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CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Transportation Security Administration temporarily suspended passenger screening in one part of Chicago O'Hare International Airport Thursday afternoon to allow agents to conduct a
WASHINGTON: US officials announced a probe Thursday after two passenger jets taking off from Reagan National Airport, across the river from the White House, came dangerously close to an incoming plane.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Seventeen countries opposed to an EU law that makes all airlines pay for carbon they emit on flights to and from Europe reaffirmed they want to keep working on an alternative plan at the U.N. global aviation body, a senior U.S. official said.
JAKARTA: The Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) is demanding full disclosure from Malaysia-based AirAsia Bhd and PT Fersindo Nusaperkasa on their plan to acquire a controlling stake in Metro Batavia, the owner of Batavia Air, in a transaction worth US$80mil.
PONTIAN: A single-seater light aircraft crashed into an oil palm plantation killing its trainee pilot near here on Sunday.
FRESH from its success in co-hosting the Euro 2012 football tournament, Ukraine is setting its sights on Malaysia for a stronger trade relationship.