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... nose. However, the 2018 Global Passenger Survey (GPS) conducted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) learned that what airline passengers really want most is ...
... that may include keeping some of the 125-year-old chain’s stores open. Delta Air Lines Inc. Jet-fuel prices may be skyrocketing, but so are the number ...
... Lufthansa has agreed to take over a large part of Air Berlin, which went bankrupt a couple months back after years of mounting ...
... retirees now outpaces the number of workers. — ADAM VACCARO British airline Monarch goes bankrupt Monarch Airlines, a struggling British low-cost carrier and tour operator, ...
... Air Berlin, the discount airline that is Germany’s second-biggest carrier and Europe’s seventh-largest ...
... Air Berlin PLC, Germany’s second-largest airline, on Tuesday said it had filed for bankruptcy ...
... Italy’s Alitalia SpA airline filed for bankruptcy Monday in the U.S., faced with the ...
... Photo Alitalia An Alitalia plane at Rome’s Fiumicino airport. The airline has a work ...
... p.m. meeting is at the Northridge Woman's Club, 18401 Lassen St., Northridge. United to post latest results United Airlines will hold a conference call and ...
... roughly $560 million. Shares rose 50% to match the deal price premarket. United Continental continues to draw widespread criticism for having a passenger forcibly removed ...
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