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Packers fans and Steelers supporters should feel right at home if a wintry blast winds up sending wind chill readings below zero during Super Bowl week in Texas.
US Airways said Friday it has signed a deal with Expedia that will keep its flights and fares on the online booking site for at least the next several years, less than a month after Expedia pulled American Airlines fares.
Authorities say a bomb squad found no explosive material or device on board a plane from Brazil that landed at Miami International Airport.
American Airlines was already in a fight with two relatively small online ticket sellers when on Wednesday it found itself in the ring with an 800-pound gorilla.
Big cot encampments and huge lines gave way to orderly, single-file queues and thawing tensions as flights left New York-area airports on time Wednesday, but clusters of tired, resigned passengers were still camped out waiting to go home.
A man accused of opening fire in a Phoenix strip club, killing two people and injuring three others, told police that he had planned the crime and chose the victims at random, according to a court document released Tuesday.
American Airlines pulled its flights from the Orbitz travel website on Tuesday in a dispute that could eventually affect the way travelers buy airplane tickets online.
A computer monitor that was checked as baggage caused a security scare Monday morning at Newark Liberty International Airport, prompting officials to shut down a terminal for two hours as a precaution.
Pilots are getting a break from enduring the stepped-up and intrusive screening of airline passengers that's causing a public outcry.