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TSA’s quicker Pre-Check coming to 60 more airports

The Transportation Security Administration is expanding its Pre-check speedier screening program to 60 more airports, in addition to 40 where it was already available. The new airports should have the expedited checkpoint lanes — where participants are allowed to keep on their belts and shoes, and leave their laptops in …

A Captive Wi-Fi Audience Pays Off – Businessweek

Our need to remain constantly connected everywhere is definitely paying off for inflight Internet provider Gogo. The company reported its first quarterly earnings since going public in June, and it shows that not only are more domestic flyers signing up for its pokey airborne connections, but that they’re also paying …

Quote of the Day

“By further reducing the number of legacy airlines and aligning the economic incentives of those that remain, the merger of US Airways and American would make it easier for the remaining airlines to cooperate, rather than compete, on price and service,” ~From lawsuit filed by US Justice Department via News …

U.S. airlines in strong financial health, for now

An airline industry that’s merging resources and making sure it doesn’t take off with empty seats saw hundreds of millions of dollars in profits this past quarter. United and Southwest were the most recent carriers to report that they’d made money during the second quarter. United said Thursday that it …