Delta Air Lines cancels hundreds more flights as DOT opens probe

Delta canceled another 400 flights Tuesday as its troubles in the wake of the global CrowdStrike-Microsoft IT outage dragged on for the fifth consecutive day. The Atlanta-based carrier also saw more than 300 flights delayed Tuesday. The ongoing issues have prompted the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Office of Aviation Consumer Protection More...

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Delta cancels hundreds more flights as its recovery from global CrowdStrike-Microsoft outage lags

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian apologized and offered frequent flyer miles to travelers for thousands of flight cancellations as the carrier struggled to recover from Friday’s globe-spanning IT outage, disruptions More...

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American Airlines flight aborts takeoff after tire issue on runway

An American Airlines flight was canceled Wednesday morning after it experienced a tire issue trying to take off in Tampa, Florida, the airline said. Flight 590, which was set to head to Phoenix, “experienced More...

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Barcelona protesters throw items and spray travelers with water while shouting ‘tourists go home’

Millions flock to Barcelona every year to enjoy a sweet taste of idyllic European life. But over the weekend, thousands of locals marched through the streets and sprayed visitors with water guns in outrage over More...

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Boeing to plead guilty to criminal fraud charge stemming from 737 Max crashes

Boeing will plead guilty to a criminal fraud charge tied to fatal 737 Max crashes, the Justice Department said Sunday, months after U.S. prosecutors said the aerospace giant violated a 2021 settlement that More...

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Extreme heat is changing where and when we vacation

Cathy Balestriere was expecting “especially low” bookings last month at Crane’s Beach House, the boutique hotel she manages in Delray Beach, Florida. Instead, they jumped 12% from the year before. “It More...

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Amtrak services between New York and Boston resume after suspension

All Amtrak services between New York Penn Station and Boston South Station resumed Saturday night after they were suspended earlier in the day because of power issues. Service between the two Northeastern cities More...

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Air travel is getting worse. That’s what passengers are telling the U.S. government

WASHINGTON — Air travel got more miserable last year, if the number of consumer complaints filed with the U.S. government is any measure. The Transportation Department said Friday that it received nearly More...

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Gas is cheaper this July Fourth. Here’s how to stretch your dollar even further at the pump.

Gasoline prices have been inching up recently, but they’re still on track to notch the cheapest July Fourth since 2021. That’s bringing some relief to drivers across the U.S., where a gallon of regular costs More...

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July 4 travel hitting new record thanks to lower gas prices, humming economy

Travelers heading out for the July 4 holiday can expect plenty of company this year. Nearly 71 million people will be on the move over July 4th week, according to AAA — a new record that exceeds pre-pandemic More...