Architect of Airline Deregulation Dies at 93

Alfred E. Khan, the man who ended government control of the airline industry in the 1970s, passed away yesterday at age 93.

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LAN Expecting Approval on TAM Merger in 2011

Chile’s LAN Airlines expects approval on a planned merger with Brazil’s TAM Airlines in the coming year, according to a top executive.

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Delays Could Linger for Days at New York Airports

Following a weekend blizzard and complete shutdown on Monday, New York’s three main airports are finally open and operating once again. However, officials warn that delays and flight cancelations could linger for days to come.

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New York Flights to Resume Later Today

Officials at New York City airports plan to resume normal operations at 4p.m. following a blizzard Sunday that left thousands of travelers stranded and city residents digging out from nearly two feet of snow.

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Bamboo Wheelchairs Unveiled at Japanese Airports

New bamboo wheelchairs will be installed at two Japanese airports in early 2011.

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