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WASHINGTON — Complaints by a federal inspector that Northwest Airlines wasn't following FAA safety regulations and wasn't being held accountable by the agency have been verified by government watchd
Yesterday, Robert Roach, Jr., general vice president of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers made public a letter written to Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson asking fo
Flight attendants say the Delta-Northwest merger has created a single airline, in which currently Northwest Airlines flight attendants are unionized, while Delta Airlines flight attendants have no uni
A passenger on Northwest Airlines Corp. Flight 51 from Frankfurt to Detroit on March 10 was found to have tuberculosis, the airline said today.
WASHINGTON, DC (September 25, 2008) - Robert Roach, Jr., general vice president of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), issued the following statement after Northwe
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) today announced its has contacted Northwest Airlines Corporation and Delta Air Lines Incorporated shareholders to voice concerns over the proposed Northwest-Delta merger.
U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar said he “vigorously opposes” an airline merger between Northwest and Delta airlines. The Minnesota Democrat said he had summoned Northwest executives to discuss merger talks.
(TVLW) - For Northwest, the skies truly have turned out to be open. The fifth largest U.S. carrier is perhaps the biggest beneficiary of two key liberalized aviation agreements reached this year. As a result of the open skies pact approved by the European Commission in March, Minnesota-based Northwest will operate three new flights to London's Heathrow Airport.
MILWAUKEE (TVLW) - Midwest Airlines is extending its codeshare agreement with Northwest Airlines to include nonstop Northwest routes from Indianapolis to Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, San Francisco, Seattle/Tacoma and Tampa. Passengers may begin travel in Indianapolis or in any of the destination cities.
(TVLW) If it's true that the struggling U.S. airline industry is poised for consolidation, what does that mean for passengers in Detroit? A merger involving Northwest Airlines Corp. -- Detroit Metro Airport's biggest carrier -- could create easier travel planning for customers. On the other hand, they may end up paying more for tickets, industry watchers say.