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JetBlue: 'We let some of you down'updated: Tue Nov 01 2011 08:48:00

The COO of JetBlue takes to YouTube to apologize for leaving a plane filled with passengers stranded on a tarmac.

Zuckerberg friends Newark schoolsupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 15:13:00

CNN's Ali Velshi explores how Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg hopes to help Newark schools with a $100 million donation.

Security breach slows travelupdated: Mon Jan 04 2010 21:30:00

CNN's Alina Cho reports from inside Newark Airport on the security lockdown.

Thousands rescreened at Newark airportupdated: Mon Jan 04 2010 21:30:00

A security breach at Newark Liberty International Airport Sunday evening forced the closure of a terminal for hours while authorities rescreened thousands of passengers.

TSA: Officer reassigned after Newark security breachupdated: Mon Jan 04 2010 17:55:00

A Transportation Security Administration officer has been reassigned after Sunday's security breach at Newark's Liberty International Airport, according to the TSA. A Chance to Give Taylor and RPattz a Lickupdated: Thu Dec 03 2009 12:36:00

A New Jersey bakery offers cupcakes with yummy likenesses of the hunks

Newark runway risks concern fedsupdated: Mon Nov 30 2009 12:21:00

Federal investigators are concerned a potential danger persists because of the simultaneous use of intersecting runways at Newark Liberty International Airport, one of the nation's busiest and a gateway to the New York metro area.

Runway risk?updated: Mon Nov 30 2009 12:21:00

Federal investigators find potential danger at Newark Liberty International Airport. CNN's Allan Chernoff reports.

Pilot: 'When Mother Nature gets grumpy, get comfortable'updated: Wed Nov 25 2009 10:33:00

If you're traveling by air to see friends and family this holiday season, the chances of a delay-free trip are about as likely as enjoying the process of clearing airport security -- very slim. Should that be a surprise to you, though? Not really. Just as those traveling by car can expect stop-and-go traffic on backed-up freeways, air travelers will feel the effects of crowded skies as well.

Recording reveals phone banter before deadly Hudson crashupdated: Fri Oct 09 2009 11:15:00

An air traffic controller was joking with a woman about a dead cat just moments before a helicopter and small plane collided over the Hudson River in August, according to a recording released Thursday by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Feds clarify description of Hudson River air collisionupdated: Mon Aug 17 2009 22:49:00

Federal officials Monday clarified their description of what an air traffic controller at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport could have seen on radar just before a tour helicopter collided with a small plane over the Hudson River.

Bollywood actor detained at Newark airportupdated: Sat Aug 15 2009 13:59:00

Leading Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan says he was detained for nearly two hours Friday night at New Jersey's Newark International Airport because of his last name.

New Hudson collision videoupdated: Fri Aug 14 2009 22:54:00

Retired airline captain Jim Tilmon joins Anderson to analyze new video of the collision above the waters of the Hudson River.

Hudson air crash probe focuses on controller; union cries foulupdated: Fri Aug 14 2009 22:54:00

Investigators probing last weekend's fatal aircraft collision over New York's Hudson River focused Friday on an air traffic controller, though union leaders angrily said the controller could have done nothing to prevent the crash.

2 would-be passengers feel relief, sadness: 'It could have been me'updated: Sat Feb 14 2009 17:19:00

One person credits bad weather and the other a long line.

Airline taking care of familiesupdated: Sat Feb 14 2009 17:19:00

CNN's Allen Chernoff reports from Newark International Airport on the plane crash in Buffalo that left 50 people dead. Chrysler Cutting 1,825 Jobs with Moves at 2 Plantsupdated: Thu Oct 23 2008 11:00:00

Chrysler LLC will cut 1,825 jobs by eliminating one shift at a Toledo Jeep plant and accelerating the closure of its sport utility vehicle factory in Newark, Del., because of the slowing global economy and a shift toward smaller vehicles

GAO: FAA cannot auction flight slotsupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 09:32:00

U.S. aviation officials have no legal authority to auction off takeoff and landing slots at airports, a scheme the government devised to try to curb crippling traffic jams at major airports, congressional investigators said Tuesday.

Commentary: The poverty of Democrats' ideas for citiesupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 08:54:00

"I think the best way of doing good to the poor is not making them easy in poverty but leading them or driving them out of it."

All terror, all the timeupdated: Mon Jul 14 2008 09:42:00

CNN's Kelli Arena reports on the efforts the FBI puts forth in the battle against terrorism.

FBI at 100: From Al Capone to al Qaedaupdated: Mon Jul 14 2008 09:42:00

The FBI earned its reputation hunting down bank robbers and other outlaws in the heydays of Bonnie and Clyde and Al Capone.

In-flight entertainment in your handsupdated: Thu May 29 2008 00:52:00

Fighting boredom in the skies is big business.

Fortune: Tequila scion travels wellupdated: Wed May 28 2008 11:51:00

Growing up, Juan Domingo Beckmann knew he was destined to enter the family business. His ancestors had been making tequila for more than 200 years, ever since Charles IV of Spain granted patriarch José Antonio de Cuervo the first commercial license to produce the liquor in 1795.

Battle for the business-class travelerupdated: Mon Apr 28 2008 14:28:00

Will Allen III, a management consultant from Raleigh, North Carolina, is a platinum member on a handful of airlines, but his loyalty is waning.

CNNMoney: Gas prices strike fresh recordupdated: Mon Mar 24 2008 04:25:00

Gas prices surged nearly 7 cents over the past two weeks to reach an all-time inflation-adjusted high of $3.26 per gallon of self-serve regular, a national survey said Sunday.

Survey: Gas prices skyrocket to all-time highupdated: Sun Mar 23 2008 20:36:00

Gas prices surged nearly 7 cents over the past two weeks to reach an all-time inflation-adjusted high of $3.26 per gallon of self-serve regular, a national survey said Sunday. John Rolfe: The arena naming rights quizupdated: Wed Nov 14 2007 10:18:00

Now that the New Jersey Devils are ensconced in their tony new digs in bucolic Newark, NJ -- never mind Barry Melrose's little crack about securing your valuables before venturing outside -- it's worth pondering just how long The Prudential Center will be with us. These days, stadiums and arenas vanish in the night, right along with your wallet. 11 N.J. Officials Arrested in Stingupdated: Thu Sep 06 2007 13:00:00

The FBI arrested 11 public officials, including a mayor and two state lawmakers, Thursday in a federal corruption probe that spread across the state

Commentary: Save me from Romney adsupdated: Mon Aug 27 2007 05:14:00

Suddenly, I need sanctuary -- from presidential candidates who exploit tragedy to breathe life into their campaigns.

Newark shooting questionsupdated: Wed Aug 22 2007 21:22:00

Newark shooting questions

Newark looks for answers after schoolyard killingsupdated: Mon Aug 20 2007 22:37:00

Now that six suspects are in custody for the execution-style slaying of three college students, residents hope to learn more about the motive behind the crime that has outraged the city.

More Newark arrestsupdated: Sat Aug 18 2007 21:58:00

More Newark arrests

Murder suspect pleads not guiltyupdated: Sat Aug 11 2007 06:19:00

Murder suspect pleads not guilty

Warrant issued for fourth suspect in Newark slayingsupdated: Sat Aug 11 2007 06:19:00

An arrest warrant has been issued for a fourth suspect in last weekend's execution-style slayings of three college students, the Newark mayor's office said.

Third arrest in connection with schoolyard slayingsupdated: Fri Aug 10 2007 22:49:00

A third suspect was arrested in connection with the execution-style slayings of three college students in a schoolyard, Newark Mayor Cory Booker said Friday night.

Pair arrested in Newark schoolyard slayingsupdated: Fri Aug 10 2007 08:13:00

Two people, including a 15-year-old boy, are in custody in connection with the execution-style slayings of three college students in a Newark, New Jersey, schoolyard, authorities said.

Former Newark mayor pleads not guilty to corruption charges updated: Mon Jul 23 2007 04:42:00

Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James pleaded not guilty Monday to federal corruption charges that he courted women using city money and engaged in property fraud. Devils' new $377M lair in Newark nearing completionupdated: Fri Jun 01 2007 08:02:00

A massive oval to hold the ice, 165 feet below the ceiling, has been formed. Madison joins top 10; Klein Collins jumps nine spotsupdated: Wed May 30 2007 00:06:00

Seton Hall Prep (West Orange, N.J.) remains in the top spot in this week's rankings after capturing its 10th Greater Newark Tournament title.

CNNMoney: Report: 42 years of flight delays in '06updated: Fri Jan 26 2007 07:29:00

Airline delays increased sharply to record levels in 2006, according to a published report.

Blog: Two Thursdaysupdated: Fri Oct 20 2006 11:34:00

Posted: October 20, 2006

Fortune: A master traveler's secrets to a better tripupdated: Thu Oct 12 2006 09:49:00

Exactly 24 hours and four cities after we awoke, Dean Burri volunteered his assessment of my traveling skills. "I'd call you a travel enthusiast," he said, taking a puff of a Cuban cigar at a bar i...

Avoiding the scareportsupdated: Fri Mar 24 2006 12:59:00

When Hong Kong's notorious Kai Tak airport closed in 1998, frequent fliers breathed a collective sigh of relief at the thought that they would no longer have to endure a perilous right-angled landing through mountains and residential tower blocks.

Business 2.0: How to Love Your Layoverupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

First the bad news: Long airport layovers are here to stay. With fewer planes flying but just as many people traveling, passengers now spend twice as much time in transit limbo as they did prior to...

CNNMoney: Report: Air departure delays increaseupdated: Mon Aug 08 2005 07:20:00

Flight departure delays are at their worst level since 2000, according to a published report.

Skies may not be friendly this summerupdated: Fri May 27 2005 09:39:00

Anyone who took an early flight for a Memorial Day getaway has already gotten a taste of what summer air travel will be like: full planes, crowded airports and weather delays.

Business 2.0: A Call To Profitsupdated: Fri Oct 01 2004 00:01:00

Net2Phone, based in Newark, N.J., is a voice-over-Internet pure-play that's on track to sell $85 million worth of Internet telephony services by year-end. When the industry bellwether releases four...

Business 2.0: LoJack In The Boxupdated: Sun Aug 01 2004 00:01:00

Under the U.S. government's Operation Safe Commerce initiative, scores of high-tech cargo containers from Asia, Europe, and Central America are now passing through the ports of Seattle, Long Beach,...

Singapore Air makes longest flightupdated: Tue Jun 29 2004 06:19:00

Singapore Airlines has completed the world's longest commercial passenger flight, touching down in Newark, New Jersey after a flight of more than 18.5 hours from Singapore.

Families hear heroism on 9/11 calls from planesupdated: Fri Jun 04 2004 07:55:00

Relatives of passengers and crew aboard the four airliners hijacked on September 11, 2001, heard tapes Friday of calls from the doomed planes and said later that they were moved by heroic efforts on all the flights.

Money Magazine: Air Apparent: Cut Down on Flight Delaysupdated: Tue Jun 01 2004 00:01:00

Wondering what to read on your next flight? Nothing short, we'd suggest. That's because many travelers will be spending more time aboard airplanes this summer, thanks to a rebound in air traffic th...

Fortune: How To Fix The Air-Traffic Mess Deregulation isn't the problem. It's the answer.updated: Mon Jun 25 2001 00:01:00

Remember the good old days? Airplanes were roomy and pleasant, sometimes even fitted with amenities like Polynesian bars and pianos. Flight attendants were always cheerful. Pilots never went on str...

Fortune: The Mechanic Who Fixed Continental Believe it or not, CEO Gordon Bethune, a former Navy mechanic, has made updated: Mon Dec 20 1999 00:01:00

Quick. Name the earthy, exuberant, hard-drinking CEO who turned a Texas airline into one of the best in the country, famous for good service and happy employees. Herb who? Yeah, yeah. Herb Kelleher...

Money Magazine: High-Altitude Movie Choicesupdated: Fri Oct 01 1999 00:01:00

There's nothing like an inflight movie to make a cramped sojourn in coach class pass quickly. But what if you've already seen that sappy Julia Roberts film? Inmotion Pictures has an answer: In a gr...

Fortune: AIRLINE BABYLON T&Eupdated: Mon Sep 29 1997 00:01:00

Ali, the front-desk clerk at the Robert Treat Travelodge Hotel, is evasive when FORTUNE asks him which floor the flight attendants are staying on. "Oh," he says, "I can't give out that information....

Money Magazine: MOST READERS ARE ANGRY AT THE IRS--BUT SOME SPEAK OUT IN ITS SUPPORTupdated: Tue Apr 01 1997 00:01:00

The January special report, "MONEY Audits the IRS," aroused deep passions in most of you who sent mail. You praised us for criticizing the agency's "wasteful expenditures, inadequate service and at...

Money Magazine: AMERICA'S SAFEST CITY: AMHERST, N.Y.; THE MOST DANGEROUS: NEWARK, N.J.updated: Wed Nov 27 1996 00:01:00

Crime may not be dead, but at least it's declining. According to the most recent Federal Bureau of Investigation statistics, the violent-crime rate fell 4% nationwide in '95, while many cities like...


Your workdays are longer, your stress is higher, and the demands at home don't get lighter. The need for an oasis is never so acute as it is in the airport, that never-never land that is neither ho...


Here's all you need to know about the operating logic of the airline industry: They use really big jets, capable of carrying hundreds of passengers. They use one door to board them. Why does this i...

Money Magazine: HOT STUFF Finding the fairest fares this summer Take off with anytime, everyday low air faresupdated: Fri Jul 01 1994 00:01:00

The very model of a modern airline, superprofitable Southwest built its 23- year success with low daily fares on every flight -- few frills, no Saturday night stay, no three-week advance-purchase r...

Money Magazine: HOW YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE AIR-FARE WARSupdated: Sun Nov 01 1992 00:01:00

After U.S. airlines lost $1.2 billion in the first half of '92, you'd think the last thing they would do is wage another fare war. But that's exactly what they did during the summer. In fact, they ...

Money Magazine: BEWARE OF SO-CALLED CREDIT REPAIRMENupdated: Tue Nov 01 1988 00:01:00

REJECTED AGAIN? asked the ad for Credit Rite, a firm that offered customers a ''guarantee'' to clean their smudged credit records. Three officers of Credit Rite recently began serving jail terms, b...

Fortune: Wanna buy a warehouse?updated: Mon Apr 25 1988 00:01:00

By grabbing the headlines, last October's stock market crash made people forget that another investment isn't doing so well either -- commercial real estate. The new tax law killed some of real est...

Money Magazine: Cost of flying: How to beat the scariest part -- the faresupdated: Sun Nov 01 1987 00:01:00

Despite the public's spreading fear of flying, more people than ever before are traveling that way, and the airlines are taking full advantage of the demand by raising prices about 15%, on average,...

Fortune: THE REVOLT AGAINST 'WORKING SMARTER' Participative management -- quality circles, work teams, and the like -- have shown impressupdated: Mon Jul 21 1986 00:01:00

IT WAS really beautiful. Hourlies and supervisors, pencil pushers and clock punchers, all gathered around the corporate foundry to forge a new relationship based on the idea that workers could play...

Fortune: THE WORSENING AIR TRAVEL MESS With the number of passengers and flights steadily growing, the system is bumping up against its pupdated: Mon Jul 07 1986 00:01:00

Oh, how was your trip? Are you kidding? When I got to the terminal, the line for tickets stretched all the way out to the sidewalk. Every seat was taken, and a lot of people got left behind. The gu...

Fortune: THE DECLINE OF FIRST CLASS On most airlines in the U.S., flying in the front cabin is no longer worth the price of a full-fare tupdated: Mon May 26 1986 00:01:00

First-class flying has hit a downdraft in the U.S. In the first flush of deregulation, airlines piled on amenities, from caviar to free helicopter flights between airport and downtown, in a competi...

Fortune: WHEN PUBLIC SERVICES GO PRIVATE Taxpayers save 20% or more by using contractors to provide government services -- sweeping streeupdated: Mon May 27 1985 00:01:00

OLD BUT STILL hotly controversial, the idea of letting private industry do more of government's work has caught fire in the 1980s. Pressed by tax revolts and spending limits, federal and local offi...

Fortune: AIRPORT RENT-A-CAR BARGAINS The so-called off-airport firms usually aren't so far off--and they're peddling cars at bargain rateupdated: Mon Feb 04 1985 00:01:00

Like some antic used-car dealer's lot, the U.S. rental car industry these days is touting bargains galore. Want a Lincoln Town Car for about $40, just three-fifths the standard rate for plain gray ...

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