Winging It Archive: March, 2010

UPDATED: American ramps up NY service

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UPDATE: So much for informed speculation, as I waxed eloquent yesterday about American's plan to ramp up more service at New York area airports... Read more

American to announce New York service, maybe from PHL

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American Airlines has scheduled a news conference with CEO Gerard Arpey for tomorrow regarding service in New York, and says the subject could... Read more

US Airways latest to offer in-flight Wi-Fi

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US Airways has started offering in-flight Wi-Fi service, enabling customers to pay a fee and get Internet access on laptops or smart phones... Read more

British Airways, union argue over strikes' cost

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British Airways and its striking cabin crew union, Unite, don't agree on much these days, including how much BA lost as a result of two long-weekend... Read more

Airline passengers, revenue down in '09, now recovering

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Two reports today confirm with data what we've known, or sensed in recent months about the depressing effect of the recession on airline traffic... Read more

Southwest, AirTran duking it out with great humor

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Southwest has a funny new TV commercial in its ongoing "bags fly free" campaign that has played heavily during the NCAA basketball... Read more

The column: Why transportation gets bipartisan support

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Today's Winging It column contrasts the deep political divide over health care reform with the way Congress usually approaches transportation... Read more

Air consumer's view of US Airways, Delta deal

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Here is some additional information about an issue air travelers should be concerned about, even thought it doesn't deal directly with PHL... Read more