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Qatar Airways will be 1st to get one, and its CEO recently visited the final assembly line.
The Brussels-to-New York flight will commemorate International Women's Day.
"The cockpit is no place for a woman," a man wrote.
The FAA waived a slot-use requirement in the Northeast because snow forced cancellations.
Carrier will add fights from DCA to Hartford, Charleston and Nassau.
Etihad did not elaborate on "technical failure" or provide other information on the problem.
The incident occurred in September at a Florida air base, but is just now making the news.
Jump comes as cancellations helped boost a key measure of revenue per mile at the airline.
Want shorter custom lines? You're more likely to get them when airport has passport kiosks.
Plan hinges on Virgin America winning Love Field slots that must be divested by American.
British Airways' new Dreamliner service is Austin's first nonstop route to Europe.
Austin's mayor heralded BA's new nonstop flights to London with an official decree.
But government could struggle to pass the changes through a hostile Senate.
Southwest Airlines will begin flying its own planes to two more international destinations.
British Airways gives quirky-but-booming Texas capital its 1st regular service to Europe.
Airline schedules took a hit Sunday and it was likely to get worse on Monday.
Loss blamed in part on an increase in passenger seats in the Australian aviation market.
The carrier says it hasn't generated enough demand on the route
Qantas CEO: "We are facing the toughest conditions Qantas has ever seen."
Here is this week's "name that airport" photo.