Southwest airline reservations news
Southwest sues Web site aiding boarders
Cattle-call check-ins spawn online firms giving fliers a leg up With more and more Web sites offering to help passengers buck Southwest Airlines first-come, first-serve boarding process to lock in a coveted window or aisle seat for a fee, the discount carrier has turned to the courts to protect its one-of-a-kind system.
How to Survive the Summer Airline Stampede
Tips to Reduce Stress as You Brave the Crowds
Farm & Ranch Guide
Nonprofit Farm Rescue announced that it successfully completed spring planting for 10 family farms throughout North Dakota. The organization also announced its intention to increase the number of farmers who will receive assistance in 2007 and has planned two events to help raise funds.
ATW Daily News
Luxair ordered three 70-seat Q400s from Bombardier, worth $75.5 million at list prices. It also took three options. The company said last month that streamlining its fleet with the introduction of 70/90-seat aircraft was part of its effort to return its airline unit to profitability ( ATWOnline , May 16) . It will take delivery of the Q400s next year and use them mainly on routes to London,
Relief in Sight
More parking. Less aggravation. Maybe. The Philadelphia Parking Authority plans to expand its crowded Philadelphia International Airport economy lot in about a year, by leveling the largely empty Overseas Terminal on Island Avenue.
TUCSON ● The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona and Cox Communications have teamed up to offer free workshops on Internet technology and tools for use by nonprofits and community groups. The first, Internet Basics runs June 29 from 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. Subsequent topics include blogging, podcasting and tips for marketing with audio.
Delegation starts work on Wright
WASHINGTON – House members from North Texas were working Tuesday to resolve long-held differences in hopes they can rally behind the Dallas-Fort Worth compromise to repeal the Wright amendment.
Congressman eases on Wright
WASHINGTON – Rep. Joe Barton said Monday he would not use his House leadership post to block the Dallas-Fort Worth compromise to repeal the Wright amendment.
The 25 Most Influential Executives, 2004
JANUARY 17, 2005 -- Business travel executives faced a new set of decisions last year, while U.S. government officials resolved some long-standing issues.
M ann Packing Co. is kicking off its annual summer sweepstakes, awarding 30 customers an iPod nano and a $500 shopping spree at www.bigfitness.com.