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7/25/2016

The Department of Homeland Security wants to expand Customs and Border Protection's Preclearance program to include more foreign airports. US customs officers stationed at participating airports screen travelers before they are allowed to board US-bound flights.

7/25/2016

A strong demand for Hawaii vacations increased Hawaiian Airlines earning growth up 63% and boosted revenues by 4% in the second quarter, said CEO Mark Dunkerley. "It is really a pretty good combination of factors that's worked well for us so far," Dunkerley said.

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7/25/2016

JetBlue's potato farm at John F. Kennedy International Airport and United Airlines' new "Stroopwafel" breakfast highlight how airlines are elevating their dining options. Hawaiian Airlines is working with well-known executive chef Chai Chawasaree.

7/25/2016

American Airlines and Airbus have agreed to extend the delivery schedule for 22 A350 XWB commercial jetliners, saving $1.2 billion in expenditures through 2018.

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7/25/2016

Southwest Airlines is using all of its communications channels to engage with customers following a technology malfunction. Southwest is extending a fare sale and working to contact each customer affected.

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7/25/2016

FedEx Ground Package System is planning a $150 million expansion in Boone County, Ky. The project will bring 378 part-time jobs and 62 full-time jobs to the area.

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7/25/2016

The Circle in the City music series will hit New York this summer, with free acoustic performances in Bryant Park thanks to Southwest Airlines and the Grand Ole Opry.

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Sounds Like Nashville
7/25/2016

Transportation Security Administration officers screening passengers at Iowa's Dubuque Regional Airport found a gun in a traveler's carry-on bag. Authorities seized the weapon and allowed the traveler to board a later flight.

7/25/2016

Transportation Security Administration officials at Chicago O'Hare International Airport on Friday explained the reasoning behind some TSA rules. For example, travelers are asked to remove their shoes so that officers can check them for explosives.

7/25/2016

Maryland's Baltimore–Washington International Airport will open a gym this fall. Travelers using the gym will be able to rent workout clothes and take a shower before catching their flights.