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The Alaska Senate voted to roll back much of the voter-adopted $46 cruise ship head tax Wednesday, handing the state's important tourism industry a big victory and millions of dollars in tax reduction
LONDON, England - The global aviation industry has agreed to cut its net carbon emissions to half 2005 levels by 2050 under a plan to be set out on Tuesday by British Airways chief, Willie Walsh.
Should the government get a cut of the airlines' revenue? That's the latest question being explored in the U.S. House Transportation Committee.
Several cruise lines plan to slash their Alaska itineraries in 2010 with the net result that communities from Anchorage to Fairbanks could see a 25 percent reduction in cruise ship visitors.
British Airways today reduced its fuel surcharges, bringing relief to some passengers following similar moves by rivals and a prolonged dip in the global oil price.
United Airlines pilots, locked in a legal battle with the carrier, want the board of parent UAL Corp. to reduce Chief Executive Officer Glenn Tilton's pay.
OTTAWA - Terminal fees at Ottawa airport will be cut five per cent on July 1, saving airlines around $600,000, the Ottawa International Airport Authority's chief executive said Monday.