'Fifi,' the last B-29 still aloft, is just 1 of nearly 160 old planes that members of the Commemorative Air Force keep going.
A slew of next-generation lighter-than-air flying machines promise to do amazing feats, though problems remain.
Lawmakers from both parties agree to more funding for the FAA to relieve sequester-prompted furloughs of air traffic controllers.
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After piloting American Airlines through bankruptcy, chief executive Tom Horton would receive $19.8 million in cash and stocks as part of a merger with US Airways -- if a judge allows it.
But the plane manufacturer is still planning major layoffs by the end of the year.
Who will build 20 air-support planes is pitting Beechcraft against Brazil's Embraer in a bitter war of words.
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