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Money-losing Virgin America won’t stop fighting

Our first-ever guest blogger, Lori Ranson of ATI and the (perhaps) soon-to-be Ranson Note blog, gets Virgin America’s Dave Cush to open up about holding data back.

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Holiday airport crises a ray of sunshine for flyer advocates

Kate Hanni senses momentum

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Feds take yet another stab at LaGuardia delays, congestion

Little airport, big problem, bigger solution: the FAA, the DOT and New York’s LaGuardia

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Tarmac delays task force spurs dissent

Always angry, always insulted, Kate Hanni dissents. But does she have a point? Ask Leo Schefer from Dulles.

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FAA, New York, airports, all in slot solution suit

Showdown looms between the feds and New York, airlines over landing slot auctions.

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Some Capitol sightings

We spot former Transportation Secretary Norm Mineta in the docket room, while Kevin Mitchell continues his tireless quest.

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Could the airline downturn erase NYC airport congestion?

It may not be a market solution, but US Airways says the slump will solve New York City congestion.

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Don’t read this blog

The DoT secretary starts her own blog.

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And the airspace czar winner (?) is Staten Island

The new New York-area airspace czar – or czarina – comes from the centre of this complex territory.

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