March 10- American Airlines and JetBlue Airways said they plan to end agreements covering ticketing, baggage handling and frequent flyer programs. The frequent-flyer program agreement between the two includes select routes from Boston Logan International Airport and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.» Read More
*Many European, Asian firms express interest in Indonesia's airports. JAKARTA, Nov 21- Indonesia's need for more and better airports is drawing strong interest from foreign transport and construction companies, hungry for a slice of the action in one of world's the fastest growing markets for air travel.
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Nov 12- The deal American Airlines and U.S. Airways Group struck to sell gate slots at half a dozen airports in exchange for government clearance for a merger could lift a cloud that has hung over a popular corner of the municipal bond market since late summer.
Chen Jiahe, Analyst at Cinda Securities tells CNBC's Cash Flow that while change will take a long time, he still likes the China market.
SINGAPORE/ YANGON, Nov 12- At Yangon International airport, large blue and white signs in the arrival and departure halls promote Singapore's stock exchange as the go-to destination for Myanmar businesses seeking capital.
*Spain in talks with Asian airlines over Madrid flights. *Deals would help Aena sale and boost tourism to Spain. LONDON, Nov 7- Spain is in talks with Asian airlines to bring more flights to Madrid's underused Barajas airport ahead of the planned privatisation of debt-laden airport operator Aena, its industry minister told Reuters.
Nov 4- Hertz Global Holdings Inc's quarterly adjusted profit beat analysts' estimates, helped by higher off-airport car rentals and strong performance of Dollar Thrifty, which it bought last year.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports suspected gunman in the LAX shooting allegedly texted his brother prior to the shooting that he was thinking of harming his own life.
Los Angeles officials address the shooting at LAX on Friday. The suspected gunman has been taken into custody and identified as Paul Anthony Ciancia.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports parts of the the airport in Los Angeles are returning to normal after the shooting on Friday.
Discussing whether incidences like the shooting at LAX on Friday are preventable, and if TSA employees should be armed, with Former FBI assistant director Chris Swecker, and former TSA administrator Adm. James Loy.
One TSA officer is dead, and at least 7 people are injured in a shooting that took place at Los Angeles International Airport, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Robert Strang, former FBI agent, says if you are wearing a uniform and a badge you should be armed.
Edmund Hartnett, Bronson Risk Consultants and former NYPD Deputy Chief, weighs in on security measures the NYPD will take at the New York City Marathon. "If you see something, say something," he urges.
CNBC's Mary Thompson takes a look behind the scenes of the New York City Marathon. New York Road Runners have doubled the security budget for this year's race.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports President Obama is concerned about the LAX shooting.
As holiday shopping nears, Michael Rozin, Rozin Security, discusses security in malls and weighs in on TSA security in the wake of the shooting at LAX.
Tory Bellici, eyewitness, recounts his experience of the shooting at LAX. And Jeff Lanza, retired FBI Special Agent, discusses airport security. You will always have problems with an entry point, says Lanza.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the latest impact the shooting at LAX is having on airline flights at the airport.
NBC News is reporting the LAX shooting suspect is 23-year old Paul Anthony Ciancia. The condition of the suspected shooter is unknown, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.