FCC moving forward on speedier in-flight Internet service U.S. federal telecommunications regulators are pushing ahead with efforts to bring faster Internet service to commercial and private airline flights. The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday started deliberations on a proposal that would offer a new type of in-flight broadband service promising U.S. More
Looking for a better airline seat? There's a site for that If you fly, chances are you have a story to tell about an uncomfortable airline seat. Vicki Morwitz does. Hers involves a long-haul plane trip, a minuscule economy-class enclosure and a circuitous routing that deposited her at her destination feeling exhausted and irritated. More
FAA clears Boeing battery fix, ending 787 flight ban The Federal Aviation Administration gave formal approval on Thursday for a new lithium-ion battery system for Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner, ending a three-month ban and clearing airlines to fly the plane with passengers again. More
American Eagle fined $200,000 for D/FW tarmac delays Although large, the penalty isn’t the biggest faced by American Eagle for tarmac delays. DOT fined the regional carrier $900,000 two years ago for keeping passengers too long on grounded airplanes on May 29, 2011. 07/24/2013 - 7:12 am | View Link
American Eagle fined $200,000 for Christmas 2012 tarmac delays at DFW American Eagle was fined $200,000 by the Department of Transportation for tarmac delays at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport last Christmas. Ten Eagle flights had delays over three-hours during the December 25, 2012 snow storm that blanketed North Texas. 07/23/2013 - 5:28 am | View Link
American Eagle Fined $200,000 for Violating Tarmac Delay Rule The Department of Transportation fined American Eagle Airlines $200,000 for lengthy tarmac delays that took place at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on December 25, 2012. The airline was ordered to cease and desist from future violations of the ... 07/22/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
American Eagle Fined $900K For Long Tarmac Delays ... has fined an airline for keeping passengers cooped up in a plane while it lounges on the tarmac for hours. Today, DOT announced it fined American Eagle, a regional affiliate of American Airlines, $900,000 for 15 planes that sat on a Chicago O'Hare ... 11/14/2011 - 10:10 am | View Link
American Eagle Airlines fined $900,000 for long tarmac delays WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Department of Transportation said today it has fined a regional affiliate of American Airlines $900,000 for keeping hundreds of passengers cooped up for hours on planes in Chicago earlier this year, a clear warning to airlines on the ... 11/13/2011 - 8:16 pm | View Link
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A cluster of new flights with United Airlines and Fiji Airways are making it easier for Bay Area travelers to reach several far-flung destinations without connecting flights.
The debut of the 8,446-mile route will mark not only the longest scheduled flight on a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner anywhere in the world, but also the longest flight offered by any U.
When your carry-on suitcase has it’s own weight sensors, geo-locator, proximity alarm system, 3G SIM card, Bluetooth-activated locks, and a built-in USB port to charge your phone, it just seems a shame to give it a task so pedestrian as toting your shirts, boxers and shaving kit. “We want to be the most sophisticated, both in technology and in materials and design,” said Diego Saez Gil, co-founder and CEO of Bluesmart, at his San Francisco office.