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  • Trump: We're proposing to take air travel into the future

    President Donald Trump announces his air traffic control reform initiatives as part of his infrastructure campaign.

  • President Trump set to move on air traffic control reform

    Bob Crandall, former American Airlines CEO; and CNBC's Eamon Javers and Phil LeBeau discuss President Trump's air traffic control reform initiatives as part of his infrastructure agenda.

  • WASHINGTON, June 3- President Donald Trump will hit the road next week to ramp up his long-promised plan to overhaul the nation's aging airports, roads and railways, a push that could energize his supporters and distract from political intrigue in Washington. The infrastructure push- which will include a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio- comes as the White House seeks to...

  • WASHINGTON, June 3- President Donald Trump will hit the road next week to ramp up his long-promised plan to overhaul the nation's aging airports, roads and railways, a push aimed at energizing his supporters and distracting from political intrigue in Washington. The infrastructure push- which will include a trip to Ohio and Kentucky- comes as the White House...

  • JetBlue announced on Wednesday that it will become the first airline to use biometric facial recognition technology.

  • JetBlue to test facial recognition for boarding

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that airlines like JetBlue and Delta are looking to facial recognition to help passengers at the airport.

  • We're making infrastructure bets now: Emerson Electric CEO

    David Farr, Emerson Electric chairman and CEO, and Jay Timmons, National Association of Manufacturers, share their thoughts on the benefits of infrastructure funding and the draw for foreign investors.

  • Congress needs to create a recipe for success on instrastructure: Jay Timmons

    David Farr, Emerson Electric chairman and CEO, Jay Timmons, National Association of Manufacturers, talk about the need to form bipartisan agreement on rebuilding America's crumbling infrastructure.

  • LONDON, May 31- A huge IT failure that stranded 75,000 British Airways passengers followed damage to servers that were overwhelmed when the power returned after an outage, the airline said on Wednesday. While there was a power failure at a data centre near London's Heathrow airport, the damage was caused by an overwhelming surge once the electricity was...

  • NEW YORK, May 31- Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA on Wednesday announced plans to introduce flights from three U.S. cities to Rome, increasing the competition U.S. and European carriers face from low-cost rivals on transatlantic flights. The flights, from airports in Newark, New Jersey, Los Angeles and Oakland, California, are the latest instance of low-cost carriers...

  • *BA now running full schedule at Heathrow and Gatwick. BA, which once marketed itself as "the world's favourite airline" suffered a public relations disaster after it had to cancel all flights from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports on Saturday. Although BA said it expected to run a full schedule from Heathrow and Gatwick on Tuesday, it was left with work to do...

  • British Airways tech problem sparks airport delays and tensions

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports there were some tense scenes at airports this holiday weekend after a major technical problem disrupted and cancelled hundreds of flights on British Airways.

  • *BA now running full schedule at Heathrow and Gatwick. The British flag carrier had to cancel all flights from London's Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, and Gatwick on Saturday after a power surge knocked out its computer system, disrupting flight operations, call centres and its website. Problems continued over the long weekend, and although BA said it...

  • *Some BA short-haul flights cancelled from Heathrow on Monday. BA had been forced to cancel all its flights from Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, and Gatwick on Saturday after a power supply problem disrupted its operations worldwide and also hit its call centres and website. The airline was returning to normal on Monday, planning to run more than 95 percent...

  • *Over 800 flights cancelled after IT outage at weekend. LONDON/ BERLIN, May 29- British Airways must turn its attention to repairing its brand after a weekend of chaos and criticism caused by a major IT outage that grounded flights from London's two main airports. The meltdown at the start of a school holiday week in Britain unleashed a wave of criticism for BA, which...

  • *Some BA short-haul flights cancelled from Heathrow on Monday. The airline planned to run more than 95 percent of flights from London Heathrow and Gatwick on Monday, Chief Executive Alex Cruz told Sky News. BA had been forced to cancel all its flights from Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, and Gatwick on Saturday after a power supply problem disrupted its...

  • *Some BA short-haul flights cancelled from Heathrow on Monday. The airline said it was running a full schedule at London's Gatwick airport on Monday and planned to operate all its long-haul flights from Heathrow, although some short-haul flights had been cancelled. BA had been forced to cancel all its flights from Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, and...

  • May 29- London's Heathrow Airport said early on Monday that there were still some disruptions to British Airways flights from the airport following a global computer system failure at the airline. "We have mobilized additional Heathrow colleagues to assist passengers at the terminals and give out free water and snacks," Heathrow said in a statement on Twitter.

  • May 28- The United States might ban laptops from aircraft cabins of all flights into and out of the country, John Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security, said on Sunday. In March the government imposed restrictions on large electronic devices in aircraft cabins on flights from 10 airports, including the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Turkey.

  • May 28- The United States might ban laptops from aircraft cabins of all flights into and out of the country, John Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security, said on Sunday. In March the government imposed restrictions on large electronic devices in aircraft cabins on flights from 10 airports, including the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Turkey.