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The Alaska Railroad will restore all regularly scheduled freight and passenger services beginning today, Tuesday, Dec. 4, following the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Southcentral...
More airlines are preparing to resume flying despite forecasts the volcanic ash cloud hovering in New Zealand skies could stick around for another few days.
SEOUL - In what is seen as part of efforts to resume the inter-Korean tourism program, North Korea on Monday asked South Korea to send relevant officials to their upcoming talks to arrange the reunion
The re-branded Air Nigeria Airline would resume flight operations to Benin and Owerri airports in July.
BRUSSELS – European officials carved up the sky Monday, creating three zones to more quickly break the flight deadlock caused by volcanic ash flowing from Iceland over Europe.
AMSTERDAM – European air traffic could return to about 50 percent of normal levels Monday if weather forecasts confirm that skies over half the continent are emptying of the volcanic ash that has th
DALLAS — American Airlines says it will resume regular flights to Haiti on Friday, the first commercial flights since the island nation was hit by an earthquake Jan. 12.
Hurricane Gustav, now downgraded to a category one hurricane, is weakening with maximum sustained winds near 75 mph.
YANGON - The Myanmar Airways International (MAI), the sole national flag carrier, has resumed normal flight with a newly-hired aircraft as an alternate arrangement after its former aircraft was stoppe
Collapsed business class airline Silverjet PLC plans to be back in the skies within weeks after its administrators accepted a buyout offer from a Swiss investment firm. Begbies Traynor, which took control of Silverjet last month when it ceased operations after a key funding deal fell through, said it has agreed to principle terms from Kingplace Ltd. to acquire and relaunch the airline.
Charter flights to Mombasa by Italian firm Blue Panorama are set to resume in July, Tourism minister Najib Balala announced. The flights from one of the country's leading tourist source markets are a sign of confidence in Kenya following aggressive marketing by various players in the industry.
BANGALORE - Even as the representatives of truck operators were on a mission to impress upon the Union Government about the “ill effects” of speed governors, maxi cab and tourist taxi operators, who had joined the protest against speed governors, on Sunday decided to resume their services in the interests of the people.