AIRPORT DELAYS

Chengdu, Sichuan () 1 hr 21 min1 hr 21 min
Beijing () 1 hr 1 hr
Teterboro, NJ () 53 min53 min
Shenzhen, Guangdong () 53 min53 min
Newark, NJ () 51 min51 min
Xi'an, Shaanxi () 44 min44 min
Kunming, Yunnan () 43 min43 min
Tel Aviv () 38 min38 min
Shanghai () 37 min37 min
Lucknow () 35 min35 min
Guangzhou, Guangdong () 31 min31 min
Lisbon () 30 min30 min
Washington, DC ()
Scattered clouds
Calm winds
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Atlanta, GA ()
Scattered clouds
Calm winds
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Chicago, IL ()
Overcast skies
Light winds
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Los Angeles, CA ()
Scattered clouds
Calm winds
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Dallas-Fort Worth, TX ()
Clear skies
Light winds
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IT'S WAR: United Airlines President Slams Frontier After $39 Ticket Announcement and Vows 'United Will Win'
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Boeing 787 Payback Gap Widens
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Airbus Takes on Stratasys 3D Printing for Serial Part Production
At last month’s Paris Air Show, Stratasys made an important announcement indicating that 3Dprinting polymers were just about ready for prime time. With the release of a new con (More)
World War II pilot's remains found in tree, return for burial 72 years later
The 21-year-old Gray was on a dive-bombing mission on April 16, 1945, when his single-seat P-47D aircraft clipped a tree and crashed in Lindau. (More)