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Travelers work more hours and suffer unreimbursed expenses. But you know this already, right?
The possible government shutdown would freeze the FAA's already glacially slow moves, or so it says.
More than just the tickets and probably not if the model is Ryanair.
200 pallets, each with €100 million in €100 notes lies unclaimed at Sheremetyevo airport since 2007. No recipient named on shipment.
Controversial plans to dredge and widen harbor channel has passions running high with some local residents.
Automated passport system is said to reduce missed connections by 69 percent at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, only US airport where system has been tested.
And you thought Stephen Elop's golden parachute was a whopper!
New app launched to take advantage of Apple's new iOS7; company says 10,000 travelers are downloading it every six hours.
Good job the camcorder was in an overhead, not in checked luggage.
A wonderful experience for all who appreciate the finer things in life, in one of the world's finest destinations.
A list of 100 hotels, all around the world, scoring best in eight different categories
Not content with merely calling it First Class, JetBlue says its new trans-con cabin will be called 'Mint'.
British pilots group releases report on the problem as European Parliament votes on new rules.
We know DL likes to buy old cheap planes rather than new state-of-the-art ones. But how to understand its choice of the unloved MS Surface and its rejection of the iPad?
Issued Sept 27, 2013 as a result of recent attack at Nairobi shopping mall.
US national parks, monuments and wildlife refuges would be the first to close, according to this article.
A thoughtful piece that explains why the true number of phones sold might be closer to 5.5 million.
$4.6 billion project for airport to grow to 62 million pax/yr by 2017.
Now will 'shift the focus on more of a lifestyle lens and the growing digital business' - whatever that means!
Priced at only $25, but outperforming some headsets costing $100 more make this a good choice of Bluetooth headset.
A great read. Lots of finger-pointing, no heroes, only villains.
UK pilots' lobbying wins the day as MEPs reject new flying time rules.
A LOT 787 with a faulty antenna had to land in Reykjavik for repairs.
New route expected to take about four hours, once it debuts in December 2016.
An extended removal from service due to ongoing unreliability issues.
Goal is to tweet alerts as soon as travel warnings are published.
Report points to inadequate planning and poor record keeping.
A 'global' terror alert is meaningless and totally unhelpful. It serves only as a backside covering move by State Dept officials. Should we all now fearfully stay at home?
Will it be as simple as it looks? Access to the real-time system via text to guest's smart phone may be the key.
Samsung itself concedes the device is lacking. Only 'wow' factor is the price - $300.