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Flights between Port City, Windy City grounded; future up in the air

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videoWhat went wrong? A few weeks ago hope soared that American Airlines filing for bankruptcy in November would not affect travelers at Wilmington International Airport. But Tuesday night, airport leaders got the phone call. Full story...
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Flight out of Wilmington diverted to Myrtle Beach

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Wilmington International Airport officials confirm a flight out of ILM en route to Atlanta was diverted to Myrtle Beach. Full story...
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First class service returns to ILM

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video Flying in and out of Wilmington International Airport just got a little more comfortable. US Airways is now offering first class seating on its flights to Charlotte. Full story...
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Eastern NC airports to see service changes

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A couple of eastern North Carolina airports will soon see some changes in service. Full story...
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With millions taking flight for Christmas, some advice on dealing with airline troubles

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video Millions of people will take to the skies this holiday season. Unfortunately, all too often traveling by plane can be a nightmare. So how can you effectively make your complaints or suggestions to the big airlines? Full story...
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American Airlines bankruptcy may limit future flights at ILM

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video AMR says the bankruptcy filing won't affect flight schedules for American Airlines, American Eagle and its other subsidiaries. That's good news for Wilmington International Airport. Nearly five months ago American flew out of ILM for the first time. Now, the airport is dealing with news of the airline's bankruptcy. On top of that, all the small regional jets that fly out of ILM will soon be phased out. Full story...
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System issue, bird strike affect Charlotte airport

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Concerns over an instrument landing system and a bird strike on a departing flight have impacted operations at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Full story...
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NC reports nearly 3K DWI citations over Labor Day

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State and local police cited nearly 3,000 motorists across North Carolina for driving while impaired during a Labor Day-themed campaign. Full story...
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AAA: NC, SC holiday travel to rise despite Irene

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More people in North Carolina and South Carolina are expected to travel this Labor Day weekend compared to last year despite the impacts of Hurricane Irene on the coast. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Comic continues baseball trek solo

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video Can you think back to March? There was still a chill to the air, it definitely wasn't 100 degrees and the baseball season was just starting. Seems like a long time ago right? That's when our two local comics hit the road on a quest to attend every Yankees game this season. Full story...
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Flights resume from Charlotte after power outage

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US Air flights are taking off on time after power has been restored to a concourse at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Full story...
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NCDOT aims to help travelers save time and money over July 4 holiday

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As the summer travel season continues, the NC Department of Transportation is taking steps to help motorists save both time and money by suspending most road construction activities on major routes across the state. By avoiding traffic delays, motorists can reach their destinations more quickly while also cutting down on fuel consumption and costs. Full story...
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Police: US Airways employee stowed away on flight

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Authorities say a US Airways employee was arrested in Pittsburgh after allegedly stowing away on an earlier flight from Florida to North Carolina. Full story...
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NC gas prices down slightly for holiday weekend

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High gasoline prices may keep North Carolina drivers close to home for Memorial Day weekend, unless they take into account that those numbers actually have dropped slightly since the first of the month. Full story...
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As summer nears, "Click it or Ticket" cracks down

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As the unofficial start of summer approaches, law enforcement across the state wants to make sure you're buckled up when you hit the road. Full story...
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