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McCarthy/Staff Photographer With Terminal D, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport has a firm foothold on international flights. Published: 10 February 2014 09:00 PM Updated: 10 February 2014 09:10 PM D/FW Airport flying under the radar? Sounds
February 10 The Kansas City Star A parade of people went to the microphone Monday night to urge a citizens task force not to spoil Kansas Citys great airport with a new single terminal. More News Leave it as is and maintain it right, Dick Foreshoe
Pa.The icy conditions have knocked out power to tens of thousands of electric customers in southeastern Pennsylvania and prompted school and legislative delays as well as speed reductions on major roadways. Wednesday in the five-county Philadelphia
Three years after unveiling its top-flight Terminal 2, San Francisco International Airport has reopened the Terminal 3E wing. A renovation that took 18 months has transformed this space into a new 10-gate boarding area for United Airlines...
Customs and Border Protection says a military flight was delayed at Bangor International Airport for hours because defense contractors lacked paperwork for their military gear. The episode began Sunday evening when the flight with 102 soldiers and
Federal authorities are at Philadelphia's airport because of an apparent bomb threat made in connection with an incoming flight from Ireland. USAirways Flight 777 from Shannon landed at Philadelphia International Airport on Wednesday afternoon.
Southwest Airlines plans to start nonstop flights between Dallas and New York and 14 other cities this fall, when federal limits on the airline's home airport end...Southwest announced Monday that it will fly from Love Field to five cities on Oct. 13
North America, "but there's a more positive feeling this year than in past years and there are a number of airports actively in the midst of major, multiyear projects." Here's a look at some of the airport upgrade projects in the works--and on the
It used to burn off excess methane produced at this Philadelphia sewage treatment plant. But with the completion of a $47.5million project, the gas now is transformed into heat and electricity, putting the plant front and center in a sewage paradigm
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Several hours of waiting in line to be screened by Transportation Security Administration agents were reduced to five to 10 minutes Thursday at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport after the agency