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Researchers say N. American airline capacity up

Airlines in North America are adding a few extra seats this month for the first time since 2007, according to an aviation industry research firm. Full story

JetBlue redeems some convertible notes

Air carrier JetBlue Airways Corp. said Wednesday it will redeem all of its outstanding 3.5 percent convertible notes due 2033 and all of its outstanding 3.75 percent convertible notes due 2035. Full story

China police say fake plane bomber wanted a thrill

Police in China say a man accused of calling in a fake bomb threat that forced a commercial jet to make an emergency landing last week did it for a thrill. Full story

Sector Snap: Airline stocks mixed

Airline stocks were mixed in afternoon trading Monday as the broader market also hovered around the break-even point heading into second-quarter earnings season. Full story

Summer Sizzlers

   Airlines are offering few deals this summer due to tighter supply, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

7 smart ways to bypass baggage fees

In the first quarter of 2010, the U.S. airline industry made more than $760 million in revenue from baggage fees. The charges aren't going away, but you can get around them. Full story

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  Airlines Get A Boost

Airlines get a boost from cheap fuel, with Hunter Keay, CFA, Stifel Nicolaus airline analyst.

  Airline Industry Outlook

Don Carty, chairman of Virgin America, shares his outlook on the airline industry.

  More Airline Mergers Ahead?

Is more consolidation ahead in the airline industry? Basili Alukos, of Morningstar, and Henry Harteveldt, of Forrester Research, discuss.

  Is Spirit gouging passengers with bag fee?

Ben Baldanza, president and CEO of Spirit Air, along with Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., debate whether the low-fare air carrier’s carry-on surcharge is a rip-off.

  Ashes in Europe: Travel Fallout

Airline losses from Iceland's volcanic ash cloud surpassing $1 billion, with CNBC's Louisa Bojesen.

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