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US Airways outlines case for Brazil routes with US DOT

TEMPE, Ariz. - US Airways has filed a supplement to its March 4 application with the U.S.

Delta, Virgin Atlantic file antitrust immunity application

ATLANTA and LONDON - Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd. have filed an application with the U.S.

Southwest applies for additional slots at Reagan National Airport

DALLAS, Texas - Southwest Airlines today announced it has filed an application with the U.S.

American Airlines had the lowest number of on-time arrivals in September

American Airlines had the lowest number of on-time arrivals of any airline this September, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Air Travel Consumer Report released Thursday.

American Airlines launches codeshare agreement with Iberia Express

FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines and Iberia Express, a subsidiary of American's joint business partner, Iberia, received approval from the U.S.

American Airlines launches codeshare agreement with Air Tahiti Nui

FORT WORTH, Texas and PAPEETE, Tahiti - American Airlines and Air Tahiti Nui, the international airline of Tahiti, received approval from the U.S.

A4A: US airlines deliver improved on-time performance, baggage handling

WASHINGTON, D.C. - For the eighth consecutive month, U.S.

Air Tahiti Nui and American Airlines announce new codeshare deal

FORT WORTH, Texas and PAPEETE, Tahiti - American Airlines and Air Tahiti Nui, the international airline of Tahiti, today announced a bilateral codeshare agreement and applied for approval by the U.S.

New DOT committee brings focus to airline passenger issues

The Consumer Travel Alliance (CTA) has praised the appointment of its director, Charlie Leocha, to the new Department of Transportation Advisory Committee on Aviation Consumer Protections (ACACP), sa

BTC: Spirit Airlines lying to its customers and flying public

RADNOR, PA - Business Travel Coalition (BTC) today denounced Spirit Airlines for lying to its customers and the flying public regarding a new U.S.

AAPR welcomes new regulations to prevent pilot fatigue

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Association for Airline Passenger Rights, (AAPR) welcomed the new federal regulations to prevent airline pilot fatigue issued by the U.S.

Southwest Airlines announces new Mexico flights operated by AirTran Airways

DALLAS, Texas - Southwest Airlines and its wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways announced today the carriers received route authority approval from the U.S.

FlightRights: Airline scare tactics follow tarmac delay fines

The largest non-profit consumer organization in the United States representing airline passengers, FlightRights.org, has cautioned that empty threats by airlines against consumers to cancel more fligh

AAPR applauds American Eagle’s $900,000 fine

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Association for Airline Passenger Rights, (AAPR) applauded the U.S.

Delta and US Airways welcome DOT approval of slot transaction

ATLANTA and TEMPE, Ariz. - Delta Air Lines and US Airways welcome the decision by the Department of Transportation on Oct.

Delta, US Air welcome DOT approval of proposed slot transaction in...

ATLANTA and TEMPE, Ariz. - Delta Air Lines and US Airways today issued the following statement:

Hawaiian Airlines gets OK from DOT for Tokyo service

(eTN) - The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has given its final approval to Hawaiian Airlines’ application to offer nonstop daily service between Tokyo's Haneda Airport and Honolul

American Airlines global alliance soon to be OK’d?

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation looks poised to approve antitrust immunity for American Airlines' alliance with British Airways, Iberia and other carriers.

Hawaii’s invisible Chinese airline

In mid-year 2008, local Hawaii newspapers, including Hawaii Tourism Authority’s (HTA) own newsletter, heralded a new air service from Tianjin, China to Honolulu that was to commence on July 28, 2008

The beleaguered plight of US airlines

Year 2008 will be another year reported to see year-on-year decline in traffic. The last five or six years showed the market actually contracted.