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7:34am

Wed February 27, 2013
The Two-Way

Come Aboard! Here's What The 'Titanic II' Will Look Like, Inside And Out

An artist's image of the Titanic II.
Blue Star Line UPI /Landov

Declaring it will be the safest cruise ship in the world and will have more than enough lifeboats just in case something goes wrong, the designer of what's supposed to be a replica of the Titanic has unveiled images of what the Titanic II will look like, inside and out.

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3:42am

Fri February 22, 2013
Business

Boeing Believes It Has Safety Fix For 787s

Originally published on Fri February 22, 2013 4:22 am

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LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Let's talk about another meeting happening today. Senior officials from Boeing are sitting down with the head of the Federal Aviation Administration. Boeing wants its 787 Dreamliner fleet back in service. It's been grounded for more than a month. Neither Boeing nor safety investigators have discovered exactly what caused two 787 batteries to overheat and in one case catch fire last month. But, Boeing believes, it can mitigate any future risk with a series of fixes.

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2:19pm

Thu February 21, 2013
The Two-Way

Surely Congress Would Know Better Than to Hurt Airlines. No?

Originally published on Thu February 21, 2013 3:31 pm

Those baggage fees, cramped seats and tiny pretzel bags to the contrary and notwithstanding, airline passengers enjoyed good times in 2012, according to an annual recap from Airlines for America, the industry trade group.

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1:57pm

Thu February 21, 2013
Business

As Dreamliner Review Continues, New DIA Route To Tokyo On Hold

A United Airlines Boeing 787
United Airlines/Boeing Facebook.com

United Airlines is postponing the start of its Denver to Tokyo route flying the 787 Dreamliner in response to the FAA and NTSB review of the aircraft.

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1:02am

Thu February 21, 2013
It's All Politics

One Place You May Notice The Sequester: At The Airport

Originally published on Thu February 21, 2013 3:52 am

A passenger jet flies past the FAA control tower at Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport in 2011.
Cliff Owen AP

Unless Congress acts, across-the-board spending cuts scheduled to take effect March 1 will be felt throughout the government. Some of the most visible effects will be noticed by air travelers.

Officials predict that cutbacks at the Federal Aviation Administration could lead to takeoff delays and fewer flights overall.

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