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What we’re reading: United O’Hare employee clinic, UA plane hits fuel truck, 787 probe widens

United O'Hare free employee clinic at Walgreens, United plane hits fuel truck, excess battery voltage ruled out in Boeing 787s

What we’re reading: JAL to serve KFC, Concorde verdict overturned, planes to fit 800?

JAL to serve KFC on certain flights, Concorde verdict against Continental overturned, is bigger really better?

What we’re reading: Rental car 101, business travel stress, JAL & BA codeshare

Renting a car 101, business travel stress, JAL and BA expand codeshare agreement

What we’re reading: USAir President thinks consolidation ending, airplanes cleared after hijack threat, JAL is back

USAir President thinks consolidation ending after AA/USAir merger, threatened airplanes cleared after hijack threat, JAL is back after bankruptcy
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What we’re reading: SWA and UA plan international flights from Houston, FAA monitors system safety via airports, 787 making new routes economically viable

Hobby international flights and new terminal proposal triggers clash between United and Southwest, FAA monitors system safety via airports, Boeing 787 making new routes economically viable

What we’re reading: TSA blew it, Sayonara 747, Mesa Air out of bankruptcy

TSA blew it by letting box cutters pass, Sayonara 747 from Japan Airlines, Mesa Air out of bankruptcy

What we’re reading: FAA orders Boeing 747 fix, JAL sells hotel shares, are hotel breakfasts extra value?

FAA orders Boeing 747 fix, JAL sells most JAL Hotel shares, are hotel breakfasts extra value?

What we’re reading: Hotel upgrade strategies, Airline antitrust immunity in Japan, Boeing 787 tests halfway there

Strategies for getting hotel upgrades, Airlines apply for antitrust immunity in Japan, Boeing 787 tests reach halfway point

What we’re reading: FAA looks at Bombardier, re-engining may be a problem, JAL restructures

US seeks Bombardier Q400 fixes, Airline doubts engine fixes, JAL restructures routes

What we’re reading: Summer airfares rise, CO & USAir respond to tarmac delay rule, JAL cuts 51 routes

Summer irfares rise as economy improves, Continental and USAir respond to tarmac delay rule, JAL cuts 51 routes