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  • China's megadeals definitely don't spell 'doomsday' Sunday, 24 Jan 2016 | 8:29 PM ET
    Mechanics check a high-speed train at Xi'an Electric Multiple Unit Maintenance Base

    China's flurry of trade and intrastructure pacts, plus $9B in private-sector deals within a few weeks, looks far from unhealthy.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 22- Nearly 300,000 recreational drone owners have registered their unmanned aircraft in a new federal database intended to help address a surge of rogue drone flights near airports and public venues, U.S. regulators said on Friday. The Federal Aviation Administration said 295,306 owners registered in the 30- day period after the registry was...

  • SEATTLE, Jan 22- A former Alaska Airlines pilot has been charged with flying two passenger flights between California and Oregon in 2014 while under the influence of alcohol, federal prosecutors said. Attorney for the Central District of California, said in a statement on Thursday. Arntson flew from San Diego International Airport to an airport in Portland,...

  • Jan 21- The suspension of production at an eastern Canadian mine may lead Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc to shelve plans to build a new West Coast shipping terminal with partners Mosaic Co and Agrium Inc, Potash Chief Executive Jochen Tilk said on Thursday. The decision allows Canpotex to "indefinitely defer" a decision on the C $900 million Prince Rupert...

  • SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan 21- California Governor Jerry Brown urged continued fiscal restraint amid the state's economic expansion but hinted broadly that new fees would be needed to pay for repairs of deteriorating roads, bridges and other infrastructure. Improvements in the state's financial health and a weather pattern that is helping to ease four years of...

  • AMSTERDAM, Jan 20- A new European airline association launched on Wednesday wants the European Union to reform its regulations to bring down the cost of using airports in the region and to tackle air traffic control strikes that typically occur each summer. Airlines for Europe, or A4E, was founded by Europe's five largest carriers IAG, Air France-KLM, easyJet,...

  • New European airline lobby group wants EU airport fees cut Wednesday, 20 Jan 2016 | 11:30 AM ET

    AMSTERDAM, Jan 20- A new European airline association launched on Wednesday wants the European Union to reform its regulations to bring down the cost of using airports in the region. Airlines for Europe, or A4E, founded by IAG, Air France-KLM, easyJet, Lufthansa and Ryanair, said a new study showed that charges at the largest 21 European airports have risen 80...

  • DELTA EXPECTS HIGHER RETURNS FROM NEW YORK'S KENNEDY AIRPORT FLIGHTS AS IT RAMPS UP TO 250 DAILY DEPARTURES THERE- CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER.

  • CHICAGO, Jan 15- Two cargoes of Argentine wheat were scheduled to arrive at port in Wilmington, North Carolina, shipping data showed on Friday, indicating a rare situation where U.S. buyers actually find it cheaper to purchase imported grain than abundant domestic supplies. Argentina's wheat prices tumbled last month after the country devalued its peso and...

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

  • COPENHAGEN, Jan 8- Rates for shipping containers from ports in Asia to Northern Europe fell by 24.4 percent to $932 per 20- foot container in the week to Friday, a London- based container derivative trader with access to data from Shanghai Shipping Exchange told Reuters. The spot freight rates for transporting containers, carrying anything from flat-screen TVs...

  • Pension funds such as the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board and sovereign wealth funds such as China Investment Corp, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and the Kuwait Investment Authority have already invested in Australian assets and could be prominent players in the new government sales. "There's a massive amount of money looking for yield," said...

  • 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...

  • SINGAPORE, Jan 6- U.S. soybean futures edged lower on Wednesday, giving up some of last session's gains as forecasts of record exports from Brazil and a lack of demand for U.S. shipments weighed on the market. Brazil will likely export a record 57 million tonnes of soybeans in 2016, with new northern ports shipping most of the 4 million tonnes increase from last year,...

  • HAVANA, Jan 4- Virginia's port authority will become the first U.S. port operator to sign a cooperation agreement with its Cuban counterpart, in an effort to increase trade and establish direct service with Cuba, Virginia's governor said on Monday. "As Cuba and the United States normalize relationships, we'd like to see the Cuban companies establish Virginia as...

  • 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.

  • YELLOWKNIFE, Northwest Territories, Dec 24- Each winter, in the far reaches of Canada's north, a highway of ice built atop frozen lakes and tundra acts as a supply lifeline to remote diamond mines, bustling with traffic for a couple of months before melting away in the spring. Since its first season in 1982, the road has been vital to a handful of mines scattered...

  • Houston- based pipeline group Enterprise Products Partners LP said in a statement it will provide pipeline and marine terminal services to load a 600,000- barrel cargo of domestic light crude oil scheduled for the first week of January. "We are excited to announce our first contract to export U.S. crude oil, which to our knowledge may be the first export cargo of...

  • 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.