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Is Open Seating Losing Altitude at Southwest?

    Is Open Seating Losing Altitude at Southwest?

MIAMI — Southwest Airlines has earned a reputation as a bit of a contrarian. Unlike its legacy competitors, the airline allows two bags to fly free, refuses to implement change fees,

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American Airlines Expands East Asian Presence from DFW

    American Airlines Expands East Asian Presence from DFW

MIAMI — As the wheels of the much-celebrated US Airways Flight 1939 hit the ground in Philadelphia during the morning’s early hours on October 17, a sizable shift occurred within the

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Airlines Compete for Operational Excellency

    Airlines Compete for Operational Excellency

MIAMI— As the holidays march forward and as 2015 draws to a close, the airline industry offers consumers a number of reasons to cheer. Most notably, a slip in airfares

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American Airlines Employees Ratify Five-Year Labor Deal

    American Airlines Employees Ratify Five-Year Labor Deal

MIAMI— On Monday American Airlines’ customer service and reservations agents formally ratified a new five-year labor deal, reports the Wall Street Journal. The contract includes marked pay raises of about 30%,

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Onboard OneJet: Indy to Pittsburgh

    Onboard OneJet: Indy to Pittsburgh

MIAMI — “One trip. One Jet. Zero stops,” reads a banner overhanging the check-in area at Indianapolis International Airport (IND). OneJet,

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Is Another Southwest Merger on the Frontier?

    Is Another Southwest Merger on the Frontier?

MIAMI — Last December, Southwest Airlines finally wrapped up its lengthy integration process with AirTran Airways, fully drawing the merger to

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American Airlines to Expand in Cancun

    American Airlines to Expand in Cancun

MIAMI —American Airlines may owe its name to its United States home, but the carrier is making more inroads south

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United Airlines Halts Outsourcing Until 2017

    United Airlines Halts Outsourcing Until 2017

MIAMI —United Airlines pledges “friendly skies” to its customers in its company slogan. The airline also recently made a pledge

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Southwest Airlines Announces New Routes, Cuts for Spring

    Southwest Airlines Announces New Routes, Cuts for Spring

MIAMI —The fall season may just be upon us, but Southwest Airlines already has spring travel on its mind. On

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American Airlines to Build New Headquarters Facility

    American Airlines to Build New Headquarters Facility

MIAMI —On Thursday, American Airlines unveiled plans to construct a new headquarters facility, reports the Dallas Morning News. The company

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