As bad as flying can be, the view from the cockpit can be stunningly beautiful.
Another entrant in the race to build a super-sonic business jet.
Bigger question. Why was someone who had just been arrested for attempting to enter the air field ever allowed go board a flight? Is there no common sense anymore?
This bad boy is as wide as a 737 fuselage.It is planned for the 777X.
The page also has some great videos including one on the test mule for the 737MAX.
Message to the other airlines (and yes UAL, I'm talking to you): Quit being a$$holes.
Is the proposed ban based on evidence or just more security theatre?
With the exception of JetBlue and Southwest, all of the other US carrier's programs pretty much suck.
Freddie Laker tried this years ago; will the new efforts succeed?
Short version: you have very few.
Leisure travelers forget that it's the business-class fares that allow them to have cheap seats in the back of the plane. No business travelers, higher fares.
Some warn an “overboard” risk assessment by the Trump administration risks a business community uproar.
One can hope (but I expect to be disappointed) that the costs of the laptop ban will be weighed before a decision to ban them on all trans-atlantic flights is made.
First they unloaded everyone else off the flight so no-one would witness whatever they did to remove the protesting family. Airport police say they see no wrongdoing on part of family.
No, United wasn't hacked, just incompetently released the information itself!
Several airlines offer ‘free’ stopovers, and a host of other perks, if you swing by their home towns for a few days.
AmaWaterways is redefining river cruising. Question: does it need redefining?
He did something stupid. 33 people died. But is 16 years a fair sentence?
A photo tour of Oceania Cruises' Marina.
East Japan Railway’s new luxury sleeper train providing a cruise experience with a modern Japanese twist.
Starting a new era for the Panama Canal, Disney Cruise Line's 83,308-ton Disney Wonder passed through the 10-month-old locks.
The legislation would amend the Death on High Seas Act, an antiquated law that maritime attorneys say enables cruise lines to avoid accountability for deaths caused by negligence.
Yes, some people really do.
The human drivers need to intervene more than once every mile. Looks like self driving (Uber) cars have a way to go.
Cell phone - and possibly car - batteries that can recharge in 5 minutes. Sounds wonderful, but as always, vague about when it will be in production.
A new website, ‘Why everyone hates Uber’, argues that the company uses controversial tactics to bulldoze its way to domination – one city at a time
Usually Calif is hyper-sensitive to anything dangerous/harmful, but this time they've tried to prevent the release of this report.
"I'm on a plane...I said I'm on a plane."
Will affect broadcast not cable tv. May take a long time to roll out.
Passengers trying the service won’t have to pull out their ticket or passport at the gate, after they have registered.
'Holds twice as much power'. Twice as much as what? At what cost? And when will it go into production?
The Avatar kiosk has a face on the screen that asks questions of travelers and can detect changes in physiology and behavior during the interview.
Here are four of the best.
Europe decided not to shoot itself in the foot by making Americans' travel to Europe more difficult.
It might help if you bring your own pajamas and pillow along.
An unhappy fact is that definitions of what factors constitute "happiness" vary.
But a nice problem to have.
Costing $100,000, but definitely a bucket list activity that some will rush to experience.
Get your mind out of the gutter.
They include a decommissioned lighthouse, a windmill, an Art Deco extravaganza, and an Elizabethan fortress.
Photos of 20 castles where you can spend the night.
Luxury Austrian hotel had to pay the anonymous hacker before he re-enabled the room door locks and key cards.
The Federal Trade Commission has released a report on resort fees breaking down how hotels-- which do not include the fees in the price of the rooms-- are wasting the time and effort of travelers.
The world's "10 most luxurious airport lodgings."
The Milan suite boasts 10,764 square feet of luxury living space and, if you have to ask the price, you definitely can't afford it.
Pretty funny side gig.
The bright red cubicle features 300 prayers from various religions in 65 different languages.
Another victory for recycling.
All that's needed is Don Draper aboard!
This "important" survey reveals also that this compares with about 8 percent who are members of the "Mile High Club."
America’s Dairyland’ requires a stamp of approval to sell butter, freezing out artisanal and foreign creameries. It’s led gourmands to cross state lines and producers to churn out lawsuits.
An Arizona woman tried to smuggle nearly three pounds of heroin into the United States by hiding the drugs inside the back of her pants.
The TSA stated in response that "random and unpredictable screening measures may be used."
Strong intelligence pointing to an "imminent threat" drove the decision in March to ban large electronics in carry-on baggage on flights into the U.S., according to a senior House Republican.
This occurred after he was refused entry to Canada from the US because of his expiring US visa.
Would a real terrorist admit to being engaged in "terrorist activities, espionage, sabotage, or genocide?”
U.S. citizens are protected by the Constitution when crossing the border, but with a lot of caveats.
Those were the days.
The order permits parks to recognize donors with labels on certain items but prevents corporations and other sponsors from actually renaming parks.
So this article claims, with some statistical evidence.
This article covers the strategies and tricks currently being used by canny travelers.
In Kenya, an elephant recently trampled an Italian tourist to death as he photographed the beast at a watering point.
Her orders were to bring down United Flight 93, perhaps piloted by her own father, without ammunition.
The FAA is hiring.
One photo reveals that United Airlines flight attendants in 1939 appear both younger and happier than the current crew.
Airlines are cutting fares to combat terrorism and zika fears.
Price tracking in time for the holidays.
Pretty pedestrian advice.
Figuring out which card will deliver the best payoff for your personal spending patterns can feel like a calculus test.
If all you want is cheap, Spirit will give you cheap.