Searchers spotted six bodies off Borneo island on Tuesday, about 10 miles from the last known coordinates of AirAsia Flight 8501, which had been missing since Sunday.
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After 81 years of flying, American Airlines landed in federal bankruptcy court Tuesday, filing for Chapter 11 protections against its creditors. Judy Woodruff discusses what's behind the bankruptcy with Ben Mutzabaugh of USA Today.
A new $750 million Boeing factory in South Carolina is at the heart of a controversial National Labor Relations Board case. It was opened as a second location to build 787 Dreamliner jets after a series of union strikes in…
Southwest Airlines continued safety inspections Monday after a hole opened in a jet's fuselage last week. Judy Woodruff talks with aviation expert John Goglia for insight.
In other news, states in the Mid-Atlantic spend the first official day of winter digging out from a record weekend blizzard, and the Obama administration announced new rules for tarmac delays.
Trouble has been brewing among large air carriers, plagued with high costs, competition and traffic, but these troubles have now begun to take their toll on regional airports, which are struggling to just survive. Elizabeth Bracket reports from Indiana.
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