LAX

AA’s flag tail stays, surviving airport delays, LAX wants to sue AA for back rent

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The woman behind the voice, Delta expands San Juan service, water problems at LAX

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The suit by the Department of Justice and various states to block the merger of US Airways and American Airlines has been settled. It’s highly unlikely the merger can be derailed. Ned Levi examines the potential future of the new American Airlines’ hubs and their chances of survival as hubs.

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Parker confident merger will go through, furloughs may violate treaty, United to open 787 base in Los Angeles

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AA/US team members meet with Congress, FAA may furlough controllers, new Tom Bradley terminal opens at LAX

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  We’ve all been on bumpy flights. And, most frequent fliers have at least one flight memory of a trip that went beyond bumpy. But short of anything involving an actual emergency landing, this friend’s Virgin America story is one of the scariest I’ve heard.

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Preview of international terminal at LAX, delighting hotel guests, 737MAX to enter service in 2017

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238 control towers that will close, LAX battles runway expansion with neighbors, 787 battery solution approved by FAA

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Alaska Airlines wins on-time award, planespotting at LAX, first MD-80 freighter set to fly

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Creating American’s new logo, LAX runway moves closer to homes, United improves on-time performance

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