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United Airlines Wants Its Pilots to Stay Sober Longer

We all know the dangers of driving when we’ve been drinking. Just imagine how perilous flying an airplane under those circumstances would be -- for the passengers and crew as ...
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Hong Kong International Is World’s 8th Largest Airport

Hong Kong International Airport, shuttered by protests, is the world's eighth largest, as measured by passengers per year. In 2017, it handled 74,517,402, slightly fewer than London's Heathrow. And it ...
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What’s Next for the FedEx-Amazon Relationship

Both FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) shares took a dip on Wednesday after former announced that it will end its ground-delivery contract with the latter at ...
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England, Britain, the U.K., and More — What’s the Difference?

The United Kingdom is in the news even more than usual these days as it hurtles towards Brexit, its withdrawal from the European Union. Now scheduled to occur on October ...
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The Top Cruise Destination in Western Europe Is Quite Far From Where You Think It Would Be

What’s the number-one cruise destination in the British Isles and non-Mediterranean Western Europe? London? Lisbon? Bordeaux? Not according to the results of a 2019 readers’ poll by Cruise Critic, which ...
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Chopped CSX Outlook Weighs on All Railroad Stocks

Not only did CSX Corp. (NASDAQ: CSX) miss analysts' second-quarter estimates for earnings and revenues late Tuesday, the nation's third-largest railroad also cut its revenue outlook for the year by ...
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Are United Airlines Earnings Enough for Investors?

United Airlines Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: UAL) released second-quarter financial results after markets closed Tuesday. The company said that it had $4.21 in earnings per share (EPS) and $11.4 billion in ...
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American to Cancel 115 Flights a Day Due to Boeing 737 Max

The Boeing 737 Max 8 could be grounded into 2020. Several airlines that own or lease many of the planes will suffer more than others. American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: ...
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Transportation Worries as Credit Suisse Downgrades Major Trucking Companies

Some investors believe that the transportation sector has to be healthy for the stock market to remain strong. After all, it's those trucks, trains and planes that move all the ...
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What to Expect When Delta Air Lines Reports Thursday

Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL) is scheduled to release second quarter financial results before markets open Thursday. The consensus estimates are calling for $2.25 in earnings per share (EPS) ...
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Why Delta Could Fly All Airline Stocks Higher in a Sector Breakout

With the stock market close to all-time highs, some investors are wondering whether they should lock in their gains or step into some aspects of the market that have not ...
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Despite 737 MAX Grounding, US Airlines May Not Be Suffering

Since the Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX was grounded worldwide in March, U.S. airlines have been canceling flights that had been scheduled on Boeing's newest single-aisle jet. Those cancellations ...
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Flying Is a Dirty Business

The longest nonstop airline flight in the Lower 48 states is a 2,780-mile journey between Seattle and Miami. One 5,440-mile round-trip between those two cities coughs up more than 3,500 ...
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Genesee & Wyoming Acquisition Boosts Rail Stocks

For nearly 80 years since its founding in 1899, the Genesee & Wyoming Railroad's sole asset was a 14-mile stretch of track in western New York. Since 1977, the company, ...
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Flying This Summer? This Is Where You’re Likely to Be on Time

The airline industry data company OAG has just released its annual report on airline and airport on-time performance -- and the news isn’t good for passengers flying around the U.S. ...
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