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Category Archives: Airlines

United employee charged in $129,000 DIA jewel heist

Denver police have arrested a United Airlines customer service agent at Denver International Airport who is suspected of stealing a cosmetic case containing $129,000 worth of jewelry after it fell from a traveler’s suitcase.

American Airlines’ No. 2 executive departs for United Airlines

The president and No. 2 executive at American Airlines has left the company and taken the same job with rival United Airlines.

One of two commercial pilots arrested in Scotland is an Air Force Academy grad

One of two commercial pilots arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being intoxicated before a trans-Atlantic flight graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.

Denver council gives green light for DIA terminal project negotiations

Denver International Airport officials received the go-ahead Monday from the City Council to negotiate a long-term contract for a massive renovation of Jeppesen Terminal.

Denver International Airport sets new passenger record

Denver International Airport set a new monthly record for passenger traffic in July — something it has done every month this year.

Police detain man dressed as Zorro just before LAX airport panic

A false report of gunshots that sent panicked travelers fleeing from Los Angeles International Airport came right after officers with weapons drawn detained a masked man dressed in black and possibly carrying a sword, officials said.

2 United Airlines pilots suspected of being drunk arrested in Glasgow

Police and airline officials say two United Airlines pilots have been arrested for suspected intoxication before they were to fly 141 passengers from Scotland to the United States.

Swissport cuts 187 jobs as Frontier changes ground services provider

Another shuffling of ground-service companies at Denver International Airport means that 187 full-time workers will lose their jobs.

World’s largest aircraft takes world’s slowest nosedive during second test flight

On Wednesday, for what was only the second time, the largest aircraft on the planet eased off the ground at Cardington Airfield in Britain. For nearly two hours the 302-foot-long airship – the Airlander 10, nicknamed the “flying bum” for its twin lobes that, in a certain light, approximate a giant backside – made a ponderous circuit through the air.

Frontier Airlines hiring hints at IPO

Frontier Airlines, the privately-held carrier based in Denver, is on the hunt for the kind of accounting skills more commonly found at public companies.

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