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The California woman claims she is the victim of sex discrimination.
The planned sky bridge from the south satellite to the new International Arrivals Facility is expected to become the airport’s signature.
Toulouse, France is the site of a November auction that will offer Concorde seats, menus, and even toilet seats.
Could it be a wool allergy?
Interns’ findings help airline reduce employee injuries and prevent damage to its aircraft
Blackberry have announced they will discontinue making phone hardware. A decision possibly better late (by perhaps five or more years) than never.
Alaska said it and Virgin America “are confident” they will address any concerns and obtain regulatory approval to complete the deal.
Mind-boggling photos reveal the world's most crowded places, and an unspoken warning to avoid them if possible - most certainly during rush hours.
Bangkok is number one? When one strips one's western blinkers, I guess it makes sense.
British Columbia's Okanagan Valley, set to host the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, holds at least 160 wineries and numerous delights for oenophiles.
The pilot of the Seattle-based carrier and three passengers were picked up by a fishing boat after the plane crashed off the San Juan Islands not far from Seattle.
Or is it one isolated incident?
The Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) touched down in Washington State after flying from Alaska.
The CNN article adds a zero ("220,000 kilometers") to Great Wall's still impressive 21,196 km (13,171 mi).
Airline to move all pilots, planes to one “flight operating system” this weekend
Crystal (Cruises) are now debuting an airline for air tours. Packages start at $50,000.
The photos help to tell a moving story.
Crystal AirCruises will start flying its new privately-owned Boeing 777-200LR in the autumn of 2017.
A passenger arriving from Morocco at Austria's Graz Airport had some explaining to do to customs officials.
A passenger on the previous flight from Cuba to Toronto tried to smuggle four iguanas but could only find two in his checked luggage.
A FOIA request reveals that counter-narcotics work at airports involves seizing wads of cash, even if those carrying it are not arrested.
The anti-capitalist council members argue the city should not celebrate the explorer's "colonial legacy."
Social good and cruising? Interesting.
The most recent incidents are the latest in a string of attacks near New Zealand airports.
Abandoning its earlier studiously non-accusatory pose, the Joint Investigation Team now cite persuasive evidence showing the missile that shot down MH17 over Ukraine was fired by Russian backed rebels.
Good if you like exercise; not so good if you have a tight connection.
This article covers the strategies and tricks currently being used by canny travelers.
A: New Zealand. Followed by Spain and then Canada.
More on the long, slow fade of the Queen of the skies.
Makes you feel old, doesn't it.