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Fitch assigns an 'AA' rating to the authority's $175 million series 2008 B (AMT) bonds and affirms the 'AA' long-term underlying rating on the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority's (the authority) approximately $4.2 billion of outstanding airport system revenue bonds.
The U.S. Homeland Security Department plans to run all incoming air cargo through radiation detectors at the nation's airports, the agency has announced. The object, closing what the Sept.
By Associated Press NEW YORK -- Stuck in an airport with kids? Your wait time might not be as dreadful as you fear. Cheapflights.com has compiled the "Kids' Airport Diversion Guide," listing play areas and onsite aviation museums to keep your children occupied until boarding time.
By Chris Walsh Frontier Airlines is considering giving back up to five gates at Denver International Airport as part of its bankruptcy reorganization, airport officials said. The Denver-based company leases or uses space on 21 gates at DIA for its Airbus jets.
By Barbara De Lollis ARLINGTON, Va. -- On most Friday nights, Roger Lotz roams Washington's Reagan National Airport, scanning faces for signs of confusion or anxiety. When he sees one, Lotz quickly approaches the person to offer his assistance.
By Chris Walsh Airfares from Denver to destinations within the United States rose by 8.4 percent in the first quarter compared with a year earlier - double the average increase nationally, according to the latest federal data.
By Linda Rawls, The Palm Beach Post, Fla. Jul. 15--JetBlue Airways Corp. will launch new service between Palm Beach International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport on Dec. 18, the airline said today.
JetBlue Airways has announced that it will launch new non-stop services from the Washington Dulles International Airport to Fort Myers and West Palm Beach, Florida, beginning December 18, 2008.
WASHINGTON, July 15, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq:JBLU) today announces plans to launch service from Washington Dulles International Airport to three new sun destinations this winter.
By Randy Griffith, Tribune-Democrat, Johnstown, Pa. Jul. 15--Soaring fuel prices are being blamed for the loss of one daily round-trip flight from the Johnstown and Altoona airports. Effective Aug.