes Broadway! So much for relaxed flying.
Airlines are on track to collect a record $42.6 billion in ancillary revenue.
"Fake Orphanages" set up for the benefit of tourists in Cambodia, Bali, Ghana and other countries.
Airline uses YouTube to promote guidelines for employees regarding social media etiquette.