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Airfare Expert: What fliers need to know about the sequester

USA Today USA Today Travel – So far, most airlines show no signs of cutting flights this summer due to the automatic federal budget cuts called sequestration, but this could change at any time.

Planes, lousy weather, and love in the air at Logan

Boston GlobeThe Boston Globe - Love is in the air at Logan — especially during a snowstorm.

Boston’s often-maligned Logan International Airport has been named one of the top four airports in the country for making a romantic connection by the dating website

Late Winter Storms Delay 10,000+ Flights

Frequent Business TravelerFrequent Business Traveler – A late winter storm is bringing more snow and rain to the Northeast while snarling air traffic along the way, while severe thunderstorms threaten the southern part of the country.

Cancellations top 2,100 as storm snarls U.S. flights

USA TodayUSA Today – Flight cancellations piled up in the Great Lakes this afternoon (Feb. 22) as a strong winter storm moved east out of the Great Plains. On Thursday, that same storm caused more than 1,000 cancellations and forced the Kansas City airport to close for much of the day.

The World’s 21 Most On-Time Airlines

Huffington PostHuffington Post - If you’re hoping to land on time, don’t fly domestic.

That’s the takeaway from a FlightStats-authored review of major international airlines, which reveals that foreign-flagged carriers generally have better on-time performance than their American counterparts.