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The National Transportation Safety Board has launched an investigation into why two airplanes clipped each other on a taxiway as they readied for takeoff at Newark Liberty International Airport on Wednesday. The probe, announced Thursday in a Twitter...
L.A. NOWPassengers aboard a small plane bound for Palm Springs were frightened Friday night when the wing of their aircraft struck another plane as it backed out of its gate, according to FAA Spokesman Ian Gregor. The United Express plane, an......
L.A. NOWThe National Transportation Safety Board is investigating an incident at Los Angeles International Airport in which the wing of a departing plane clipped the wing of a parked plane. A United Express commuter jet with about 30 people aboard bound......
THE BEST WAY TO SANTA FE From LAX, Southwest and United offer nonstop service, and US Airways, Delta, Frontier, Southwest and United offer connecting service (change of planes) to Albuquerque, which is about 60 miles from Santa Fe. Restricted round-trip...
L.A. NOWA radar analysis shows that two airliners involved in a runway incursion at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday were more than 80 feet apart, the Federal Aviation Administration reported Wednesday. The finding disputes an earlier estimate by an...
L.A. NOWThe Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a runway incursion Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport in which two planes passed within 15 feet of each other, according to one witness. It???s just the type of safety problem that the airport?...
L.A. NOWAn error by a San Diego air traffic controller allowed a small regional plane to fly too close to a Boeing 767 as both entered Los Angeles International Airport airspace, aviation officials said today. The American Eagle Embraer E135, which......
L.A. NOWA SkyWest Airlines plane slammed into a boarding jetway Tuesday morning at Los Angeles International Airport, breaking propeller blades that struck the fuselage, according preliminary information released by the National Transportation Safety Board. There...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJetBlue Airways is expected to announce today that because of high fuel costs it is suspending indefinitely its first transcontinental flights from Los Angeles International Airport. The low-fare carrier had planned to start on May 21 operating four...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEven as rising fuel costs are grounding weaker airlines -- including three this month -- airline competition is heating up for travelers flying the Pacific coast. On the runway is JetBlue Airways Corp. with new 100-seat jets that will begin flying next...
NEW YORK -- JetBlue is going to charge passengers extra for more legroom as part of a plan to boost noncore revenue by 60 percent this year, according to the head of he low-cost carrier. "What we want ... is the ability to upsell," Chief Executive...
Special to The Times"I'D like a ticket from Los Angeles to New York," the traveler says. "That will be $300," the reservation agent says. "Would you like extra legroom?" "Sure." "Very well, that will be $35. Would you like a meal on board?" "Well, OK." "Five dollars....
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