Winging It Archive: June, 2009

Gone fishing ...

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Winging It is on vacation -- really, no posts planned -- until July 13. Happy travels and talk to you then. Read more

What Southwest's entry at LaGuardia may mean

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The AP has a good story today about Southwest's start of flights from New York's LaGuardia Airport and what it means about the biggest discounters... Read more

Are air fares headed up again? Maybe

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The media has been full of reports the last two days about the major network airlines successfully raising their basic fares by $10 roundtrip... Read more

Good day at ABE airport: AirTran landing

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ABE, or Lehigh Valley International Airport, serving Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, gets a new airline today. AirTran Airways, one of the healthiest... Read more

FAA moving to toughen pilot-fatigue rules

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The FAA is taking unusually quick action under new administrator Randy Babbitt to standardize rules for airline-pilot fatigue. The NTSB has cited... Read more

Airlines doing all they can to lose weight, save fuel

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Inquirer airline reporter Linda Loyd has one of those good stories today that makes you pause and say, well, sure, that makes sense. It's all... Read more

UPDATE: What happens to Clear program data?

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The shutdown of Clear, the program that operated special security lines at airports for travelers who had been registered and vetted by the TSA... Read more

Boeing delays 787 Dreamliner test flight again

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Boeing Co. made an important annoucement yesterday that, surprisingly, isn't featured prominently anywhere on this news site: It is again delaying... Read more