December 9, 2011 On today's podcast, we try to answer the question — why do airlines keep going bankrupt?
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October 3, 2011 As fears spread that American Airlines may be headed for bankruptcy proceedings, shares in the airline's parent company, AMR Corp., plummeted by 41 percent before closing at $1.98 Monday — a 33 percent drop in its value.
August 27, 2011 Hurricane Irene has forced airlines to cancel more than 9,000 flights this weekend, with the AP reporting 3,600 cancellations on Saturday alone. United Continental and Delta Air Lines have each announced thousands of cancellations for the period between Saturday and Monday.
April 4, 2011 Today on Talk of the Nation, airline safety and customer satisfaction, one proposal for the budget, Elijah Anderson and The Cosmopolitan Canopy, and NPR'S Mike Pesca previews both the men's and women's NCAA basketball tournament finals.
October 29, 2010 The first U.S. international airline returns to the skies in November, when Pan American Airways begins flying out of its Texas hub. But the brand's glamour days are behind it: The new Pan American will start out carrying only cargo, not passengers.
August 19, 2010 Cell phone leads police to its alleged thief through GPS which has also been used by stalkers to track their victims.
April 21, 2008 Keeping airlines in flight...
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