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Some are more honest reasons, others are clearly dishonest excuses.
You might be very surprised at the quickest way to fill an airplane's seats.
Does that mean you don't need to tip the driver?
Malaysian officials played an audio recording of the last known words from the flight deck of the missing Malaysian plane.
Although they say only a few phones affected, I had a one hour wait due to the rush of people at their store on Sunday all lined up to get their phones fixed.
More benefits of Pre-Check.
The little-known story of creating the air-traffic-control system we use today.
American Airlines and Marriott took home the coveted "Program of the Year/Americas" awards.
The culprit proved to be a drunk Australian trying to break into the cockpit.
Sixty-eight percent of those polled felt the program makes it easier for potential threats to go undetected.
Translation : Australia is abandoning the search for surface wreckage, and has no real idea where to search underwater for the black boxes.
Short term sale, suggest you rush to buy. Limit one per customer.
The Bin Laden lookalike bar owner decided to capitalize on the similarity after being reported to police as a sighting of the missing terrorist.
Did you know you can see a captured German submarine in Chicago?
Apparently pilots should lie when their plane encounters serious problems. Both the airline and their passengers prefer lies.
An alternative when your tired of Colorado or Switzerland.
Airfares are sky high, but there are good deals on places to stay.
An interesting explanation and listing of Wi-Fi services, options, and costs.
A short guide to what Global Entry and Pre-Check can do for you.
Some of these pilot projects might catch on, and some might not.
Some sensible advice and good analysis in this article.
And now the discovering company has gone public, they say it is not a credible claim. Well, at least to date, it is no less credible than all the other failed sightings.
Becomes the second US airline to charge for carry-on bags.
Leaders of the search for MH370 have dismissed a company's claim that it may have found the wreckage of the missing plane.
Interesting, but nothing about when - if ever - the planes might enter passenger service.
Bravo, the Hyatt Regency in Hong Kong.
And you think you have no knee room now?
Caribbean destinations lead the list.
Delta, American, and Southwest all post good financial results for the first quarter of 2014, while United languishes in red ink.
A father has posted a video to YouTube allegedly showing TSA employees administering full-body "pat-down" searches to his two- and six-year-old children.