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New York, Delray Beach (AirGuide - Airline News Latin America / Caribbean) Sep 4, 2011

Airlines scramble to restart operations after Irene Hurricane Irene forced airlines to cancel thousands of flights. Now carriers are reviving normal operations and bracing for the financial hit due to the storm. Vaughn Cordle, an AirlineForecasts.com analyst and consultant, estimated profits of the top 10 U.S. airlines will be down $200 million to $300 million because of Irene. Aug 30, 2011

Airlines' cautious approach to storm was appropriate Columnist Brett Snyder says airlines reacted appropriately in canceling flights and moving airplanes before Hurricane Irene. "It's better to cancel flights over the weekend than to have airplanes out of service for weeks," Snyder writes. Aug 30, 2011

Aeromexico Aeromexico will increase twice-weekly Brownsville-Monterrey service to thrice-weekly Sept. 21. Aug 31, 2011

Copa Airlines Copa Airlines inked a codeshare agreement with Tame Ecuador. It will initially include Quito-Panama and Guayaquil-Panama service and will later expand to include flights in Ecuador as well as to the entire Latin American region. Sep 2, 2011

Miami International Airport Authorities arrest man with snakes, tortoises concealed in his pants. A traveler who attempted to pass through airport security with bags filled with exotic snakes and tortoises hidden in his pants was arrested at Miami...

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