Delta, Virgin Atlantic start code-sharing
Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic will market each other's flights, now that Delta has a 49 percent ownership stake in the British airline.
Starting Wednesday, the two airlines will jointly market flights on 108 routes through a process known as code-sharing. Fliers can earn and redeem miles on each carrier. Each airline will honor the elite status and lounge privileges of the other's frequent fliers.
Champagne, caviar coming to LAX
A newly renovated terminal at Los Angeles International Airport could make it tough to remember there's a plane to catch.
When it opens in August, the Great Hall at the Tom Bradley International Terminal will highlight the excesses of Los Angeles, with luxe duty-free boutiques such as Hermes and Gucci and a Parisian bar offering sparkling wine and caviar that passengers can carry onto a plane.
The terminal is part of a $4.1 billion upgrade at the airport.
Atlantic City's bid for Miss America tourism
With the Miss America pageant returning this September, Atlantic City, N.J., is trying to make it a year-round draw rather than a two-week attraction.
Plans include a walking tour of pageant history; replicas of Miss America crowns and gowns; and a video booth to record pageant memories.
-- Associated Press