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More Than 4,000 Flights Cancelled Thanks to Winter Storm Toby ...
Thousands of flights were cancelled across the country Wednesday as another Nor'easter storm hit the East Coast — making Winter Storm Toby the fourth of its kind to do so this month. As they did with recent storms, airports and airlines cancelled ...

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United CEO Munoz: Airline is not planning to shut down pet transport program
United Airlines is not planning to shut down its pet transportation service but will continue its review of the program, the airline's CEO, Oscar Munoz, told CNBC Wednesday. A day earlier United halted new reservations for the service as it conducts a ...
United Airlines suspends pet shipments, but what if you already have a reservation?Los Angeles Times
2 veteran United flight attendants won $800000 in a lawsuit after a supervisor made an absurd claim about iPadsBusiness Insider
United CEO acknowledges airline's mistake in puppy's deathReuters
Stars and Stripes -KABC -Business Wire (press release)
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Southwest shares tumble after airline warns of persistently low fares
Travelers might cheer, but investors are fretting over Southwest Airlines' warning that it's struggling with persistently low airfares. The no-frills carrier said Wednesday that it expects revenue for each seat it flies a mile, a key industry gauge of ...
Southwest Airlines Revenue Outlook Hits Airlines, But Is United ...Investor's Business Daily
The Reason Southwest's Disappointing Guidance Is Hitting Airline StocksBarron's
US Airlines Drop as Southwest Forecast Spurs Anxiety on FaresBloomberg
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Airlines cancel more than 1500 of flights as snowstorm approaches Northeast
... the East Coast can change travel dates to as late as March 25 without paying a date-change fee. If travelers can only change their tickets beyond that date, travelers may have to pay a difference in fare. Airplanes can generally fly in snow without ...

Fox News

Airlines canceling thousands of flights in wake of fourth nor'easter ...
Fox News
Several major airlines are grounding flights across the Northeast during the region's fourth winter storm — or technically, its first spring storm — of the month.
Early spring nor'easter grounds more than 4,300 flights - CNBC.comCNBC
EWR: American Airlines cancels flights because of nor'

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New York Times

United Airlines Suspends Cargo Program for Animals After Spate of Missteps
New York Times
The measures include distributing pet travel documents and itineraries directly to airport managers, and a new process for loading animals onto planes that involves multiple checks and confirmations before departure. Representatives for American ...
United Airlines stops taking reservations to fly pets in planes' cargo holdsLos Angeles Times
United suspends new bookings for pets in cargo after loading 3 ...Chicago Tribune
United Airlines halts pet shipment program after mishapWLS-TV
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American Airlines Just Promised Everyone Free Seats on Twitter ...
On Tuesday morning, American Airlines promised travelers “free seats” in a tweet that has since been removed. “You never have to pay for a seat,” the tweet read. “Our team will help you with free seats if you arrive at the airport without.” The tweet ...
American Airlines Promises 'Free' Seats on Twitter (Turns Out They

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Jim Lebenthal: why I bought Goldman Sachs & Alaska Airlines
"Halftime Report" and HPM Partners' Jim Lebenthal makes the bullish case for Goldman Sachs and Alaska Air.
Alaska takes first class service up a notch - SFGateSFGate

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These 2 United Airlines Flight Attendants Sued the Airline and Got ...
Sometimes, even juries aren't impressed with airlines.

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The Economist (blog)

Airlines in America are in a race to improve their meals - Food fight
The Economist (blog)
IN THE 1950s—when the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a cartel of airlines, used to set fare levels and service quality on international routes—there were few differences between major carriers. One way to persuade passengers to ...

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