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  • Round-trip flights raised up to $60

    Airlines ratcheted up the pressure on fliers ahead of the holiday weekend, significantly raising ticket prices to offset the runaway cost of fuel. The three biggest carriers each boosted most domestic fares by up to $60 for a round trip, while budget airline AirTran Airways raised its leisure fares by $30 round trip.


  • Airlines' passenger satisfaction in free-fall

    CHICAGO (AP) — Passengers are more dissatisfied with airlines' customer service than they have been in years at a time when carriers are charging more for tickets and services.


  • United raises fares twice in one week

    NEW YORK (AP) — United Airlines said yesterday it increased ticket prices for the second time in a week, adding to its bet that customers will absorb an unrelenting rise in fuel costs.


  • UAL reports biggest profit in seven years

    CHICAGO — United Airlines' parent company, UAL Corp., reported its biggest quarterly profit in seven years today, a $274 million gain that reflected fuller planes during a busy summer travel season, cost reductions and especially strong results from its international flights.


  • UAL reports biggest profit in seven years

    CHICAGO — United Airlines' parent company, UAL Corp., reported its biggest quarterly profit in seven years today, a $274 million gain that reflected fuller planes during a busy summer travel season, cost reductions and especially strong results from its international flights.


  • United computer glitch halts all flights

    CHICAGO (AP) — A computer malfunction at United Airlines halted all departures for two hours yesterday, forcing the delay or cancellation of nearly 300 flights, the carrier said.


  • Computer problem grounds United

    THE WASHINGTON TIMES United Airlines grounded all of its flights for two hours yesterday because of a computer malfunction, adding to the woes that fliers are expected to endure this summer.


  • Weather strands passengers in New York

    NEW YORK (AP) — Passengers were stranded from Tuesday night into yesterday morning at the city's three major airports after their flights were delayed or canceled because of stormy weather in the Midwest. Nationally, nearly 300 United Airlines flights were delayed or canceled because of an unidentified computer malfunction.


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