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American Airlines flight cancellations wreak havoc on flying public

NAPA, Calif. - American began implementing cost cuts for its pilots this month after a U.S. bankruptcy judge ruled the airline could abandon its collective bargaining agreement with the pilots union.

Airlines: Airport chaos would be major embarrassment to UK

The heads of four leading airlines have warned the British government there could be chaos at London's airports during this summer's Olympic Games, which would cause major embarrassment to the country

Brits’ vacations crippled by Spanish airport strikes

British holidaymakers once again face summer travel chaos as airport strikes threaten to cripple the nation's favourite holiday destination.

Bad weather severely disrupts normal life across Europe

Hundreds of travellers were stranded over the weekend at airports and railway stations and stuck on snow-bound motorways with their holiday plans in ruins as bad weather conditions — freezing temper

Airlines shift adds to chaos at the Indira Gandhi International airport

The shifting of Kingfisher and Jet Airways to Terminal 3 on Sunday added to the chaos at the Indira Gandhi International airport.

London braces for chaos as subway workers plan to strike

London’s 3.5 million Tube travelers face turmoil this week with as many as 10,000 of the subway’s train drivers, station staff and engineers staging the first of a series of 24-hour strikes over j

SAS reports loss, says volcano ash to blame

STOCKHOLM — Beleaguered Scandinavian airline SAS on Wednesday said it narrowed its losses in the second quarter but remained deep in the red due to the flight chaos caused by a cloud of volcanic ash

Jama Masjid to greet tourists with usual chaos

NEW DELHI - Tourists headed to Old Delhi during the Commonwealth Games will be greeted by the usual chaos in and around Jama Masjid.

Spanish air traffic controllers vote to strike in August

Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers face travel chaos after Spain’s air traffic controllers voted to strike in a row over pay and working hours.

Ash cloud chaos spreads beyond airlines

The financial cost to business of the airline chaos has intensified, with the ash cloud disruption far from over.

British Airways cabin crew threaten more strikes

A strike by British Airways cabin crew threw travel plans for thousands of passengers into disarray Sunday, as the political battle over the walkout heated up just weeks before an election.

Wave of airline strikes could cause European aviation chaos

Lufthansa and TAP Air Portugal moved closer on Tuesday to facing strike action by their pilots' unions, as British Airways braced for the second work stoppage in just over a week by thousands of its c

Snow causes travel mayhem across northern Europe

LONDON — Eurostar passengers faced new winter misery Thursday with another high-speed train breaking down in the Channel Tunnel, while heavy snow also left thousands in Britain with no electricity.

Qantas check-in chaos

A three-hour crash of Qantas' check-in system has caused delays to domestic and international flights across the country, with passengers having to be manually processed.

Air New Zealand’s computer system crash creates chaos

Thousands of travelers were grounded for several hours as airports around the country were thrown into chaos when Air New Zealand's computer system crashed.

Four years after Katrina and still counting – ruins…

This week marks four years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast.

Train chaos threatens Berlin tourism

BERLIN, Germany — Berlin's regional train network, plunged into chaos in recent weeks by safety problems, may not return to normal until December, an official said, threatening misery for commuters,

Thailand’s political chaos keeps tourists at home

BANGKOK, Thailand — The bellboy yawned as he stood sentry at the five-star hotel's doors. The hostess checked her long red nails and looked longingly at the empty driveway.

Chaotic rush to board trains in China

GUANGZHOU, China - Hundreds of thousands of desperate travelers, some hoisting terrified children or baggage over their heads, pushed their way onto trains Thursday as service resumed after the worst winter storms in decades paralyzed China.