Flyers Frustrated With Air Travel Security Screening
As passengers begin to pour into airports during one of the
busiest air travel periods of the year, a new survey reveals three
in four air travelers believe "there has to be a better way" to
conduct air travel security screening.
LAN Airlines, one of Latin America's leading passenger and cargo
airlines, signed a firm order for 50 new Airbus A320 Family
aircraft, making it the largest single airline order for Airbus in
The FAA awarded aircraft type certification approval to the
Bombardier 100-seat CRJ1000 NextGen regional jet on December 17,
2010, the company announced Wednesday. U.S. approval follows type
certification in November by Transport Canada and the European
Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Judge Rules Against Temporary Restraining Order To Prevent The
American Airlines has pulled its fares off the Orbitz website,
effective immediately. The move comes following a dispute over how
the airline sells fares and other services through the site. A Cook
County, IL judge ruled that American could sever its
relationship with Orbitz Tuesday.