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Hurricane Maria: Copa Cancels Flights To Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic

    Hurricane Maria: Copa Cancels Flights To Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic

MIAMI — Panamanian flag carrier, Copa Airlines, announced the suspension of operations to and from San Juan, Puerto Rico and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, for today, September 20, and tomorrow,

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We’re All in this Together: Airlines Step Up for the Greater Good

    We’re All in this Together: Airlines Step Up for the Greater Good

MIAMI — Just as it tends to, tragedy has once again brought people together, and this time the tragedy was twofold. Hurricane Harvey hit southern Texas on August 25, just about

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Miami International Airport Resumes Operations

    Miami International Airport Resumes Operations

MIAMI — Today, Miami International Airport announced that passenger and cargo flight operations will resume on a limited basis after the transiting of Irma, a category 4 hurricane. Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport is

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UPDATE: Delta Cancels 800 Flights In Atlanta In Advance of Hurricane Irma

    UPDATE: Delta Cancels 800 Flights In Atlanta In Advance of Hurricane Irma

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines’ Operations and Customer Center canceled around 800 flights today at the company’s largest hub in Atlanta, as Hurricane Irma bears down on the metro area of

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ANALYSIS: Hurricane Irma Could Cost the US Airline Industry $2.5 Billion

    ANALYSIS: Hurricane Irma Could Cost the US Airline Industry $2.5 Billion

MIAMI — As the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic bears down on Miami (and Airways world headquarters), the

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Modern Weather Forecasting Reduces Delays, Diversions and Injuries

    Modern Weather Forecasting Reduces Delays, Diversions and Injuries

MIAMI — The modern era of weather forecasting as we know it today began in the 1980s, when computer models

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By the Numbers: Airlines and the Winter Storms of 2015

    By the Numbers: Airlines and the Winter Storms of 2015

MIAMI — As U.S. carriers dig out from this weekend’s Winter Storm Pandora, Airways looks back at the thousands of

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Rockwell Collins Demonstrates Newest Inflight Weather Radar Technology

    Rockwell Collins Demonstrates Newest Inflight Weather Radar Technology

MIAMI — Rockwell Collins, one of the biggest names in avionics, has released the newest iteration of its popular MultiScan

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Airplanes & Ice: The Mortal Enemy

    Airplanes & Ice: The Mortal Enemy

MIAMI — Over the past several days we have watched a giant winter storm trek its way defiantly across the

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