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This will greatly assist the task of working out what happened, how and why.
The airline defends its practices against a barrage of Twitter complaints.
They say bad luck comes in threes.... Let's hope not!
The United Airlines 777 aborted its transatlantic journey and diverted to London because the flight crew apparently wasn’t satisfied with the de-icing effort it received in Brussels.
As we said, this was going to end badly.
The lovely old 747 landed safely with one of its four main sets of landing gear not deployed. Not sure if they still make planes this good!
162 passengers on board. Expect the worst.
The Pantheon looks pretty good for a 1900 year old building, especially considering that it is the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. Now we know it's secret.
Airline employees can make a difference.
The New York-based airline is offering to fly two police officers from each department on its route around the country to New York for the funerals of two NYPD officers killed last weekend.
What went wrong? A True Detective story is just beginning as the wreckage is raised.
A strategy of "calculated misery" leads to increased profits as customers buy themselves out of degraded "basic service."
Website revealed 'hidden city' ticketing - a well known loophole created by the airlines themselves.
It's still a lot safer than driving.
Is progress amazing?
Some offer a few extra inches of legroom for a few extra bucks, others add a wider seat and more, but you pay for it. It's still a lot cheaper than business class.
A surprisingly good list of less crowded places close to the better known ones.
Opposition is growing to Marriott's scheme to block guests' wi-fi hotspots in their hotel rooms.
A passenger was tossed off an American Airlines plane at La Guardia Airport on Tuesday after flipping out — because airline workers wished him a merry Christmas.
Confusion abounds but United should change its uniforms to brown shirts.
It's almost as if airlines didn't employ public relations experts.
The religious practices of Ultra-Orthodox Jews collide with women's complaints of discrimination after a Delta flight from New York to Tel Aviv was delayed due to seating complaints.
Helpful article about next steps to follow.
Some people block the moving sidewalks, but the list includes a number of other annoying behaviors.
The writer reports about safety, having some otherwise crowded sites to herself, crazy traffic and adds hints of what to do.
It is now night around Indonesia so search and rescue paused.
Does the A380 have a future, or will smaller, more fuel-efficient planes doom it to the same apparent fate as the 747?
Highclere Castle, the posh British mansion that doubles as Downton in the long-running UK television series, is opening up rooms to paying guests.
The examples, reported from the U.K., range from amusing to cringe-worthy.
Leaked documents allegedly advising CIA agents how to "survive secondary screening" contain information useful to the ordinary traveler.