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Tweets tell tales of airline disaster, short and very fast

Not the way an airline wants to be tweeted on Twitter.

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US Airways in drinks retreat: buy a pillow, get a soda

Flight attendants rejoice: we’re not sales agents anymore.

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Frequent flyers to airlines: not so fast, fellows

The power of protests: carriers back down on frequent-flyer cutbacks, or ‘Randy tells it to Andy’

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Pittsburgh gets new service

Pittsburgh gets a new link to Harrisburg – and the world.

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To Paris. from Pittsburgh? Delta says yes, adds RDU

Delta will link cities it doesn’t really serve with Paris.

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Singapore adds ancillaries as Left Field yaks extras on NPR

Small change ahead for ancillaries.

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Frequent flyer minimum mile awards are less so

Minimum frequent-flyer awards fly away – except for elites.

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Shuttle change as Delta adds first class DCA-LGA-BOS

Delta’s latest: first-class Shuttle seats

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Three years old, sort of, US Airways makes some changes

As US Airways nears its third post-merger anniversary, a few folks leave, including a friend of ours.

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Ancillaries again in and on the air

Ancillary fees are again the topic de jour.

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