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September 19, 2006

Ban On Liquids Causes Severe Hardship For Some

When Water Is Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Water

Current security measures for most travellers are usually just an annoying inconvenience. But the Los Angeles Times has found that a class of people with medical conditions are facing life-threatening issues because of the ban on liquids.

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Rumors Of Airline Mergers Increase

Consolidation May Mean (Surprise!) Higher Ticket Prices

Airlines are gradually recovering from the disastrous economic attack of 9-11 and now many experts expect that with increased profits and confidence, some of them may merge.

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FAA Certified: Embraer's 175

Embraer announced Monday the company received type certification from the Federal Aviation Administration on August 31 for its Embraer 175 -- paving the way for deliveries of the regional airliner to begin in the United States.

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Vancouver Airport Shut Down For 90 Minutes

Suspicious X-Ray Image Couldn't Be Matched To Owner

The airport at Vancouver, British Columbia was closed down for more than 90 minutes on Sunday when a suspicious image on the security X-ray screen couldn't be matched with the carry-on bags that had already been screened.  

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Caribbean Airline Folds After 66 Years

So Long, BWIA

For nearly 66 years, British-West Indian Airways has been a staple of travel in the Caribbean. But come the end of this year... that will all fade into memory as BWIA is relegated to the boneyard.

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El Al Planes Have A Rough Day

Just A Little Sheet Metal And Smoke Damage

El AL, the national airline of Israel, suffered a little bit of "tsuris" (bad luck) on Monday, according to YNet News of Israel.

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