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MONTREAL, March 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Although Air Canada ground handling employees at Toronto and Montreal international airports have returned to work following an illegal work stoppage this morni
UK Border Agency has informed British Airports Authority, which runs Heathrow, Stansted, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Southampton airports that arriving passengers should expect delays at the UK b
NEW YORK - The number of tarmac delays among scheduled flights that exceeded three hours fell sharply in July from a year ago while cancellations rose modestly, the Department of Transportation said M
U.S. airlines are warning passengers flying along the East Coast from Maine to Asheville, N.C., over the next few days that they may face weather delays related to hurricane Earl.
DUBAI, UAE - According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Middle Eastern airlines saw an increase in demand of passengers by 16.8 percent in July year-on-year and by 19.4 percent o
Airline flights stuck on tarmacs for more than three hours fell to three in June, the second month of a rule that fines carriers for such delays, from 268 a year ago, according to a U.S. report.
U.S. airline flights stuck for at least three hours on airport tarmacs fell 86 percent in May, the first full month of a rule that subjects carriers to fines for such delays.
A scheme to limit runway delays at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport will be extended through the summer, according to the head of Virgin America Inc.
ATHENS — Greece offered to compensate tourists stranded by labour unrest ahead of a new travel strike Tuesday as unions stepped up their assault against government austerity cuts.
More winter weather is headed to the mid-Atlantic, midwest, and northeast, bringing even more snow to the already deluged areas.
WASHINGTON — Stinky toilets, crying babies, airless cabins — the Obama administration said Monday passengers don't have to take it any more.
A European court today handed down a decision that will require airlines in the European Union to compensate passengers of mass delays for which they are responsible.
PARIS - The head of Vietnam Airlines expressed concern on Monday about production delays to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner and said the group had not made up its mind whether to cancel any of the 16 aircraft
We all know the drill: you show up at the airport with plenty of time to spare, only to discover that your flight’s been delayed and now you have hours to kill.
CHICAGO — A computer problem grounded all United Airlines flights at O'Hare International Airport Thursday, causing long delays and lines for travelers headed out for the Fourth of July holiday week
LONDON - Virgin Trains has drafted in extra staff this weekend to handle compensation claims following a spate of delays and cancellations caused by problems with Network Rail's infrastructure on the
Flying 'roo Qantas can't catch a break at the moment.
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are fighting the Bush administration's plan to combat flight delays by experimenting with New York City airspace. The federal Aviation Administration came under withering criticism Wednesday morning at a hearing about the agency's plan to auction off some flight slots at New York's three major airports.
NEW YORK - Domestic flight delays cost the industry and passengers $40.7 billion in 2007, according to the Joint Economic Committee from the House and Senate, which released a report Thursday. As part of this overall cost from the delays, passengers lost an estimated $12 billion worth of time that would otherwise have been spent on business and play, said the committee report.
SINGAPORE - Delays announced on Tuesday in delivery of the Airbus A380 could have an impact on Singapore Airlines (SIA), the first carrier to fly the superjumbo, SIA said. SIA has already received four of the planes and a fifth is expected to be delivered by early July, an SIA spokesman said.
WASHINGTON - Nearly 30 percent of domestic flights were late or canceled in March, more bad news for an industry plagued with safety concerns and buckling under record fuel costs.
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