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  • *India, U.S. aim to track submarines in Indian Ocean. NEW DELHI/ HONG KONG, May 2- India and the United States are in talks to help each other track submarines in the Indian Ocean, military officials say, a move that could further tighten defense ties between New Delhi and Washington as China steps up its undersea activities. Both the United States and India are growing...

  • BRUSSELS— Under extra security, the Brussels Airport reopened its departure hall Sunday for the first time since deadly Islamic extremist attacks in March. Passengers on select flights started using the newly-repaired departure hall Sunday after a special ceremony presided over by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel. Brussels is back in business, "...

  • The 2015 annual incentive pay of Chief Operations Officer Greg Hart was reduced by $1 million in connection with a probe into the No.3 U.S. airline's relationship with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The internal probe focused on whether United added flights to Columbia, South Carolina to curry favor with then- Port Authority Chairman David...

  • FRANKFURT, April 29- German transport minister Alexander Dobrindt urged foreign carmakers and vehicle testing authorities to cooperate with Germany to clamp down on diesel emissions by issuing wider recalls, German daily newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung said. Germany's motor transport authority KBA conducted blanket tests of foreign and domestic car...

  • DETROIT, April 29- Google and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV are close to agreeing on a partnership that could break boundaries between Silicon Valley and the auto industry in the race to develop self-driving cars, people familiar with the discussions said on Friday. The partnership could be announced soon, three people familiar with the situation told Reuters...

  • WASHINGTON, April 29- U.S. government-owned passenger rail company Amtrak wields improper and coercive regulatory power over private freight carriers under a law that lets it help set rules that competing railroads must follow, a federal appeals court ruled on Friday. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit struck down parts of the 2008...

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    Nissan Motor said Friday that it is recalling 3.53 million vehicles because the passenger-side air bags may not work properly.

  • FORT WORTH, Texas— A concert musician who was not allowed to board a flight with her violin says she hopes the incident will raise awareness of regulations that permit violins and other small instruments as carry-on luggage. Rachel Barton Pine was told by a flight attendant and captain of an American Eagle flight that she could not bring her 18th century violin...

  • Olsen Cruise Lines ship docked at Norfolk, Virginia, U.S. health officials and the company said on Friday. The norovirus outbreak took place aboard the Britain- based line's Balmoral during a transatlantic cruise, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement. Most of the passengers were from Britain, it said.

  • NEW YORK, April 29- Canada's biggest railway struggled to keep some heavily used track in adequate repair even after a string of derailments last year showed the danger of moving oil on poorly maintained track, documents obtained by Reuters show. The third train spilled crude oil in and around a river near the town of Gogama, igniting a fire that burned for days.

  • ATLANTA, April 29- Delta Air Lines Inc sees opportunities for the airlines in which it owns equity stakes to cooperate more in the next five years, Delta's incoming Chief Executive Ed Bastian told reporters in Atlanta on Friday. Delta's incoming President Glen Hauenstein later told reporters sitting on one of the airline's widebody aircraft in Atlanta that...

  • WASHINGTON— A federal appeals court has once again ruled that Congress can't give Amtrak power to impose rail standards on other private railroads. The Supreme Court sent the case back, telling the lower court to consider that Amtrak was created by Congress with heavy government oversight and public subsidies. "There are limits to how far Congress may go to...

  • April 29- All flights into Philadelphia International Airport were halted for less than an hour on Friday morning after pilots of two planes reported problems- including smoke in the cabin- before landing safely. The pilot of American Eagle flight 4801 from Richmond, Virginia, operated by Piedmont Airlines, reported smoke in the cockpit just before the plane's...

  • DELTA WILL EVOLVE ITS PRODUCT IN TIME TO FEND OFF COMPETITIVE THREAT, IF ANY, FROM LOW-COST LONG-HAUL AIRLINES- DELTA INCOMING PRESIDENT.

  • April 29- American Airlines Group Inc terminated Chief Executive Douglas Parker's employment agreement on his request but said he would continue to be the chairman and CEO of the company. Parker, who was appointed CEO of American Airlines following the merger of U.S. Airways and American Airlines in 2013, received compensation of $11.4 million in 2015,...

  • April 29- American Airlines Group Inc said it terminated Chief Executive Douglas Parker's employment agreement on his request.

  • Go-Jek, a play on the local word for motorbike taxis, has become popular among commuters on the traffic-clogged streets of Jakarta as its phone app removes much of the hassle of finding a driver and negotiating fares. But Go-Jek cannot afford to continue relying on subsidies as "you end up where you run out of money", Go-Jek founder Nadiem Makarim told Reuters on the...

  • ATLANTA, April 29- Delta Air Lines Inc sees opportunities for the airlines in which it owns equity stakes to cooperate more in the next five years, Delta's incoming Chief Executive Ed Bastian told reporters in Atlanta on Friday. Delta owns stakes in Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd, China Eastern Airlines Corp Ltd, Grupo Aeromexico SAB de CV and Brazil's Gol Linhas...

  • DELTA SEES OPPORTUNITIES IN NEXT 5 YEARS FOR CLOSER COOPERATION AMONG AIRLINES IN WHICH IT OWNS EQUITY STAKES- INCOMING CEO.

  • ATLANTA, April 29- Delta Air Lines Inc plans to buy a 5 percent stake in biometric technology company CLEAR to deploy fingerprinting and iris identification services at major U.S. airports and speed up security lines, Delta's incoming Chief Executive Ed Bastian told reporters in Atlanta on Friday. Delta said in a separate news release that it is still...

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