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TSA Considering Merging PreCheck and Global Entry Programs
TSA Considering Merging PreCheck and Global Entry Programs

Top agency official says bringing the airport security programs together could enhance security and increase enrollment.

Supreme Court Okays Trump's Travel Ban
Supreme Court Okays Trump's Travel Ban

With two appeals pending, the U.S. Supreme Court enables ban against residents from eight countries.

British Airways Will Close Boutique Airline, Open Skies, in 2018
British Airways Will Close Boutique Airline, Open Skies, in 2018

BA is shutting down its ten-year-old subsidiary, Open Skies, which currently flies between New York and Paris.

The Ten 'Most Christmassy' Towns in the U.S.
The Ten 'Most Christmassy' Towns in the U.S.

The magic of the holiday season is alive and well, delighting visitors young and old, at these all-in Christmas-themed destinations.

Spirit Airlines Announces New Routes from Puget Sound to Montego Bay and Beyond
Spirit Airlines Announces New Routes from Puget Sound to Montego Bay and Beyond

While the routes and destinations vary widely, this new service delivers on Spirit’s promise to bring more service to cities in need of low fares.

PrivateFly Acquires Private Jet Broker Bird Dog

Private Jet charter company Bird Dog Jet has been acquired by U.K.-based PrivateFly.

American Airlines Rushing to Find Pilots After Computer Glitch Threatens Holiday Travel
American Airlines Rushing to Find Pilots After Computer Glitch Threatens Holiday Travel

The glitch could potentially leave as many as 15,000 flights without a crew. 

Favorable Winds Allow Bali Airport to Reopen After Mount Agung Eruption
Favorable Winds Allow Bali Airport to Reopen After Mount Agung Eruption

Weather experts hope that southeast winds will allow scheduled air service at Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport for at least the next few days.

U.S. DOT Approves Delta Air Lines and Korean Air Joint Venture
U.S. DOT Approves Delta Air Lines and Korean Air Joint Venture

The two will now look to earn approval from South Korea’s transport ministry before making the expanded partnership official.

Bali Airport Remains Closed as More Travelers are Stranded after Mount Agung Eruption
Bali Airport Remains Closed as More Travelers are Stranded after Mount Agung Eruption

As the volcano continues to rumble, some airlines have canceled flights into December, while the estimated number of stranded tourists could soon rise to 160,000.