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Delta offers customers ability to change travel plans in advance of...

ATLANTA, Georgia - Delta Air Lines is offering customers whose flight plans may be affected by winter weather in eastern Minnesota on Dec.

UK: Come on tourists, British weather not THAT bad

British government is to use the UK's most changeable feature to promote the country by trying to convince visitors the weather is not as bad as people think, it was claimed.

Forecast: Multiple storms between Christmas and New Year

State College, Pa. - The week between Christmas and New Year's Day will feature multiple storms across the nation, some with snow, some with rain and many with both.

Record-setting 2010 highlights global warming trend

The year 2010 ranked as the warmest on record – together with 2005 and 1998 – according to the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO), which added that last year also witnessed a l

Boeing tests Dreamliner in varied weather conditions

EVERETT, Washington - Boeing's Dreamliner test airplanes, also known as ZA001 - ZA002, ZA003, ZA004, and ZA005 - are going through the rigors of varied weather conditions and other factors.

CustomWeather and EarthTV.com bring weather and camera together

1stweather.com and myforecast.co.uk are to integrate earthTV’s revolutionary webTV-player into their websites.

Spring sandstorms blast Beijing

BEIJING – The dust works its way through keyholes and window frames, and smells like a filthy brew of dirt, smoke and metallic particles. The sky turns magenta and whole buildings disappear.

New York Times Travel Show goes on despite winter weather

Snow, high winds, and other wintry weather problems caused more than 1,900 flight cancellations a couple of Fridays ago and also many of the roads into Manhattan were still covered with snow, which co

What to do if your flight is scrapped because of weather

AS thousands of passengers who were caught up in last month’s bout of snowstorms along the East Coast can attest, finding a new flight after a major weather cancellation is getting not only harder,

New York to get more snow

According to a forecast by the National Weather Service, the New York metropolitan area may receive an additional three to six inches of snow tonight and tomorrow.

Weather puts new burden on American carriers

A brutal snow storm that snarled air traffic and grounded flights along the East Coast this week also clouded the outlook for carriers that must foot the bill for stranded passengers.

Winter weather may stall travel across US mid-Atlantic and northeast

Due to a winter weather system currently affecting the US mid-Atlantic and northeast, some flight operations may be affected, resulting in flight delays and/or cancellations.

Winter weather may affect travel across US midwest and southeast

Severe winter weather is expected across the US midwest and southeast starting tomorrow and through the next two days after that, which may necessitate changes in travel plans.

Frozen Europe: Hundreds of car accidents hundreds of canceled flights

BERLIN – A plane slid off an icy runway and powerful winds and heavy snow forced hundreds of flight cancellations across Europe on Saturday as blasts of freezing cold buffeted Europe.

More winter weather may alter travel plans in the US

Icy weather continues across Georgia and South Carolina, hampering travel. Overnight temperatures are expected to be in the teens to lower 20s through the weekend, with a chance of snow on Thursday.

Weather woes and tightened security will slow New Year travel

An ongoing stormy weather pattern through the weekend will lead to delays at some major airport hubs and secondary airfields on top of heightened security in the US.

Winter storm weather in northeastern US may affect flights

Severe winter weather has been forecasted for the northeast US today, with many areas under a winter storm warning.

Texas travel may be affected by winter weather on Friday and...

For customers whose flight plans may be affected by winter weather forecast for southeast Texas on Friday and Saturday, the following airlines have announced travel options.

Argentina’s tourism capitalizes on new world wines

Argentina's growing appeal to Americans goes well beyond the generally temperate climate.

Weather divorces history

History is not as important as it used to be when it comes to weather forecasting.

More severe winter weather in the US northeast

Severe winter weather is once again forecast for the northeastern United States through Tuesday.

Winter storm may affect flights in the northeast US

Flights may be affected by severe winter weather conditions forecast for the northeast of the United States through Thursday.

Winter weather in the US may affect flights once again

Flight plans may be affected by severe winter weather conditions forecast for the northeast, midwest, and east coast of the US through Friday.

Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air operations returning to normal in Portland...

SEATTLE, WA - Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air's operations in Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington are returning to normal after four days of flight cancellations and delays due to severe winter w

Airlines issue updates due to damage caused by Ike

(September 13, 2008) - Hurricane Ike has caused damage in southeast Texas, western Louisiana and Chicago.

Philippine tourist destinations open for business

The Philippine Department of Tourism would like to assure tourists and visitors that travel-related establishments, such as hotels, resorts, spas, restaurants, shopping centers and transportation serv

WSI Corporation announces latest Pilotbrief Online release

WSI Corporation, a decision support provider in the aviation industry, today announced the latest release of Pilotbrief Online(TM), featuring a new Interactive Map capability. The Interactive Map, available to Pilotbrief Online Pro subscribers, displays a global, pole-to-pole, high resolution digital elevation model with weather, hazard and route overlays.

5 things airlines won’t tell you about weather delays

If you were a passenger on one of the more than 1,200 flights United Airlines recently canceled, you might have wondered - particularly after its pilots claimed the carrier was understaffed during the peak travel period, contradicting the airline's explanation that winter storms were to blame for its actions.