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Jeff Price, former deputy of security at Denver International Airport, and Gary Oliver, BSG LLC CEO, provide prospective on how the LAX shooter might have entered the airport with weapons.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks at how the shooting at LAX is impacting the nation's airspace.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the latest details from the shooting at the Los Angeles International Airport.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen and Phil LeBeau discuss the ripple effects the LAX shooting will have on air travel. LeBeau says people bring guns to the airport more often than you think.
A man with a rifle was reportedly able to get past security and open fire in terminal 3 of LAX airport today. Two people are reported injured. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the incident may be winding down.
Numerous police and fire officials are on the scene at LAX where a man with a rifle opened fire in terminal 3. At least 3 people are reported injured. KNBC's Jacob Rascon reports.
An active shooter in terminal 3 of the Los Angeles International Airport has been reported along with shots fired. KNBC Los Angeles and CNBC's Scott Cohn report the latest details.
JFK, LaGuardia and Newark-Liberty International Airport lag well behind most other airports in amenities, according to a survey by an advocacy group.
CHICAGO, Oct 25- The U.S. Department of Transportation said it fined United Airlines $1.1 million on Friday, the largest fine assessed for a tarmac-delay violation since the rule limiting long delays took effect in April 2010. The airline was fined for tarmac delays that took place at Chicago-O'Hare International Airport on July 13, 2012, the DOT said.
Traffic to Barajas airport has dropped as Spain's economic crisis cut domestic tourism and business travel. Investment bank Lazard and Spain's N +1 brokerage are helping with a search for investors for a public launch of at least 49 percent of Aena, which operates 46 Spanish airports and London's Luton, and has stakes in 14 Latin American airports.
Air travelers would face lengthy delays if a radar unit or other equipment broke at a major U.S. airport because no one is on duty to fix it, Paul Rinaldi, president of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association, told Reuters in an interview.
A 9-year-old boy passed TSA officials without a boarding pass at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and flew to Las Vegas alone. NBC.
Tyler Dikman, CEO of LoungeBuddy, explains how he plans to make the airport experience less stressful.
The ballot measure that taps into unease over American income inequality goes before voters in the city of SeaTac on Nov. 5. The wage campaign, funded by labor and community groups, comes during a push for more liveable wages for lower-skilled workers that extends far beyond SeaTac, an ethnic hodgepodge of roughly 28,000 people that was incorporated in 1990..
Boeing said the diversion resulted from an "inoperative antenna" used to transmit the plane's identification information during flight. Flight is allowed with the antenna not working, but requires air traffic controllers along the route to pre-approve the flight, Boeing said.
*Cuts adj earnings/share forecast to $1.68- $1.78 from $1.78- $1.88. Hertz said it now expects full-year adjusted earnings of $1.68- $1.78 per share, down from its previous forecast of $1.78- $1.88, based on 465 million shares. Hertz shares, which have gained 10 percent in the last three months, closed at $25.78 on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
Hertz, the No.2 U.S. car rental company, said it expects revenue of $10.80- $10.90 billion, down from its previous forecast of $10.85- $10.95 billion.
Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, talks about the upcoming opening of the second Dubai airport, and why it has the potential to become the world's largest airport.
BEIJING, Sept 16- More than 50 cities in China have answered Beijing's call for cleaner economic growth with plans for aviation hubs, airports clustered with industrial zones.
If you have ever been to those restaurants in the airport that use iPads for ordering food, chances are it's run by OTG Management. Rick Blatstein, founder and CEO of OTG Management, discusses the possibility of machines replacing man.