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DALLAS (AP) — American Airlines and US Airways have agreed to merge in an $11 billion deal that would create the world's biggest airline.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. airlines were less likely in 2012 to lose your suitcase than at any other point in the last two decades, the government announced Tuesday.
Will you have to pay more for that hard-earned cash back or airline tickets?
LONDON (AP) — Police believe he was from Africa, probably from Angola, but they don't know his identity.
BANGKOK (AP) — A Cathay Pacific flight attendant is out of a job after writing on her Facebook page that she wanted to throw coffee in a passenger's face because she happened to be the daughter of someone she dislikes intensely: ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
The Bureau of Transportation have received more than 12,000 complaints from fliers in 2012.
Cash-strapped airlines could make your next trip too cozy for comfort.
Cancellations come amid labor battle with airline's pilots and impending takeover by US Airways.
Nongovernment research institutions should be selected to remake existing protocol from scratch.
Perennial money-losing industry is righting itself, but at a cost to passengers.