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  • SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CANNOT EVICT DELTA AIR LINES FROM GATES AT DALLAS LOVE FIELD AIRPORT- U.S.

  • NAIROBI, Jan 6- Kenya hopes to start direct commercial flights to the United States by May after it met most of the requirements set by an international aviation authority, its transport minister said on Wednesday. Macharia said several airlines were keen to offer direct flights between Kenya and the United States. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Kenya's...

  • World's busiest airport welcomes 100Mth passenger Monday, 28 Dec 2015 | 6:28 AM ET
    Airline jets come and go at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta.

    Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport said it hit a major milestone Sunday.

  • BERLIN, Dec 20- Officials at Berlin's long-delayed new airport denied a newspaper report on Sunday that the opening had been pushed back until 2018, in what would be another embarrassing setback for the project. The international airport, which was originally due to open in 2012, has been under construction since 2006. Despite Germany's reputation for...

  • AIRLINES CAN SCHEDULE 20 ROUND-TRIP FLIGHTS PER DAY TO HAVANA, AND 10 TO EACH OF THE NINE OTHER INTL AIRPORTS IN CUBA- U.S.

  • Travelers are enjoying airports more Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015 | 10:00 AM ET
    Travelers are enjoying airports more

    Overall airline satisfaction is now higher compared to 2010, according to J.D. Power's latest survey.

  • WASHINGTON, Dec 14- The Federal Aviation Administration, responding to heightened concerns about rogue drone flights near airports, unveiled a pre-Christmas rule on Monday requiring drone hobbyists as young as 13 to register their unmanned aircraft. After registering, drone owners will receive an FAA identification number that they must display on...

  • Paris airport staff have security passes revoked Monday, 14 Dec 2015 | 11:00 AM ET
    Paris airport staff have security passes revoked

    70 staff at the international airport had passes revoked over concerns around terror attacks this year.

  • Heathrow indecision highlights Europe's airport crunch Friday, 11 Dec 2015 | 10:55 AM ET

    *Europe airports to face capacity crunch by 2035. BERLIN, Dec 11- Moves by Britain to delay, once again, a decision on where to build a new airport runway to serve the London area highlights Europe's difficulties in keeping up with emerging countries when it comes to creating vital airport capacity. By 2035, airports across Europe will be unable to accommodate some...

  • The Prime Minister had promised to say by the end of the year whether he backed a 23- billion-pound runway at Heathrow Airport after a 3- year independent review named the site in densely populated west London as the preferred location. A delay by around six months mean the final decision can now be made after a London mayoral election in May, where the...

  • LONDON, Dec 8- Prime Minister David Cameron's government has shown a failure of leadership over a decision on airport expansion that could hurt the economy, Britain's biggest business lobby said on Tuesday. Cameron had promised to give a final decision by the end of the year on a 23 billion-pound plan to build a third runway at Heathrow, Europe's busiest hub...

  • But five years on and following the recommendation of the independent Airports Commission, Cameron is now widely expected by British media to give the green light to a revised 23 billion-pound plan to give Heathrow a third runway. But in July the Airports Commission, which was appointed three years ago by Cameron's previous coalition government to assess how...

  • NEW YORK, Dec 3- Etihad Airways had a dip in bookings for travel from Europe to the Middle East after the Nov. 13 Paris attacks and has stepped up vigilance for potential security threats, Chief Executive James Hogan said Thursday in an interview. Hogan was in New York this week to open a new airport lounge for Etihad at John F. Kennedy International Airport, where the...

  • Heavy flooding causes chaos in southern India state Wednesday, 2 Dec 2015 | 1:04 AM ET

    CHENNAI, India, Dec 2- Widespread flooding across the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has driven more than 200,000 people from their homes, shut down factories and paralysed the airport in the state capital Chennai, government officials said on Wednesday. The floods, caused by heavy rain over the past two weeks, swilled over the runway of the international...

  • Denver's new $580M Westin airport hotel Friday, 27 Nov 2015 | 6:00 AM ET
    Denver's new $580M Westin airport hotel

    The 519-room Westin at Denver International is now open, joining other travel hubs in the airport hotel trend.

  • PARIS, Nov 26- Paris airports have seen a reduction in traffic since the attacks that killed 130 people in the French capital earlier this month, a senior executive told Reuters. "We are seeing an impact on traffic today, but it is too soon to say whether there is a longer-term trend," said Edward Arkwright, finance director of Aeroports de Paris, which operates both...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 24- Some parcels at Cairo airport being shipped to the United States by express mail service DHL that were flagged by the company for further checks were found by Egyptian officials to contain no explosives, a DHL spokeswoman said on Tuesday. "As part of our standard screening and security procedure, we identified a shipment today at DHL's Cairo...

  • The budget carrier hopes to launch four fights a week from its hub, Shanghai's Pudong airport, in early February 2016, although the proposal is pending approval from both the North Korean authorities and the Civil Aviation Administration of China, a Spring Airlines spokesman said. North Korea's state airline, Air Koryo, runs regular flights between Pyongyang...

  • India infrastructure push finally gets off the ground Tuesday, 24 Nov 2015 | 12:39 AM ET
    Mumbai, India

    Infrastructure power players - GV Sanjay Reddy of GVK and Hindustan's Ajit Gulabchand - say India's PPP problems are being solved.

  • MONTREAL, Nov 23- The United Nations' aviation agency said Monday its panel of security experts will review ways to better protect global airports from terrorism following concerns of lax security raised after a Russian plane was destroyed on Oct. 31. The International Civil Aviation Organization- led panel, which is to meet in March 2016, will emphasize airport...