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United announces new nonstop service between Los Angeles and Guadalajara
17 January 2011
United Airlines announced daily nonstop service between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Guadalajara, Mexico (GDL), beginning May 3, subject to Mexican government approval. This service wil  read more...
Sikhs warned of turban screening at US airports
15 January 2011
Washington: Already peeved by security pat downs, Sikhs in the US have been warned that they could now face 100 per cent screening of their turbans at American airports as the new imaging technology c  read more...
Power Outage at Airport Delays Dozens of Flights in USA
15 January 2011
Westchester: Power outages Friday night caused flight delays at Los Angeles International Airport's nine terminals, federal screening areas, roads and all parking structures.

Air Canada flight to Zurich injures 7 passengers
15 January 2011
Seven passengers on an Air Canada flight were taken to hospital in Switzerland on Friday after encountering severe turbulence toward the end of their transatlantic flight.

Air China launches second daily nonstop Los Angeles to Beijing flight
15 January 2011
California: On Wednesday, Air China announced that a second daily nonstop flight from Los Angeles to Beijing will increase travel options between the nation.
Flights delayed after passenger picks up wrong bag with pilot gun in USA
15 January 2011
New York: A JetBlue pilot lost his government issued handgun after a passenger mistakenly picked up his carry on luggage.

The pilot was waiting for his New Yor 
Man arrested for holding up GoAir with hoax call in Mumbai
15 January 2011
Mumbai:  A false bomb scare on Go Air flight G8 230 from Mumbai to Delhi created panic amongst people.

Sources say that a passenger named Malik Mohammed T  read more...
Plane crash and lands on Venice beach in Italy
15 January 2011
Venice: A plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico near the South Jetty shortly before 5 p.m. Wednesday.

There were no fatalities, but the pilot, Walter Macedo (49)  read more...
2 people held in Korean visa fraud case
15 January 2011
Mumbai: Korean embassy officials, who suspected foul play while examining  visa and work permit for Korea, lodged a complaint with the Gamdevi police. The police arrested two persons for forgery   read more...
Massive Earthquake Hits in Southern Pacific
14 January 2011
A massive, 7.0 magnitude earthquake has struck early Friday off the New Caledonia islands, a French territory in the Southern Pacific.

The quake was initially  
Fog continues to hit flights in Patna
14 January 2011
Patna: Thick fog encompassing the city sky on Thursday morning disrupted flights operation at the Jayaprakash Narayan International Airport.

As the weather was 
Passengers to be compensated for flight delays in Saudi Arabia
14 January 2011
Jeddah: Passengers traveling through Saudi airports will get a compensation of SR300 per hour if there is a delay in their flights, according to a new bylaw issued by the General Authority of Civil Av  read more...
Fog hits operations at Kolkata airport
14 January 2011
Kolkata: Heavy fog in Kolkata disrupted services at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport on Today morning, with no take-off or landing being possible.
The fog density was 
Flash flood warning for South Australia
14 January 2011
The State Emergency Service advises that flooding may occur as water levels rise in the Naracoorte Creek, Mosquito Creek, Morambro Creeks in the vicinity of Naracoorte in South Australia's South East.  read more...
Plane makes emergency landing at Sacramento airport after bird strike
14 January 2011
Sacramento: An Alaskan Airlines flight leaving Sacramento International Airport around 6:20 p.m. Wednesday had to turn back to make an emergency landing.

Airpo 
Chartered plane makes emergency landing in Kolkata
14 January 2011
Kolkata: A chartered plane of Deccan Charters airline made an emergency landing at the NSCB International Airport here on Thursday evening, with 21 on board, minutes before its scheduled arrival from   read more...
Landslide in Taiwan
14 January 2011
A landslide on the southbound lane of Freeway No. 1 that damaged two cars caused bumper-to-bumper traffic for more than three hours from Badu all the way to Keelung yesterday.

No deaths or inju 
Earthquake Hits Central California
13 January 2011
USA: The U.S. Geological Survey said an earthquake hit Central California about 45 miles southeast of San Jose. The 4.5 quake struck just before 1 a.m. Wednesday near San Juan Bautista, which is about  read more...
Floods in Brazil Kill at least 270 people
13 January 2011
Brazil: Flooding and mudslides triggered by days of flooding in southeastern Brazil has killed as many as 270 people, most of them in a mountainous region near Rio de Janeiro.

Heavy tropical ra 
90,000 plane passengers face delays in USA due to snow
13 January 2011
USA: Thousands of air passengers were today facing hours of delays after blizzards battered 49 of America's 50 states.

At least 90,000 people were caught up in the chaos at airports across the   read more...
Flood hits South Africa and Sri Lanka
13 January 2011
Floods are bringing death in other countries as well as Australia.

At least 30 people may have been killed and about a thousand homes damaged by floods in   read more...
Flood alerts for UK after heavy rainfall
13 January 2011
UK: Parts of north east England, south-west England and Wales have been warned to expect floods, with more heavy rain forecast over the next few days.

Two floo 
Flights cancelled due to bad weather in Philippines
13 January 2011
Manila: Eight flights to and from the cities of Legazpi and Naga were cancelled on Thursday morning, as rains and floods continued to ravage the Bicol region.

Earthquake shakes Shanghai
12 January 2011
Shanghai: An earthquake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale hit the south Yellow Sea off Shanghai coast on Today morning.

According to the China Earthquake Netw 
3.1 earthquake shakes Hermosa Beach
12 January 2011
USA: A magnitude 3.1 earthquake struck Tuesday morning in the Pacific Ocean about four miles west of Hermosa Beach.

The earthquake, recorded at 8:52 a.m., came 
On the occasion of Sulia Yatra tribals sacrifice hundreds of animals in Orissa
12 January 2011
Orissa: Defying prohibitory orders, tribals in Orissa's Balangir district on Tuesday sacrificed hundreds of animals on the annual Sulia yatra festival.

The tri 
Snow in Atlanta delays and cancels flights across southeast
12 January 2011
USA: Three Delta Airlines Flights scheduled to leave the El Paso International Airport today were canceled and other airlines reported delays.

The canceled fli 
Qantas bringing Airbus A380s back to Los Angeles
12 January 2011
Los Angeles: Qantas plans to resume Airbus A380 flights between Australia and Los Angeles with a flight from Melbourne on Jan. 16, the Australian airline announced Tuesday.

Qantas grounded its  
Diamond watches and medicines found in Air India flight toilet
12 January 2011
Mumbai: The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence has seized a consignment of 26 premium Swiss watches and medicines from the toilet of an Air India flight from Abu Dhabi at the Chattrapati Shivaji inte  read more...
Floods in Sri Lanka Kill at least 9 people
11 January 2011
Colombo: Floods and earth slips caused by heavy rains in several parts of Sri Lanka have affected over 800,000 people and claimed 9 lives.

Today 823,003 people 
9 die and 72 missing in Australia flash floods
11 January 2011
Queensland: On Monday, up to 72 people are still missing in Queensland after flash flooding hit the city of Toowoomba, killing nine people.

The waters swept aw 
Flights delayed and diverted due to fog in Abu Dhabi
11 January 2011
Dubai: Foggy weather conditions in Abu Dhabi continued to disrupt flight operations as a large number of flights were delayed and diverted to other airports in the country.

Five flights were de 
Emergency Landing at Jacksonville International Airport
11 January 2011
Jacksonville: Everybody is safe following an emergency landing at Jacksonville International Airport late this morning.

According to airport spokesman, Delta f 
Plane crash in Iran killed 72 people and 32 injured
10 January 2011
Iran: At least 70 people have been killed and 32 injured when an Iranian passenger plane crashed near the northwestern city in Orumiyeh of West Azerbaijan Province.

Strong 6.9 quake strikes off Vanuatu
10 January 2011
Sydney: A strong earthquake has struck under the sea near the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu. There are no reports of damage or injuries and officials say there is no significant tsunami threat.
Fog disrupts flights at Delhi airport
10 January 2011
New Delhi: On Sunday, low visibility conditions caused due to dense fog affected flight operations at the IGI Airport, delaying over 40 domestic and international flights. A cargo flight was made to r  read more...
Earthquake hits Chile
10 January 2011
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake hit an area off the coast of central Chile early Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

The earthquake struck some 82 miles (1 
Air India Express to re launch flights on Mumbai Bahrain Doha
08 January 2011
Mumbai: Air India Express, the no-frills arm of domestic carrier Air India will re-introduce services from Mumbai to Bahrain and Doha from January 11, 2011. Flights will operate twice on Thursdays and  read more...
Etihad Airways launches flights to Bengaluru
08 January 2011
Etihad Airways has launched four direct flights per week from Abu Dhabi to Bengaluru, the airline's eighth destination in the country.

The airline operates an 
Sri Lanka offer online visas for tourists
08 January 2011
Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka tourism and government has decided to offer online visas to the tourists. Sri Lanka tourism believes that online visas for tourists will boost tourist arrivals this year. Departme  read more...
Indian Visa on Arrival scheme drew 6549 foreigners in last year
08 January 2011
New Delhi: Over 6500 foreigners availed the Visa on Arrival scheme last year when it was introduced by the government in a bid to promote tourism and facilitate bonafide foreign tourists who plan thei  read more...
Four flights diverted due to fog at IGI airport
08 January 2011
New Delhi: On Friday, dense fog made an appearance at the IGI airport, as a result of which three domestic flights and one international flight had to be diverted.

Earthquake hits San Francisco Bay Area
08 January 2011
US: The San Francisco Bay Area was hit by an earthquake with magnitude 4.1 this friday afternoon. The earthquake was around 4.4 miles deep and the location is pointed to be 21 miles southeast of San J  read more...
Heavy floods in Brazil kill at least 35 people
08 January 2011
Brazil: Severe floods in Brazil's southeast have killed at least 35 people and forced 37,000 to abandon their homes since late December.

Weeks of heavy rain have prompted officials to declare a  read more...
Snowfall closes Edinburgh Airport
08 January 2011
One of Scotland's biggest airports closed earlier as snowfall heralded a fresh bout of travel disruption. Edinburgh Airport said it would be closed until midday after up to 2.5ins (7cm) of snow settle  read more...
Flood and landslide hits Philippines
08 January 2011
Manila: At least 34 people were killed and nine were missing in weeks of rains that have triggered floods and landslides in the Philippines.

Flights to New York airports delays due to snow
08 January 2011
On Friday morning, flights to several Northeast airports are experiencing delays some exceeding two hours due to heavy snow and ice.

At New York La Guardia, ar 
Thousands of airline passengers bags mislaid during snow in London
07 January 2011
London: Luggage belonging to thousands of airline passengers was mislaid during the heavy snow before Christmas, it has emerged.

Airlines have been left with  
Earthquake shakes King Country
07 January 2011
A deep earthquake measuring 5.1 in magnitude rumbled the King Country at Thursday night.

It was centred 20km north west of Taumarunui and was 240km deep.

The quake hit the area at 7.41p 
Japan snow causes massive traffic jam
07 January 2011
Japan: A 20 kilometer long traffic jam has been cleared in western Japan, nearly two days after it was caused by record snowfall.

The traffic jam was triggered 
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