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Airlines Ban Hoverboards Due To Concerns They Can Burst Into FlamesIf you're traveling by air this holiday season, don't pack your hoverboard. Several airlines have issued bans on the popular self-balancing scooters due to concerns they may spontaneously ignite.
Hidden Identity Dangers On Your Discarded Boarding PassesNext time you fly here's some advice: be careful about what you do with your boarding pass.
After Leaving SFO On Final Journey, US Airways Flight 1939 Lands In PhillyThe final US Airways flight landed in Philadelphia after leaving San Francisco Friday night on the last leg of a round-trip journey.
Airlines Fighting For Your Business With Flights As Low As $15Airline fare wars are making a comeback, and that's good news for passengers everywhere.
Feds Probe Whether Major Airlines Illegally Conspired To Limit Seats, Keep Fares HighThe Justice Department is investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high.
17 United Airlines Flights Delayed At SFO; Bomb Threat Adds To Confusion17 United Airlines flights were delayed out of SFO Tuesday morning as a result of dispatching problem. A called in bomb threat added to the confusion, but was determined to be a hoax.
11 Bay Area Flights Canceled After Southwest Grounds 128 Planes Over Maintenance IssueEleven flights have been cancelled out of the Bay Area on Wednesday after Southwest Airlines decided to ground 128 planes when they failed to inspect backup hydraulic systems used to control the rudder if the main system fails.
Recent Bomb Threats To Airlines Via Twitter Prompts Federal InvestigationIf you saw a Twitter conversation-turned-threat between your airline and a user with ISIS referenced in their name hours before your flight, would you reconsider your travel plans?
How To Fit Everything Under The SeatAvoid paying a carry-on fee by following these helpful tips.
Airlines Consider 'Economy Minus' Seats With Less Room, Lower PriceAn un-named major airline is now tinkering with the idea of offering something called Economy Minus, with less legroom and seats that don't recline at a discount price.
Bay Area Southwest Jets To Begin Using Sustainable Fuel From Twigs, Bark, WoodThe idea of your jet fuel coming from sawdust, twigs, bark, and wood biomass might seem odd, but Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) has always done things a bit differently, and Wednesday announced that starting in 2016, jets flying from San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland would begin using a sustainable, low-carbon biofuel in addition to regular fuel.
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