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AS ANYONE who does it will tell you, flying internally in the United States these days is rarely a pleasant experience. Glamour? Forget it. Think Greyhound - and peanuts (or worse, pretzels) and bruised knees. Passengers, however, are getting fed up and politicians are beginning to notice.

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HAD BOB AYLING'S flight path gone according to plan, he would now be executing a victory roll somewhere out over the Atlantic and deciding what daring manoeuvre to attempt next as an encore to the American Airlines alliance. As it is, the chief executive of British Airways finds himself beneath thick cloud cover and grappling with the controls to avoid a nasty collision with ground zero.

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BA puts American alliance on hold for up to five years

BRITISH AIRWAYS yesterday abandoned plans for a full-blown alliance with American Airlines for up to five years in the face of unacceptable regulatory demands and the worsening outlook for air travel.

American pilots retire early to avoid stock market crash

IN ONE of the quirkier consequences of the stock market plunge, American Airlines, the number two carrier in the United States, has revealed that unusually large numbers of its pilots are taking early retirement to cash in pension benefits linked to stocks still set at July prices.

UK-US split over `open skies'

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BA may launch US pact next year

BRITISH AIRWAYS and American Airlines are unlikely to launch their long-delayed alliance until next autumn - more than three years after it was first unveiled - the chief executive of the US carrier, Don Carty, said yesterday.

Oneworld's aim is air supremacy

News Analysis: Virgin may protest, but British Airways' global alliance with four major airlines creates a pounds 25bn world network

BA ready to fight EU block

BRITISH AIRWAYS is heading for a confrontation with the European Commission over plans by Air France to ban foreign rivals from running long-haul flights out of Orly airport in Paris.
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