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The world's second largest airline finds itself facing negative publicity yet again.
Beats working for a living!
An Air India Airbus A320 was taken out of service to be fumigated when stowaway rats were spotted aboard after it landed in Leh, a district in the Himalayas in northern India.
American chains dominate in the list of worst chains, foreign chains dominate the list of bests. Why?
Is he hungry? Is he inviting you to lunch? Guess again.
Amazing photos of the construction and the 1937 opening.
Based on the lack of results so far, the criticisms would seem to be worthy of consideration.
A shower of poo landed on this outdoor birthday party.
Can you parlay a hotel room reservation into thousands of frequent-flier miles?
Sadly, both futuristic and fanciful. The 'life saving percentage' statistic is wrong - it applies only to the small number of cases that can be resolved by an AED and nothing else.
Airline carry-on limits are being actively enforced.
Pigeon may have been carrying message for Pakistani spy.
The pilot reportedly had to swerve upward over Brooklyn's Prospect Park in order to avoid the drone as the plane neared La Guardia Airport.
The airline stated the phenomenon was simply caused by the conditioning system circulating water vapor into the cabin from outside, rather than pollution or mechanical problems.
Will airlines install school bus-style video cameras to overcome the he-said she-said problems that occur?
From feeding wild animals to defacing monuments, photos and videos confirm again there are idiots traveling among us.
The passenger had tried to attach a camera to the TAM Airlines Airbus A320, but the airline said the plane took off on time because the internal pane is not essential.
After 13,000 foot drop, power was restored and the rest of the flight proceeded safely.
Airbus A380s create flying hurricanes that keep smaller planes at bay.
Ever wonder what it's like being a passenger on a working cargo ship?
Gullible fools believe this to be an ancient tradition. It is a modern meaningless nonsense perpetrated by venal padlock sellers.
A dispute over whose turn it was to use the waffle-maker at an America's Best Value Inn in Michigan escalated.
His alert seatmate noticed him writing the note and the plane's crew was alerted before takeoff.
The brand contained in the checked baggage is not mentioned.
While the Maltese authorities didn't deport the stranded Gambian-born Swede, they are providing him with free accommodation in jail while he awaits trial.
While the story does not support the "reroutes flight" headline, Southwest employes appear to have acted with efficiency and kindness in assisting a passenger who had received bad news about her son.
Airlines are dropping premium fares to entice shoppers to buy more first-class tickets
TSA effectiveness, may not be as bad as we think it is; it might even be much worse!
Though the US ban on pure tourism travel remains, enforcement is scant to nonexistent.
An odd but scientifically proven way to improve learning.