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Top US airlines offer to re-assign crew from Zika-hit routes

HEALTH & SCIENCE

Top U.S. airlines United and Delta have offered to re-assign certain flight crew concerned about contracting the Zika virus from routes to Latin America and the Caribbean, the companies told Reuters on Wednesday.

Top US airlines offer to re-assign crew from Zika-hit routes

By Reuters | 5 years ago

Obama signs bill shielding US airlines from EU carbon fees

Obama signs bill shielding US airlines from EU carbon fees

United States President Barack Obama has signed into law a Bill that requires American airlines be excluded from European carbon emissions fees.

- | 8 years ago

US airlines to fare better than rivals global carriers

US airlines are expected to fare better than most of their foreign counterparts because they are trimming unprofitable routes and beefing up balance sheets as the economy begins to rebound.

| 11 years ago

FAA says glitch fixed, U.S. airlines back up

Computer glitch affected civil aviation in the US, thousands of passengers stranded in Chicago, NYC, Boston, Atlanta, Miami and Detroit.

Reuters | 2 years ago

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