Updated August 28 at 12:41am
Transportation
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In recent months two international airline carriers have announced plans to come to Warwick’s T.F. Green Airport. Together they’ll provide a marginal but much-needed boost to annual passenger traffic at Rhode Island’s flagship airport. more
Development teams are hard at work on a new, under-the-wraps Cessna jet as parent Textron Inc. bets the U.S. luxury aviation market is finally emerging from a recession-era collapse. more
(Updated 4:07 p.m.) Gov. Gina M. Raimondo is proposing to introduce highway tolls for large commercial vehicles to finance repairs and improvements to the state’s bridges and transportation system. more
(Updated 10:49 a.m.) United Airlines is resuming flights after a computer fault halted all U.S. departures for about two hours, disrupting travel for thousands of passengers in the second such setback since early June. more
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority said it is joining other public transportation systems across the nation to participate in the 10th annual “National Dump the Pump Day” on June 18. more
Cape Air has been named one of “America’s Best Airlines” in Condé Nast Traveler’s readers’ choice awards. more
Service industries such as real-estate firms and restaurants unexpectedly grew at a faster pace in April as the biggest part of the U.S. economy picked up after a weak start to the year. more
Gasoline prices are creeping up in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, according to AAA Northeast. more
Rhode Island earned a grade of D+ for manufacturing industry health on the latest manufacturing and logistics state report card, a slight improvement over last year’s grade of D. more
Nearly 42 million Americans – including 2.1 million from New England – are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home during the Independence Day holiday travel period from July 1 to 5, the most since 2007, according to AAA. more
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