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June 09, 2014

Monday Midday Must-Reads

-A Southwest Airlines plane, being pushed back from its gate, struck a JetBlue aircraft at Boston's Logan airport on Monday morning. The Southwest plane had a damaged left winglet which hit the right horizontal stabilizer of the JetBlue plane. No injuries were reported in the incident, the Boston Globe says.

-Do you check Kayak, Expedia or Orbtiz when looking for an airline ticket but then purchase the ticket on the airline's website? According to this USA Today article, you are not alone. Almost half of those surveyed said they search for tickets on online travel websites but 59 percent said they purchase tickets directly from airlines.

-Once again, searchers looking for lost Malaysia Airlines flight 370 are reassessing what part of the ocean the plane may have gone done in. The Wall Street Journal reports that analysts are looking again at speed, flight path and altitude of the Boeing 777 to determine where underwater searches should continue.

-Andrea Ahles


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Try looking in Pakistan.

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