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O'Hare International Airport

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  • A room -- with nothing to sneeze about

    Slowly, ever so slowly, hotels are recognizing that travelers who suffer from severe asthma and allergies triggered by dust mites, mold, smoke, pollen, chemicals and animal dander might like to stay in hypoallergenic rooms -- for a price. With as many as...
  • You are now free to take a flying leap

    Did you hear the one about the passenger who was charged an extra $15 by the airline to lose his first checked bag? And another $25 for a second bag mistakenly loaded onto an airliner to Calcutta instead of Cincinnati? That might sound like a Jay Leno...
  • American details flight cutbacks

    IN BRIEF: American Airlines will cut back flying this year at many airports, including hubs in Dallas and Chicago, as it attempts to cope with record high fuel prices. The airline said it would reduce departures at its Chicago O'Hare Airport hub by 28...
  • Fly SUX: Sioux City embraces its snicker-inducing airport ID code

    Fly SUX: Sioux City embraces its snicker-inducing airport ID code
    Sioux City, Iowa THE good people of Sioux City, Iowa, just don't get any respect. For more than a century, the city was best known for an omnipresent smell, an unpleasant byproduct of the massive stockyards that drove the local economy. Meat packers...
  • Register fingerprints, skip passport lines

    For $100 and a copy of your fingerprints, U.S. citizens flying from abroad into O'Hare International Airport can skip passport-checking lines and proceed almost directly to baggage claim. The Global Entry program, unveiled at O'Hare last month by U.S....
  • American Airlines cancels 1,000 more flights for inspections

    American Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights today -- almost half of its schedule -- stranding an estimated 100,000 passengers at airports around the country as it grounded planes for another round of maintenance checks. It was the biggest schedule...
  • Major airlines slashing fuel surcharges

    For the first time since oil prices began their meteoric rise this year, airlines are slashing fuel surcharges on a major international route: most flights between the U.S. and Europe. It's the first roll-back of the largest of the bewildering new fees...
  • News from around the world

    Hanukkah celebrations around the world NEW YORK – The Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish organization is planning to host Hanukkah celebrations around the world, including lightings of the world's largest menorahs -- both 32 feet tall -- in Manhattan near Central...
  • Bob Dylan (1992): Dylan Now

    Bob Dylan (1992): Dylan Now
    Bob Dylan stares idly at the paperback book that someone has brought aboard his custom tour bus, which is speeding through the snowy Wisconsin countryside in the midnight hour. He has just finished a concert in Madison and is on his way to South Bend,...