Winging It Archive: May, 2010

British Airways strike on again

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Looks like this is going to continue for awhile. British Airways is hit by another strike. Read more here. Read more

The column: Evaluating the travel evaluators

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Memorial Day marks the time when many of us get serious about summer travel planning and today's Winging It column offers advice about who... Read more

DOT fines AirTran, Delta for violating pricing rules

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The Departrment of Transportation today announced fines in separate cases of AirTran for violating rules on making sale fares available, and... Read more

NTSB investigating near-collision involving US Airways

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The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating what could have been a catastrophic collision of a US Airways jet and a cargo plane... Read more

Woman sues airline after she was left on plane at PHL

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What do you think of the story of the Michigan woman who sued Trans States Airlines for leaving her asleep, locked in a 50-seat jet for more... Read more

British Air, union meeting again on strike plans

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British Airways management is meeting with the Unite union in hopes of averting the next planned strike. Read more here... Read more

Airline mergers, part ..... (a continuing theme)

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The Inquirer's Linda Loyd has done a longer article on airline analyst Bob McAdoo's comments, posted under this same headline here on Tuesday... Read more

787 update: Continental aims to be first U.S.operator

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Continental says it plans to be the first U.S. airline to fly the long-awaited, oft-delayed Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet, designed to represent... Read more