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Dallas Based American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | Last week

Dallas Based American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

"Are stepping up security on flights to Washington ahead of next week's presidential inauguration, including a ban on guns. Delta United Alaska and American Airlines say passengers flying to the nation's capital will not be allowed to fly with guns checked into their luggage. Other airlines are announcing other steps like American Airlines banning alcohol on flight to D. C. The FAA has announced a crackdown on violence or threats, Administrator Stephen Dixon Ripple Word screw harassment is on the rise, both from passengers refusals to wear masks. And from recent violence of the U. S. Capitol Last week, Senator Mitt Romney was heckled on a flight by President Trump's supporters who will never fly on Delta again, says an airline spokesman. Alaska Airlines has banned 14 passengers. Jackie Quinn,

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Delta: No checked guns on DC-bound flights through next week

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:15 sec | Last week

Delta: No checked guns on DC-bound flights through next week

"Flying from here to Washington, D C, well ahead of next week's presidential inauguration of Joe Biden. Airlines going to Washington are stepping up security. Seattle based Alaska Airlines joining Delta and United in barring passengers from putting guns and checked bags.

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Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights

"The nation's airlines are stepping up security on flights to Washington ahead of next week's presidential inauguration including a ban on guns delta United Alaska and American airlines say passengers flying to the nation's capital will not be allowed to fly with guns checked into their luggage other airlines are announcing other steps like American Airlines banning alcohol on flights to DC the FAA's announced a crackdown on violence or threats the administrator Stephen Dixon reports crew harassment is on the rise both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the US capitol last week senator Mitt Romney was heckled on a flight by president trump supporters who will never fly on delta again says an airline spokesman Alaska Airlines is banned fourteen passengers Jackie Quinn Washington

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US Airlines Introduce New Rules for Washington DC Flights

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:06 min | Last week

US Airlines Introduce New Rules for Washington DC Flights

"Is taking a hard line against people not wearing a mask. A B C's Alex Stone has the latest, Yes. So the goal is to prevent a repeat of what unfolded last week where people were flying in and out of D. C and they got very rowdy on board flights. I mean, listen to this. Imagine being on that plane. There were chants Syria! Then people were harassing other passengers. Somebody was projecting a trump 2020 logo onto the ceiling of that Boeing 7 37 that you know others were going. Look, I'm just trying to watch a movie or I'm just trying to sleep and Evil are are chanting a little bit more of that your flight attendants getting involved in his name. He just threatened. All of us know I'm talking to you with the I'll have a seat. Please now have a seat. Now, she says. So. Now airlines are banding together and had to prevent trouble next week. American Airlines not serving alcohol onboard flight, say amount of D C through the inauguration. And now a bunch of airlines started with Delta. But now United American Delta, Alaska, they're banning guns from checked the luggage on the flights to the D. C area. You know, normally you'd be able to have it in case you'd be able to put it in the belly of the plane. But not if you're going into D. C for the next week, and Bastian, the CEO of Delta, saying, they feel like they got to do. One thing we're going to do is work on Lee too. Not allow anyone to check a firearm into any of the Metro D C airports starting this weekend and carrying it through the next week. Unless you have you are long force mint in your authorized to be to be carrying when he was on CNBC today, and then Alaska Airlines going even beyond that almost post 9 11 type roles that if you're flying into D, c. You've got to be seated for an hour before you land If you're flying out You've got to be seated for an hour after you take off flight crews are gonna be staying outside of hotels outside of Washington. So, ah lot going on the airlines, saying they're trying to calm it down on board. Try to calm it down on the ground with the gun rules for people aren't flying guns in. If they're not law enforcement lot going on cash. I'll say Alex, and you know this is all. In addition, of course, to all

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14 passengers banned by airline after rowdy Washington, DC to Seattle flight

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

14 passengers banned by airline after rowdy Washington, DC to Seattle flight

"Thursday night aboard a flight from the nation's capital to Seattle. Alaska Airlines says 14 passengers became combative, refusing to follow mask rules and continually harassing the flight crew Now it's unclear if any of them were part of the riots the capital on Wednesday. No one has been arrested, but all 14 have been banned for life from the airline. Jeff Pooja,

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Alaska Airlines bans 14 passengers after disturbance on flight from Washington, D.C. to Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Alaska Airlines bans 14 passengers after disturbance on flight from Washington, D.C. to Seattle

"Been banned from flying in Alaska Airlines after creating a disturbance on a flight from Washington, D C to Seattle last night, the airline said all 14 passengers refused to wear masks argued with and harassed the flight crew. Alaska has banned 288 passengers for violating its mask policy, not including the 14 passengers from last night. Tonight,

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Man shown with feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested

News, Traffic and Weather

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Man shown with feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested

"People have been arrested in in the the deadly deadly attack attack on on the the U. U. S. S. Capitol Capitol and and a a dozen dozen people people now now face face federal federal charges charges Come Come was was tending. tending. Natasa Natasa has has the the latest latest said, said, say say they they will will not not tolerate tolerate violent violent extremists. extremists. They say such behavior. Trace the values of our democracy, So they are determined to find these people very quickly. Thea FBI has dozens of people they're looking for in the violent attack on the U. S. Capitol building. These persons of interest are right on their front page. Among the people featured on that front page is a man seen scaling the Capitol building. Among those who are now charged is Richard Barnett. He's the man seen in photos breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office thing, putting his foot up on her desk and stealing mail from her desk. He was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas and face is three federal charges. Also facing charges is Lonnie Kaufman. He was arrested at the Capitol and charged with possession of destructive devices. Investigators say they found 11 Molotov cocktails filled with gasoline and home made napalm after searching his truck. As for Barnett, he spoke out about why he did it before he was arrested. You're out of order that is he appreciated that together, appreciates that. My feet up on the desk. The FBI is still looking for several others and is asking the public for tips on who these people are and where to find them. And we have a link to the FBI's front page at common. News dot com was trouble on Alaska Airlines flight last night 14 people were on the flight from Washington, D. C. The Seattle and have the airlines say they became disorderly, refused to follow mass rules and Continually harass the crew. It's unclear if any in that group played a part in Wednesday's D. C. Protest. Those passengers have all been banned for life from Alaska Airlines.

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Chicago-based United joins American, Delta and Alaska airlines in refusing to allow emotional support animals on flights for free

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago-based United joins American, Delta and Alaska airlines in refusing to allow emotional support animals on flights for free

"Another major airline has announced that emotional support animals will no longer be allowed on board. Alaska Airlines was first then American, then Delta now United, the airlines will no longer accept emotional support Animals on board. It had gotten out of control passengers claiming everything from their dogs. Two birds were emotional support animals so they could take them out of their carriers during a flight and didn't have to pay up, etc. Soon only official service dogs will be allowed in small pets can be brought on board if a passenger pays a fee, and they cannot come out of their carrier on the plane.

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American Airlines changes rules for emotional support animals

710 WOR Programming

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

American Airlines changes rules for emotional support animals

"Allowing emotional support pants on flights due to changing government rules. Sara Barkley with the details Texas based air carrier says the rules go into effect next week, and travelers will soon have to fill out a government form two days before boarding planes. New federal rules to find service animals as a dog trained to help a disabled person, the airline says pets £20 and under will still be allowed on flights but must be in carriers. Alaska Airlines announced last week it would also no longer allow emotional support pets. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News Radio Jersey based Johnson and

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American Airlines bans emotional support animals

Larry O'Connor

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

American Airlines bans emotional support animals

"Com, another airline banning emotional support animals As of next month, only train service dogs will be allowed to fly an American Airlines cabins. Passengers will be required to submit the Transportation Department service animal air transportation form before their trip to confirm they have a legitimate service dog. Alaska Airlines announce the same policy last week. A new Transportation Department rule takes effect next Monday that emotional support animals will no longer be considered service animals on flights that allows airlines to change their own policies. Airlines had complained that people were bending the rules to fly with their pets for free and that untrained animals have injured flight

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American Airlines bans emotional support animals

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

American Airlines bans emotional support animals

"Line with the new federal rules. As of next month, only trained service dogs will be allowed to fly an American airlines cabins. Passengers will be required to submit the Transportation Department service animal air transportation form before their trip to confirm they have a legitimate service dog. Alaska Airlines announce the same policy last week. New Transportation Department rule takes effect next Monday that emotional support animals will no longer be considered service animals on flights. This allows airlines to change their own policies. The airlines had complained of people are bending the rules to fly with their pets for free. That untrained animals have injured flight attendants. Chris Foster Fox News an hour to the close on Wall Street,

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American Airlines is grounding emotional-support animals

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

American Airlines is grounding emotional-support animals

"American Airlines is banning emotional support animals in a move that will force most animal owners to pay extra if they want their pets to travel with them American Airlines says it will allow animals in the cabin free of charge only if they are trained service dogs well the changes already in affect passengers who already bought tickets can fly with the companion animal until February first the move follows a similar decision by Alaska airlines and other carriers will likely do the same the number of passengers flying with companion animals grew rapidly in recent years with some saying the animals help them overcome anxiety and other issues passengers only needed a note from a health professional to be allowed to bring their pets on board actually after

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Seattle-Based Alaska Airlines Curbs Emotional Support Animals On Flights

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Seattle-Based Alaska Airlines Curbs Emotional Support Animals On Flights

"Animals at home. They say the animals are no longer welcome on the flights. New policy comes after a change in the federal rules. It allows airlines to treat the animals as pets. That means emotional support. Animals don't qualify for special privileges anymore, like going for free or in the passenger cabin, regardless of the wages for the size. This does not apply to train service dogs like those who assist the blind with the cradle, Iris raging and hospital

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines to stop allowing emotional support animals on flights

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines to stop allowing emotional support animals on flights

"So long to emotional support animals. You've heard the stories in recent years about the emotional support squirrels and even peacocks. People have tried to bring on board planes. I'm not kidding. This woman is wrangling her peacock into the airport and the claims passengers make their dogs or emotional support animals just to get around paying a pet fee and to be able to take them out of their carriers on board. Well a few weeks ago, the Department of Transportation's that airlines no longer have to allow emotional support animals and now Alaska Airlines announcing emotional support animals will no longer fly on its planes. Specially trained service dogs will be allowed. Alex Stone

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Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years

The KFBK Morning News

03:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Boeing 737 Max returns to U.S. skies after nearly 2 years

"Well the first commercial flight of a Boeing 7 37 Max aircraft in nearly two years, said to take place today on American Airlines. Max departs Miami for New York's LaGuardia Airport this morning, ABC. Jim Ryan joins us Live right now with more so, Jim, let's talk a little bit about the criteria. What did the FAA use here to deem that the Boeing 7 37 Max is ready to fly again? I must say it is really Sam from Boeing, a redesign of the max eight aircraft retraining of pilot and, of course, the FAA did its own investigation and its own infections of the Max eight aircraft. But it's been less than two years now completely redesigned plane now extremely complex that some are saying that it was with the grounding was not long enough that there should have been further investigations. Some family members of the hundreds of people who died in those two crashes in 2008 and 2920 18 2019 say that they want the plane to remain grounded on grounds that they say there were improprieties in the inspection process into the training of those pilots. So no doubt, not just those families, Jim. But the entire aviation world of the entire world, for that matter is going to be watching this flight. And I would imagine subsequent flights with 7 37 Max very closely over the course of the next few weeks and months, And is there some sort of a time frame? That they're giving this and then do they plan on expanding these flights in the not too distant future? Well, at least in an American airlines, you know they're going to continue using this aircraft United in Southwest are other huge customers of the 7 37 Max. They don't plan to fly their new aircraft until early to mid 2021 next year. Alaska Airlines has just ordered several dozen of the aircraft. So yeah, Ryanair, Also Europe's air air air of Azaz decided it wants to order more swell, so there's no real timetable. That they all have agreed upon. It's the airline's making their own decisions on when they want to ramp it up again. So at this point to your you've got the flight from Miami to LaGuardia. Is that the only one today of the 7 37, Max? Or is that just the first one out of the gate today and that there might be Mork coming up either today or or throughout the week? No plans for today. But throughout the rest of the week, If that seems like that, like 7 18 Miami to LaGuardia will fly using the max eight, so at least we know that those will be in the air. The interestingly I talked with the widow of a man who died in the Ethiopia crash. She says that passengers should be checking as they make reservations to see what kind of aircraft they are flying on something that most people don't even think about. But she says that people should be doing that for their own peace of mind. She's not convinced of the safety of the 7 37 Maxie, and she thinks that past me or should make an important decision about whether they want to fly on it. Today's flight. We don't know whether it's full or not, but these air paying passengers of American Airlines Miami

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Jetliner hits brown bear while landing in Alaska

KYW 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Jetliner hits brown bear while landing in Alaska

"Alaska Airlines jetliner struck a brown bear while landing early Saturday evening, killing the animal and causing damage to the plane. None of the passengers or crew members on board were injured during that accident at the Yakutat airport in southeast Alaska. Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facility says the Boeing 7 37 killed the brown bear cell. But Cub thought to be two years old, was uninjured. Left engine cowling of the jet was damaged. The plane remain on the ground Sunday.

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American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:20 min | 4 months ago

American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

"There the workers who have spent the pandemic in the air at airports or taking care of planes. I dreamed of being a flight attendant when I was a little girl. So my dreams came true. Um, I have my dream job. And so I have been asking myself like, what do you do when you lose your dream job? Where do you go from there? I don't have any answers right now. Annette Hall has worked as a flight attendant for united for the past seven years. Her last flight was just a week ago, I asked one of my co workers to take a picture of me. I said, this is my last time like putting on this uniform coming back. I wear my uniform with pride. I love my job. Her tears represent really worried just weeks before the pandemic. Ravage the airline industry Jalabad her first house past October 1st. My future is like a big black hole. There's a lot of innocent people whose lives are being held in the balance, and we're all on a precipice right now. Back in March, the airlines received $25 billion from the U. S government from the payroll support program through the CARES act. Thie airline industry has been begging lawmakers for Mohr. Even taking their message to Capitol Hill. We must continue the payroll support program that has been the most effective jobs program of Corona virus relief. The most effective use of the public's money. And so on a balance sheet. Everyone agrees. Nick Calio is CEO of Airlines for America, which represents the major U. S Airlines. What's going through your mind thinking about the Thousands and thousands of employees who were gonna lose their jobs, their health insurance thie impact that that's going to have on their families. To those who say that the airlines didn't manage their money correctly from the beginning. What do you say? I would say that that is simply not true. The airlines all of them said to have fortress balance sheets. They had all packed in enough liquidity for an event three times 9 11 3 times three times worse in the 9 11 That all disappeared by April. We were flying 94% less people than we have been on March 1st that's like 1954 prior to the jet Age. Air travel is down around 70% compared to last year, and experts predict it won't return to pre pandemic levels until 2024. Now we're seeing how one family of airline workers is dealing with the cuts. The Erickson's all worked for Alaska Airlines. The fatherly is a pilot. The mother, Brenda is a flight attendant. There, kids Kaylen and Cydney work at the airline to and in hopes of saving their jobs. Mom and Dad took early retirements. We piloted his last flight this week, passing the baton to his son, who was his copilot flag for 36 years. Urgent today to buy with my son, The writer Lee and Brenda say they don't regret their decision one bit because they get to watch their Children fly the friendly skies to un inspiring story Even in the midst of heartbreak for so many Americans like Annette Holla, who worries about the future of air traffic, this might be There's no guarantees in the future that Wei will be able to come back that life won't change her that I would be able to continue to do this self. Yeah, I've thought about it. And that recovery could take years. Geo Benitez ABC NEWS New YORK

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Bankrupt Alaska airline seeks bonus for its chief executive

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Bankrupt Alaska airline seeks bonus for its chief executive

"All right. We're watching what's happening in the airline business with largest rural airline in Alaska now declaring bankruptcy laying off for the 1000 employees, it looks like they want to $250,000 in the bonuses to be awarded to its chief executives and Other employees of the company involved here. Raven Air Group filing the request in bankruptcy court. Taking a look at some other developments in the airline business. American Airlines preparing to scrap flight serving two dozen small and medium cities as the expiration of the corona virus aid from the federal government, the place restrictions and carriers from cutting service approaches. According to CNBC. Carrie is required to maintain minimum levels of service through September 30th under $25 billion federal aid package. The airlines are pushing for more help in this point. As discussions are stalled in Washington on the next round of Corona virus rescue

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Dubs Alaska Airlines arena a former Seattle sonics broadcaster who became a major booster of youth basketball has died Jim March spent twelve years as a color analyst for sonics games on TV The Seattle Times reports March led the successful friends of hoops basketball program and hosted an annual three on three basketball tournament the former USC star was drafted by the sonics in nineteen sixty eight then played a part of one season for the Portland trail Blazers he died of Parkinson's Jim marsh was seventy three a Malaysian man is facing charges of video voyeurism after he allegedly planted a hidden camera in an airplane bathroom earlier this year on United Airlines flight ABC's Pollock as with the updates that camera was discovered by a woman flying and first class on a flight from San Diego to Houston after spotted a blue light near the door she grabbed the object quickly handed it over to the flight crew lady the United crew a mediate Lee turned it over to airport security the airline telling us when our crew was alerted of this issue they acted quickly to notify the appropriate authorities we will fully cooperate and support this investigation as it moves forward according to the complaint footage recovered shows a man setting up the camera face obscured but distinctive jewelry and clothing the FBI scoured airport surveillance video agents say they were able to match the clothing and jewelry to a suspect Malaysian national and Halliburton employee June paying only the company released a statement that they are aware of the situation and they are cooperating with the FBI and U. S. attorney's office in their investigation but it's not just airplanes that are vulnerable to potential voyeurism just last fall a Pensacola family found a hidden camera facing their bad while cruising to the Caribbean and a twenty seventeen a couple in Florida was secretly recorded in there Airbnb rental a camera was hidden inside a smoke detector looking down on their bed that perpetrator was sentenced to three hundred and sixty four days for filming his Airbnb gas this is Paul affairs reporting six fourteen marina rock injure exposing the problems on the road.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"When Brady started his NFL journey the seventeen year gap between the two the largest between starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl history and Brady's not done. He's on record saying he'd like to play till he's forty five. I'm sure. You sent your goals? New England a two and a half point favorite game kicks off at three thirty on CBS, husky women's hoops tonight. They're on the road at USC last night, number four guns man, whipping BYU Ninety-three sixty three in Provo exit twenty eighth straight road games in Western Conference, play twenty one consecutive, consecutively games. Overall tomorrow the Pac twelve leading husky men host UCLA at Alaska Airlines arena trying to move their unbeaten conference record to nine. And oh when they host the Bruins. We'll have it for you. With the pregame show at twelve thirty at one PM tipoff. Sports at ten and forty past. Teach our top on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Just a few minutes away from our next traffic update. We're continuing to learn more about that missing Tennessee teenager who has found safe hundreds of miles away from home in Wisconsin, a fourteen year old is safe three weeks after she mysteriously vanished from her Tennessee home, bringing an end to a desperate multi-state search. And now a major twist in the case just days after pleading for her safe return, the girl's adoptive father Randall Pruitt now. Arrested on sexual assault charges. Authorities discovering the teen in Wisconsin, nearly seven hundred miles from her family's farm ABC's aerial Russia. Reporting US customs and border patrol say they've made their biggest sentinel bust ever at the southern border. And it's not the only thing they found nearly two hundred fifty four pound of the deadly synthetic opioid worth an estimated three point five million dollars. The drugs were tempted to be smuggled into the United States from Mexico agents became suspicious of a tractor trailer carrying cucumbers which was trying to enter the United States through a border checkpoint. They like to use vehicles with Heddon compartments that they're able to to track say instead of between ports of entry and say the amount in this shipment was enough to provide one hundred fifteen million lethal doses of the drug which is now blamed for the majority of overdose deaths in the US said that a quarter milligram or the size of a few grains assault. Offensive new. Which is a dangerous opioid can't kill a person very quickly. Also on the tractor trailer three hundred ninety five pound of meth, the third largest seizure of its kind in the US data from customs and border protection show smuggling of meth in Fenton, all is on the rise. And the ports are the main places for smugglers to slip drugs into the country. Most hard narcotics seized and see BP are at the ports of entry. And that's the case here bust comes as President Trump continues to push for a border wall overnight. The president responded tweeting our great US border patrol agents made the biggest Fenton all bussed in our country's history. Thanks as always for job. Well, done ABC's. Janai Norman reporting, a judge in San Antonio is considering whether to allow a lawsuit against academy, sports and outdoors to move forward. ABC's? Jim Ryan says the man who murdered twenty-six people in south Texas church in two thousand seventeen bought his weapon at an academy. Sporting goods store survivors of the mass shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs, and the families of those who died place part of the blame on the store where the gunman bought his assault rifle. In magazine, they deserve their day. In court says attorney George Legrand, and they deserve to have a jury decide their case a lawyer for the story says she feels for the family but adds that they can't put their heartaches on academy. Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas the jury in the El Chapo trial in Brooklyn expected to begin liberate. On monday. Jurors have been hearing closing arguments this week and heard for more than fifty people in Joaquin El Chapo, Guzman's three month long trial, the sixty one year old accused Mexican drug Lord faces life in prison if convicted in more than a dozen counts that include drug trafficking and money laundering. Komo news time, twelve fourteen..

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Hey, we have the Alaska Airlines commuter, the the q four hundred dash eight a couple of months back or a month ago. Back in a moment, folks. And now a look back at this week in history this week in seventeen eighty during the American revolution American general Benedict Arnold meets with British major John Andre to discuss handing over West Point to the British in return for the promise of a large sum of money in a high position in the British army. The plot was foiled and Arnold. A former American hero became synonymous with the word traitor this week in eighteen forty six German astronomer Johann Gottfried gall discovers the planet Neptune at the Berlin observatory Neptune the planet from the sun, which has a diameter four times that birth was named for the Roman God of the sea. It completes an orbit of the sun. Once every one hundred sixty five years in one thousand nine hundred nine the Voyager two was the first human spacecraft to visit Neptune moving forward over one hundred years this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty three twenty year olds Vanessa Williams becomes the first African American to win the Miss America crown less than a year later Williams gave up. Her crown after nude photos of her surfaced, despite the scandal Williams, later launched a successful singing and acting career and has been on countless successful TV shows and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety the Martin Scorsese directed mafia film goodfellas starring Ray Liotta, Robert deniro, the rain Bronco and Joe patchy opens in theaters around the US the movie which was based on the bestselling nineteen Eighty-six book wiseguy tells the true story of the mobster turned FBI informant. Henry hill from the nineteen fifties to the nineteen eighties. Goodfellas earned six Academy Award nominations, including best picture and best director Petchey won the best supporting actor Oscar for his performance as the psychotic mobster. Tommy devito funny. How I mean funny like, I'm a clown. That's your look back at this week in history. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule there sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start way back in eighteen forty eight where baseball rules that the first baseman can tag the base for an out instead of the actual runner that changed things this week in one thousand nine hundred nine the largest paid baseball attendance to date happened in Detroit with thirty five thousand four hundred nine people watching as the as beat the Tigers to do nothing this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty six Baltimore quarterback. Johnny United's throws four touchdown passes in a thirty eight to twenty three win over Minnesota to surpass y a tittle as the NFL's career touchdown leader with two hundred and twelve this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy three Billie Jean King beats body rigs six four six three six three in the battle of the sexist tennis match at the Houston astrodome the global TV on. Was estimated at fifty million the winner collected one hundred thousand dollars this week in one thousand nine hundred two NFL players beginning fifty seven day strike play. Started January eighth nineteen Eighty-three and only nine regular season games were played and this week in two thousand eight Jose Molina hits the last home run in the eighty five year history of Yankee Stadium in New York. The AKIs beat the Orioles Seventy-three the stadium would be demolished replaced by a new one point three billion dollar Yankee Stadium across the way from the old ballpark..

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Gotta This going down It's going down How in the world did, this guy again, this is. Seattle Tacoma international is this the. Field somewhere airport so the CEO of Alaska Airlines is trying to, explain? This away right because they're looking into security at every single airline every single gate everybody with Somebody's getting fired for this all my. God so so listen to the CEO? Of, Alaska Airlines talk, about this. Try to justify it away job. Is to be around airplanes this he is toast certified so he's, meant? To be on the security airports have an unsecure side and the. Secure side Well you know he is 'to certified That means he's certified to drive the. Little cart that the. Luggage, carrier around that's all we had basically there is no possible way this guy ever should have been able, to get the. Passenger, plane flight, around oh my God I actually did accomplish. Them, tricks some of the witnesses say he was fine upside down did I don't know if he did the, complete barrel roll FBI FBI on the scene now NTSB every CIA everybody Jesus it's insane though, the guy's, gone yeah but we've got to figure out you know how do we? Not let this ever happen again at any other airport I mean security usually is, how. It doesn't happen. Where the hell. Was, the security in this whole thing, is a, big as you can imagine big press Fritz coming out later on today Reiterating the came out with, another state but this morning, early for them. Saying just. Want. To remind, everybody is not a terrorist act was just a guy that snapped how it happened no we're going to get fired but was your, everybody, that oh my gosh.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In this greatest nation on God's green earth another. Great week week the, begins after a weekend that featured one? Of the strangest most perplexing a most, peculiar stories of of. Of recent years in fact that I can remember and it was a local story which I heard about first locally. And then it's. Become now an international story what happened how you make sense of. It what I'm talking about is the tragic theft of an airplane and it was a turboprop airplane. It was large. Plane relatively large that was stolen From the Seattle airport And it was stolen apparently for a joyride By someone who had worked, for Alaska Airlines which, is the very major and in my, opinion wonderfully last fly Alaska all the time and they're the, leading airline going in and out of Seattle and It's as somebody who worked for that, airline was not authorized to fly a plane and never flown a plane before got up on. The plane and while he was up in the air and there were two f. fifteens tailing him thinking it might be a terrorist attack because, somebody takes off and I'm, playing like that it, wasn't he was doing stunts and barrel, rolls and his conversation with the air traffic controller sounded like this A lot of people that care about me And It's gonna disappoint them That I did this I would like to apologize Broken guys Got a few, screws loose I guess never really knew, until now That he. Died shortly, after those comments when the plane crashed. On Katrin island and again I've lived in the. Seattle, area now it's twenty two years and never heard of Katrin Greg did you know about Katrin island know in any event somebody else's lived in. Seattle mo- most of his life. Is my very good friend daylight he who is a veteran pilot he has flown for now. Retired flown for thirty five years for a very. Major commercial airline and Dale I mentioned on the air before that I think, the first time we spoke on the air was on September eleventh two. Thousand and one where you're, giving us some perspective on what happened and then after September eleventh you. Became one of the first. Pilots to be authorized licensed to carry You're a strong second amendment advocate to carry in. The cockpit and and, now, you like everybody else I guess you're trying to make sense of this Yes so glad to be here Michael yes. It's a very amazing story that is for sure And one of. The. Things. About this young man he's twenty nine years old He's apparently. Very happily married strong family relationships with his wife's parents, and his own parents and Everybody has said, very, kind things about him no criminal record no record of mental illness A? First of all do they do any they. Do regular psychiatric, testing on pilots don't they No, they get medical exams but. There's no formal psychological testing there is background checks criminal background checks and and all, of that and and, what I understand this? Ground service employees had gone through that, as well Yeah. And he had he, had gone through, that and apparently he had. No problems in what is it the three years he had worked for Alaska Airlines Okay, so he gets. Onto this plane now? I, would. Have thought that you need like a car key or something like that before you start up this very very powerful machine. Is that not true no no all you need, to do is get access to the cockpit and let, me give your listeners a little bit of perspective so there are more airplanes than there, are gate and so every evening and every day they have to there's a storage area up at the north end of the airport is a ramp area. And this is where they go to take the airplanes that they don't are not using. The present time and they don't have a case space for them and this this gentleman and. Others. Are tasked with going up there and toy those airplanes back to the gate or from the gates back after that you don't tell them it's not Vulgar. Boatmen you get in a little car right and. Then pull the plane correct but while they're pulling the, plane someone has and someone has to be in the cockpit so that if the airplane. Would get loose from the toe that they could actually apply the brakes and stop the airplane and so this would make this this gentleman or this man. Aware of, how to operate the the breaks how to contact air traffic control ground control to interact with them to work the radios on airplanes so, he would have that, expertise already Yeah? But he he had never, gone. The pilot's license apparently had never, flown a plane at all before we use surprised to see him doing barrel rolls and some of these stunts that he was doing in the air yeah that was absolutely amazing. That he could do that and, the the there are flight simulator programs that are very sophisticated and so, he could have learned for example, the position, of the controls or even what it took to start. Your plane yeah from a simulator program Me and the time that I have I've got three five thousand hours of flight time someone told me say hey go out and start up that dash eight I wouldn't be. Able, to do it somewhat have to show me how to do they have to go through a book to learn how. To do it but I would, not have, the expertise so that was quite the task for him to accomplish and then. Even, to be able to Put the, power up and get the airplane airborne and bring. The gear, up and the flaps up or maybe you left and down for takeoff it's hard to hard, to know but what he did was. Somewhat, amazing in requires a lot of skill but he could've he said to the ATC that he did learn a lot of it simulator, programs and like. I say they're pretty sophisticated and speaking of the air traffic controllers weren't you impressed when you. Listen these guys are being so sensitive and so. Responsible in fact, let's, take, a quick listen to the air traffic controller. Trying to talk twenty nine year old Richard Russell down to a safe landing listen. Is the the runway just off your right side and about a mile, DC that that's the that's the that's. Mcchord field man guys rough me up I think I. Think I might mess something out there To. I wouldn't want to do that hopefully they got anti-aircraft They don't have. Any of that stuff We're just trying to find. A place for you to land safely Yeah that's you bring it out just yet for holy smokes I. Gotta I gotta stop looking at the field because it's going down Dalliance is are things going to change and Seattle airport is seatac Yeah I think I think. This is a big wake up call for the whole airline industry and I think as a, result of this is going to be some big changes right now there's a circle of people who have access to the airplanes and what they're gonna do is we're. Gonna, make that circle smaller and another thing would probably be worthwhile they're they're. Probably already considering this or they will be in the months ahead is that some type of a code that has to be put into the airplane before you, could actually started in that would be relatively easy thing to do but, it would take a. While to, do that for. All the, airplanes but something like that so yes things will change People who knew Richard Russell, who who died when. His plane, crashed on this Largely uninhabited island in the middle of Puget Sound He he grew up. In a very Christian home he. Was a churchgoer he. Was active in young life he was happily married he doesn't fit any. Profile of someone to just. Kill himself, like this he does not does not and. Again, we'll try to make some sense of it listen I appreciate the fact that it's people like daylight who keep our skies safe and. Landa safely and take us from place to place we will be right back with something else and other stories from the weekend that got even more attention than this And, thank Dale maybe we have a bunch of. Callers, who are who are hanging onto can you stay with us for a while longer sure you bet I mean one of the questions. Is how how is this even possible today with the level of training that you have to have as a pilot We'll get back to that I also want? To, cover the. Great unite, the right rally which which actually was media hype and distortion at its very worst we'll get to that and more on the Medved show.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"We're talking about this. I I saw this headline last night late last night and I didn't really think anything of it. I didn't look into it. I didn't expand it. I, I. Paid no attention to it. And then this morning, Myron, you tell me the actual story. I'm like, oh my goodness. How in the world and not pay attention to this now, let me say it ended with a death, the the man that did this died and that's obviously a tragedy. The story itself is so it says another do a sports bear with us on this, but my goodness, it's just that crazy at Seattle, Tacoma international airport. Last night, a man who works what I guess on the ground crew at the airport who helps bring planes into the gate, so on and so forth. Jumped in a horizon airplane, which is in Alaska Airlines city and took off. Any took off any he clearly Byron in the videos out that you can see it anywhere knew what he was doing. It's this is just it's fascinating, Lee disturbing, isn't it? Yeah, it's it's all bizarre in, you know, you don't want to make light of something that in this way. But if you hear the commentary, he Saint pretty light hearted. I mean, he he, he seemed like a guy who you know, wasn't showing any signs of panic. I guess. I don't want to believe that I could step into the cockpit and do some of those maneuvers. I guess what the things I hope they find out is that he has some kind of flight experience because I don't know how pilots do their job and I fly a lot, but I know they're good, and that makes me comfortable when I'm in the air, this idea of someone maybe being able to walk onto a planet. I think what people think when they hear this Dari is a little small plane in a little four seater. Something like that, right. This is a commercial airline. Listen, Alaska Airlines flight that he took seventy eight seat plane. I think. I mean, that's a big plane. He's maneuvering through the sky. I just I don't feel comfortable about any of this am, I guess, is security at airports around the country going to be a little tougher in the next week. As officials investigate this. Yeah. And you'd been saying that I needed to listen to the conversation. So during that last break, I listened to a few minutes of the conversation. I could not believe this as he's talking to air traffic control than that air traffic control wisely puts a pilot on the line as well. In case he has any questions. This guy is it. Like you said, it's like you're sitting next to a bar. It's just like. He he sounded like any of our buddies would sound. He was one hundred percent comfortable sounded like, dude, you'd want to go have a beer with. I mean, just just there was no threat. He apologized for an wanna screw up. Everybody's day. He said on account of AMIS. Sorry, Scott, screwing up. Everybody's day here on account of me. They asked him if he's flown before he said, I've played video games before, so I I know what I'm doing a little bit like are you learning this on a flight simulator? Because in the end he did not know how to land any said he didn't know how to land it all to me. That's what cost him his life. Can you literally learn to fly a seventy eight seat plane on an XBox and adequately do it he's doing loop de loops. Didn't even know those planes did loop de loops Myron. Yeah, I hope you can't look. I hope you can't go on and buy something, whether it's video game or some sort of flight simulator that allows you to do that. I'll tell you what, I didn't know..

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Trains, it's, so bad even. Metros telling riders to find another way around town for the next two weeks Townsend says Take them at, their word. Heather Curtis sound WMA Allen WFAN dot. Com and employee it Seattle seatac airport stole a turbo prop plane from Alaska Airlines affiliate last night took off and led military, plans on an hour, long, joyride, before crashing into a wooded area forty miles south of the airport the incident was. Not considered terrorism the employees worked for horizon air regional airline based at Seattle Tacoma airport it's the sister carrier of Alaska Airlines. The, plane was taken from. A maintenance, position and was not scheduled for a passenger flight operations at the airport were briefly halted but have resumed correspondent Kevin Delaney new health study suggests you should stay away from, work Email when you're at home it's. A joint study. From Virginia Tech and Lehigh university called killing me softly electron communications monitoring and employee. And signature Other wellbeing it's just that constant emails hurts employee. Health as, well as the relationship between employee and spouse Virginia Tech professor William Becker writes flexible work. Boundaries often turns into work without boundaries, correspondent. Pat piper members of the university of. Maryland athletes staff, have been placed on administrative leave is a review of the death. Of football player Jordan McNair in June continues that announcement follows an ESPN story citing unidentified sources that describe. A program led by head coach. DJ Durkan rife with verbal abuse. And humiliation of players McNair, died of apparent heatstroke two weeks, after collapsing. During a team workout in may Virginia's. Expecting to take roughly five hundred million dollars over the next five years due to changes in federal tax laws and democrat governor, Ralph north and wants, to, spread, that wealth offering half of it to low income residents in the form of tax. Rebates northern says most of the benefits from the federal tax cuts are going to corporations, and the wealthy he wants To.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected stay informed KOMO news This is twenty. Four seven, news, on, KOMO news I'm Paul Jackson Seattle Tacoma international airport was put on ground stop Friday night due to a security scare in. The form of a stolen aircraft that was. The initial word from Alaska Airlines Pierce county. Sheriff's office says horizon air q. four hundred was stolen by a mechanic at the. Airport around eight. O'clock Friday. Evening it later crashed another q. four hundred, is a. Twin engine commuter twin turboprop plane so what do you say there were no passengers on board at. The time the plane was stolen the mechanic apparently conducted aerial stunts before being contacted. By two f fifteen interceptor jets they chase down the craft and. Attempted to force it to land I witnesses say to your plane nosedive and then crashed into the. Islands located between Tacoma and Olympia the crash causing a. Small, wildfire, in a wooded area now thirties tell us the aircraft thief was a twenty nine year old, Pierce county, man who was suicide Title the, IMF, assize, this was not a terrorist threat but a single suicidal man airport mechanic who acted alone stories fluid stay tuned to KOMO. News for the very latest a twenty thousand. Dollar reward is now being offered in the. Search for Samantha sayers the Twenty-seven-year-old was last seen August first when she headed to. A hike to. Vespa peak. She is described as an experienced hiker but, only equipped. For a day hike when she left anyone with information is asked to haul this county sheriff's office. Fishery officials from both the US and Canada were finally able to reach that sick. Whale known as j fifty and give her medication more now from. Komo's sewer Romero and international team found and finally reached three and a half year old Jay fifty. Thursday and administered an antibiotic via dart an operation that. Spanned, both, sides of the border in the water Canadian vet Marty Halina first meeting with this can you Well that was buyers south was quite worrisome he said they observed j. fifty diving coming back up and breathing just fine but still looking so skinny and underfed other whales that have been in this condition, have not survived so to she is still a. Critical well he says over the next few days they'll watch Jay fifties eating habits before deciding what to do next see Romero KOMO news it's thirty four past. The hour KOMO.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KGO 810

"Community I don't. Understand I've never. Understood, I've I've always understood loving my, brother my, sister my, father my, mother my, daughter my. Son what, how what the heck is sexual orientation have to do with any of that With love what has after do with respect None of it I don't understand this and the reason I bring this up is I've been arguing for a long time that the Civil. Rights Act needs to include the gender classification. He's include gender orientation needs to be expanded the circuits are, split on this because, at the federal level they are not. Protections, pre-algebra TQ they can be discriminated against now that. Doesn't mean that San Francisco doesn't protect them that doesn't mean the state, of California doesn't putting them, because they knew. But at the federal level they're not protected so when you're on an airplane flying from New York to Los, Angeles on Alaska Airlines, according to David Cooley founder of the abbey very famous Very famous in the, gay community the bar in LA What is it twenty seven years. Old now the abbey Published a post. You, on Sunday Said that in Alaska Airlines flight attendant Asked his partner to move so a straight couple could sit together because they're listed as family So my gay partner is not family anymore Not mine my wife is nine anyway saying that. In the sense of so wait a minute My. Partner doesn't count as family the, way that this stuff is set up at, the federal level so I can discriminate and. Say, guess what. You're gay pal over that, guy the move we ought straight couples sitting together yeah According to Cooley he and his partner were sitting in premium seats are the first class cabin on. L. ask airlines sat in those, once or twice from back when they used, to fly San Jose to Austin the nerd. Bird And I actually loved Alaska Airlines asked, my wife I was like oh well nice really good flight attendants the seats were comfortable the, food was good Always enjoyed. It nice people I. Met on the plane Flight attendant asked his partner to give. Up his seat and move to coach Cooley said that he explained is David Cooley founder of the abbey in LA said. He explained to the flight attendant that his travel companion was his romantic partner they'd like to sit together Partner Cooley wrote, this and I quote he was given a choice to either give up the premium seat and move to coach or get off the plane Was this upgrade because was not an upgrade there's. Absolutely no excuse for the, mistake that. Some people make is if it was. An upgrade the airline actually has, the right to take the seat back if somebody pays for. It they do they actually reserve that's in, their contract so if this. Was an. Upgrade that would be the only opportunity for this to be acceptable any. Other excuse is unacceptable for. One five eight, hundred eighty eight ten he continued we cannot be bear the feeling of humiliation for an entire cross country flight end left the plane Cooley then. Wrote that he and his partner found another, flight to l. a. on. Delta Airlines. By the way I fly that one coastal fairly regularly I like delta. I'm really happy with them San Francisco and LA flights to New York to JFK very comfortable. They've been upgrading the planes are a little bit I. Very happy with. Delta's transcontinental flight really happy And he said this and I quote I cannot. Believe that. An airline in this. Day and, age will, give, a street couple preferential treatment over a, gay couple and, go so far as to, ask us, to leave, he's right I agree with them Alaska Airlines spokeswoman Oriana. Brandon provided a statement to the Huffington Post calling. The episode nothing more than a quote, seating error This unfortunate incident was caused by seating error compounded by a full flight and a crew. Seeking an. On time departure and. Nothing more than that, I actually don't believe that unless again the, only explanation is, coolies partner was an upgrade, from coach They have. Those automatic upgrades partner upgrades us miles for, the upgrade whatever it is and the other couple had paid first class seats that's the only way. This makes any sense doesn't make a, good but at least then it's logical without any discriminatory effect So they claim, full flight and cruising in on time departure nothing more than that it's our possibly keep all family seated together whenever possible that didn't happen. Here we're deeply, sorry for situation we've reached, out to Michigan offer our sincere apologies, whatever we're seeing. A right well what it was supposed to happen. At the moment in time is you pay for first class seat, on another airline to keep them together in first class Why a basic customer service function like that didn't happen Is a failure on the part of Alaska, Airlines if this, was, happening and the partner. Wasn't upgrade you just go look let's, make this right let's do a good thing and say I'm going to get. You on the, next flight back to LA David cruelly with your partner we're going to. See you together in first class on, the next flight that is possible no matter what airline Basic customer. Service saves you this nightmare scenario Alaska Saves. You this nightmare scenario So the spokesperson for Alaska Airlines cited at the airline has, zero tolerance policy for discrimination, kinda version including Bob lob freaking blah Interestingly enough Alaska. Airlines has a page dedicated to gay travel on its website Alaska where longtime Spurs LGBT community remained, committed to more, equitable society How do, you feel about I mean I just I'm I'm actually outraged the. Only explanation and nobody clarified this was David coolies partner in upgrade Two first class Does the can you come up with another scenario where this? Is not discriminatory I cannot. For one five eight. Hundred. Eighty eight ten this discriminatory in, Alaska, didn't. Say hey look it. Was an upgrade these other people had purchase first class seats that. Gives. Them priority. Sorry Ann Coulter remember when she freaked out about that Well Remember her little freak out which made us all chuckle just a little. Bit I've. Been there hey I got, the upgrade and then like oh I'm. So, sorry Mr. behrman. We upgraded you but it. Doesn't work out and so, okay, I get that I'm not happy? About. It nobody wants to go from hey you got upgraded to. First class, Nope go back to coach steerage class right next to the toilet you know the. Stinky, one that hasn't. Been changed that guy's really sick in there right now yeah nobody wants that I sure don't I think. You do either As of yesterday, coolies posted a. Massive thirty five hundred. Track what's what's the. Latest let me get please I hate. Reading all data like that Thousand. One hundred seventy one comedies twenty one hundred shares yeah we will never. Be flying Alaska Airlines or. Their recently purchased virgin airlines group ever again thank you to, Delta Airlines for. Getting us home safe. By the well delta. Is super LGBT friendly I know this The friend just end in being editor. In. Chief of the advocate so I was going to reach out to him. For comment but he's busy. Moving right now That's right he's going to work for another group. Editor in chief of the advocates step down after a decade, I don't now close to that Friends, with him just. Curious to hear about this so I'm so feel. Feel so bad for David. Cooley and his partner went out an embarrassing situation shameful Alaska Airlines another reason we need laws, at the. Federal level there protects LGBTQ from discrimination we must get there now and it's not gonna happen under. Trump and the Republicans just saying Boy I got into. A fight on TV when I was first showing up on TV if years ago I got into, a fight with. Some Republican was like well where are we going. To allow the log cabin. Republicans on the floor of the California Republican convention I was like really allow wrong with you Brothers sisters if the Republicans, you should welcome them at your brothers and sisters. Well we're gonna, we're you know allow it So gross, to me Well, what else is oh I wanted to. Talk about that topic I really. Wanna talk. About this I'm curious are you willing to let? Your kids into construction I'm actually I have a ten year old sitting in front of me I'm going to talk to him about this and I want your calls as, well, we have? A massive housing shortage and apparently we have a massive construction worker, shortage and apparently were, the problem because we're not incur or not even say hey why not you can make a lot of money and construction four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Ethan. Bearman on k. g. o. j. she hates Entra in Berkeley on the Ashby on ramp to eastbound eighty and accident was still blocking the ramp at last check Albany eastbound eighty at central construction, now really starting to slow things down from the. Hoffman split northbound eight eighty remains nearly stopped from Fremont boulevard, in union city up to industrial Parkway. And Hayward and that's. Because. Of road word in Fremont southbound eight eighty, roadwork, is slowing. Folks from Thornton avenue to central but it's looking a little bit better. Speeds, have come up, some, I'm Lee Graham k. g. o. HBO. Showtime mission impossible fallout he's the. Number one. Movie in the world and one of the best Reviewed blockbusters ever This is why you go to.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"The airline holds all the own you? Once you're inside that, airplane they own you so. Is this like a, south western era where you. Don't really have a sign. Seats you've got the seat but they're right to move you supersedes your seat how it'll Trump, your seat any give any. Day soap Mr. Cooley said we could not bear the feeling of humiliation for an entire cross country flight and we left the plane I cannot believe that an airline in this. Day and age would give a straight couple preferential treatment over a gay couple and go so far as to ask us to leave now this can't be as cut and, dry as they're making it seem right campy Or can, it I. Man I don't want to believe that that's how it, went down seventy seven, five seven nine one or two five here's Alaska Airlines statement on Twitter because where people make. Statements the this, unfortunate incident was caused by seating mix up on a full flight it is our policy to keep all families seated together. Whenever possible that didn't happen here we are deeply. Sorry for the situation and did not intend to make Mr. cooling his partner feel uncomfortable? In any way we've, reached out to Mr. Cooley. To offer our sincere, apologies to what happened refunded. His ticket and make this. Right Alaska Airlines has a zero tolerance policy for discrimination of any kind all of us at, Alaska value inclusion for our. Guests and each other and then they go on to say full LGBT TQ equality is part of the fabric of Alaska Airlines Gigi are they're screwed and now they're gonna have. To paint all their planes rainbow because that's coming back from this there's just no Mr. Cooley sat on social, media yesterday. He's accepted the apology and quote we are discussing making, things right. What you. Lawyer up don't accept so so they're not married the gay gay couple right so if the. Couple is married In their policies to keep? Families together. And. They have the same last name I'm not. Saying it's right or do a husband and a wife short of like an elderly couple where they desperately need each other do do they have to f- y'all kids I understand sure but come on a husband and. A, wife I think there are people listening, probably a lot more of them than we would want to hear from who think that it's okay to break up a gay couple? To put a straight. Couple together, in, an airplane, oh. I hope I'm wrong on that one but would they have would they have broken up a, not married, straight couple for a married couple who have the same last name a couple's a couple I mean yes not technically yes so I think if you have to move to put kids, with parents or kids with siblings that's acceptable but I don't think you should be in the business of trying to break up to, people who are clearly, in a relationship to put two people who are also in, a. Relationship no matter what the dead there is husband and wife should or husband and husband should not trump boyfriend boyfriend boyfriend girlfriend girlfriend girlfriend if you're the husband and the wife and you're sitting in your seat and you're watching this all happened what did you say hey you know what i know it's a long flight from l._a. to new york but won't be okay we'll share our stories about this five hour flight we get done what do you need to sit next to your partner really for now if you're already seated next your partner you want to remain there that's your assigned seat so you're gonna display someone just so you can sit next to your wife what.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Is starting to line up on eastbound highway eighteen between the west valley highway highway one sixty seven. As well as on southbound 167 between fifteenth. Street south and highway four ten there's a six o'clock concert tonight, at the white river amphitheatre is causing heavier than, usual traffic at. This hour and, you're feeling a backup, on southbound five through Federal Way between highway eighteen and five and. Northbound five through Tacoma it stop, and go between highway sixteen, all the way to the Tacoma. Dome are next KOMO traffic at four zero four we're in for mostly clear Tomorrow high near. Eighty four and then it cools down a little Wednesday Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid seventies currently, eighty seven. Degrees and sunny in Seattle Boeing started off the Farnborough air show in Britain with some big announcements including orders for, forty eight new airplanes the. Company tweeting this morning it has an order from shipping. Giant DHL for fourteen triple seven freighters that deal is worth an estimated four point seven billion dollars starting today, all Alaska Airlines flights will take off without plastic straws. The airline is replacing all single use plastic straws and. Citrus picks on flights as well as in its airport lounges with sustainable versions that are harmful to marine life. Alaska is the first US airline to ban plastic straws American Airlines will follow, suit, and Alaska hoax to reduce in-flight, waste per passenger by seventy percent by twenty twenty and? I talked to some folks who own a restaurant recently and they said yeah we're getting rid of the straws but do you. Know how many gloves we use to we throw out, in a week when we're doing this point, so much that man going in the trash possibly more to come.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Allow families to get back together which actually is not happening it's not true we don't know if these children won't ever see their families again in fact we have a former special saying that many probably won't right after all of that steve cortez still double down inside of that same messaging it's like the the trump has left you in the dust and don lemon was saying you for days now have been exciting this information and now you are you trying to backtrack and he wouldn't backtrack that's the overton window that is used to be accept it used to be unacceptable to lie and if you got caught in a lie you didn't have a little blush on your face and you move on from it now it's not unacceptable to lie you say i'm lying to your face and i'm okay with it i'm gonna stick to that life because there's no political consequence or moral consequence right let's talk to donna let's talk to don a you're on the stephanie miller show hey this is donna your favorite cadillac travels and i go crazy with this stuff with the airlines is just that you know i'm so proud of them i hate them i know right i'm really i'm really really proud of what they did to the growing list now some of this kind of warm i think you know it's alaska airlines airline southwest frontier here at celta kinda gave a lukewarm response so we're not really sure about them there was also really very powerful article about this flight attendant who he said he wouldn't work uh flights that separate immigrant kids and he asked all his other flight attendant friend do the same and they all agreed i mean it really traumatized him but the kid.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on Women in Business

"So what do you do when there are people that that seems to be their only way of communicating and i mean where does all of this play it social media has brought about the age of the empowered customer and that is something that starts yes with the millennials and now the global too but it goes backwards into genxer 's and baby boomers not so much are traditionalist there there's it's a real traditionalist power using social media excite from facebook they're watching their grandbabies on facebook for sure but they're not using it as a customer but what social media does is it makes a two way conversation between the customer and the company mandatory if you are not currently executing your customer experience on a multi channel or omni channel direction then you are missing the opportunity giving exam all of this i live out in seattle washington and the airline i fly the most is alaska airline alaska airline has many extraordinary customer experience moments but every once in a while they're the hiccup i was recently on a flight across country and i opened up my trae as the rest of the customers were boarding and it was sticky and it had crumbs on it so clearly not be been wiped down so i pulled out my phone i went on twitter and i said hey alaska airlines frequent flier love you but and i took a photo of the sticky trey and i put it in the tweet i said this is my experience seven seconds later gabe response on twitter haon we're so happy you're a frequent flyer we really sorry direct message me what slight you're on and we'll make sure on the other end we get that handled so we took i didn't i didn't tell people on social media which.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Alaska airlines has issued a new set of rules when it comes to bringing a comfort animal on board komo's brian calvert has more if you purchase your ticket after may i plan on bringing your emotional support animal on the flight alaska has some new requirements the airlines wants to be clear that this is not for service animals but for animals for emotional and psychiatric support a flight attendant who has not had some experience where the pet in the cabin flora gliding president of the association of professional flight attendants tells cbs i think a lot has to do with not having to pay way to bring your pet along and it's really gotten out of hand she wants to be clear i don't really want to you know brush with a broad brush everyone who has an emotional support animal they can be very very helpful and i haven't talked myself but she says there were those who use the emotional support label simply to bring a pet along and sometimes the pet is untrained and interferes with other passengers we had fifty documented reports where there was a return to the gate or somebody who was bitten or noncompliance hardly because until now there really been no rules when it comes to emotional support animals alaska's new support policy requires three documents to be submitted at least forty eight hours before an emotional or psychiatric support animal he's taken on board one is a health advisory form for the animal one is a mental health form for the human signed by dr and the third is an animal behavior form in which the owner accepts all liability if something goes wrong rape prentice alaska airlines director of customer advocates he says quote we are making these changes now based on a number of recent incidents where the inappropriate behavior of emotional support animals has impacted even injured our employees other guests and service animals go poor jim coach's director of.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"On alaska airlines on pen air on raven we've got fis cruises with fjords tours we got dentures out at kennecott glacier lodge we've got helicopter trips which that would be the way to commute from the valley today exactly i'm looking here online at your website man you have a lot of the deals are abound and so often when i talk with scott mcmillan on and off air i always think about alaska airlines centric travel but scott's like tom are you kidding jet blue frontier delta down the line how about to europe iceland air norwegian air not just condor lufthansa the obvious right people need to think outside the box is that fair but but remember remember i was doing it a little office hours once a month where invites readers come in work on their travel problems and we were looking at these fears seattle and alaska airlines is match quite a few of those ninety four dollar one way tickets down seattle so in the airlines are mad at each other the traveler wins yeah that's right that's good well tell me about your destinations this year you're going anyplace fund will live vicariously through you where you're on i'm kind of working on the p countries right now it's either gonna be panama or portugal i don't think paraguay i'm not i'm not interested in paraguay right now the panama portugal or are high on my list and i've got a couple of leads out there to see if we can put together a trip that's you know foreign kind of outside the outside the us but that's kind of what gets my attention and someone asked me the last time you called in and i missed you you left and i did want to ask after we were off to travel segment but they were asking about iceland and the fact that it's.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on KOMO

"Thank you down 611 we talk sports sandar win tie custody basketball and much more this evening at seven o'clock it's the wednesday night dog house with komos of bills word sevenday aid all things purple and gold will get some ah more extensive details from bill 640 when he swings by to preview the show basketball to night for the eu dubbed women they are in pullman to take on washington state two teams will i have this direction this weekend for sunday game at alaska airlines arena and for the eu dubbed man hitting the road today for a game tomorrow night in salt lake city taken on the a utes of eu zaire's husky head coach mike hopkins on the challenge that presents it was a very well codes very organized had go a lot of tradition he's built an incredible program and this team is coming off you know they they started of leg they went down to oregon oregon state got two w's on they're really really good then they had to play you know they've lost four in a row so you got a team that's hungry team with his back against the wall you've got a team that's doing a blackout like this is an important stage further their program eminent teams last four in a row with talent yes says and opposing coach nettle making a little nervous won't pregame coverage tomorrow getting underway 630 tony cast recounted jason hamilton game time set for seven o'clock we'll have more sports in 30 minutes right here on your home.

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"alaska airlines" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"alaska airlines" Discussed on AP News

"For details of small group of house democrats say it's time to end the trump administration ap washington correspondent sargra madani reports tennessee congressman steve cohen says enough is enough we are introducing articles of impeachment to remove president trump from office he's leading had effort accusing the president of obstructing justice among other things uh taking this action because of great concern for their country and our constitution our national security and our democracy cohen admits it's a longshot since the gop led house is unlikely to act on impeachment articles democratic leaders are also largely against the effort fearing it will only rial up the publican base that strongly backs the president saga remain ghani washington alaska airlines is halting poised to cuba if he's mike rowse you reports the move is tied mostly to new travel restrictions that had been lifted by the obama administration alaska airlines is getting out of the cuba business the seattlebased airline says it will stop flying to havana because of a drop in demand and new restrictions on travel to cuba imposed by the trump administration alaska airlines began flying from los angeles to havana in january and after a slow start had straw man through the summer but bookings fell in the fall last week the trump administration ended an allowance for individual traveled to cuba last caroline says its last flight to havana is planned for january twenty second i mike rossio retail sales in the us were up for the second straight month of october eight visa shall we have the reports the jump was led by cars furniture and clothing the commerce department says retail sales increased point two percent in october that was after a healthy one point nine percent gain in september sales gains were widespread with consumer spending more elettronica grocery clothing and sporting goods stores restaurants and bars reported a healthy point eight percent increase that's the biggest gain since january americans are boosting their spending but incomes are rising only.

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