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The Florida airport will become British Airways' 24th destination in the United States.
UPDATE: The photo in this week's "name that airport" post is of the Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport in Barrow, Alaska.
California's San Francisco International Airport is one a favorite for planespotters.
Southwest faces more competition from 'ultra low-cost carriers' as fuel costs remain low.
Move would add agates to Terminal 4, extend Sky Train to airport's distant rental car center.
Delta Connection affiliate SkyWest says pilot is off of flight duty while it investigates.
Tech-friendly capability comes as Delta shifts to "RFID" bag tracking.
Christmas on a Sunday? "The overall compression of the holiday will create less travel," exec says.
JetBlue's Mint lie-flat seats are drawing customers, as are bases in Boston and Florida.
Move to expand Heathrow Airport won out over competing plan for nearby Gatwick Airport.
Fliers will find lots of charging stations, plus a dog park and desert garden.
Customers will first see the seats in 2017. Chicago will be the first U.S. city to get them.
Here is this week 's "name that airport" photo.
American Airlines said it plans to remain on the offensive against “ultra low-cost” rivals that have expanded at its hub airports in recent...
American began serving 10 new destinations during the third quarter, including in five in Cuba.
American's new Premium Economy seats will slowly start rolling out in November.
The Louisiana city will become British Airways' 23rd destination in the United States.
The airline will launch three routes to the Cuban capital in late November.
The photo in this week's "name that airport" is of Baltimore/Washington International.
You’ve probably heard by now that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones are prone to catch on fire.