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- USA TODAY
An American Airlines flight from Miami to London this week turned around and headed back to the U.S. after a passenger refused to wear a face mask.
The cruise line's parent company has reportedly filed for bankruptcy.
- Yahoo Finance Canada
One-way fares for ultra-low cost Lynx Air will start at $39 in April.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
JSX, a semiprivate jet service that has been in Phoenix for three years, announces new flights to California and other destinations. Here's where.
Emirates, Air India, All Nippon Airlines and Japan Airlines all announced that they are canceling some flights to the U.S.
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- Associated Press
American Airlines lost $931 million in the fourth quarter and the incoming CEO said Thursday that the surge in COVID-19 will delay the airline's recovery by two or three months. First-quarter revenue is expected to be down about 20% to 22% compared with the first quarter of 2019, and it will fly slightly less than it did two years ago, the airline said. The rise in virus cases fueled by the omicron variant is hurting bookings, but airlines remain upbeat about spring and summer travel.
United Airlines reported another quarterly loss Wednesday on the lingering drag from Covid-19 but offered an upbeat outlook on a travel comeback later in 2022 and in future years.
- CBS News
American Airlines Flight 38 was heading to London with 129 passengers on board when it had to turn back.
- HuffPost Life
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- CBS Miami
An American Airlines London bound flight from Miami was forced to turn around Wednesday night after a passenger refused to wear a mask.
More than 100 passengers were on the plane when it was forced to turn around an hour and a half into the flight
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Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro joins the Live show to discuss fourth quarter earnings for United Airlines, American Airlines, and Union Pacific.
- USA TODAY
Several international airlines have suspended U.S. flights due to concerns 5G frequencies interfere with plane systems.
- Charlotte Observer
That also means there’s much less chance of disruption for passengers of the airline in Charlotte and elsewhere.
Emirates said Thursday it will lift a suspension of flights to several US destinations in a "temporary reprieve" after the launch of 5G networks was delayed near American airports over safety fears.
Telecom giants AT&T and Verizon began 5G service in the United States Wednesday without major disruptions to flights after the launch of the new wireless technology was scaled back.
- CBS News Videos
Verizon and AT&T are launching their 5G service nationwide, but are delaying the rollout at some airports on Wednesday as airlines continue to warn of flight cancellations and delays. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports from Denver International Airport.
AT&T and Verizon will delay launching new wireless service near key airports after the nation’s largest airlines said the service would interfere with aircraft technology and cause widespread flight disruptions.