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$42 for a bottle of water, and $50 fee if you put your own items in the mini-bar fridge.....
Found close to Madagascar - a very long way from search areas.
Iran = okay. Iraq, not so much.
Not a bad list, all in all.
Get ready for the rush of travel to Cuba.
Airlines have whacked schedules to smaller cities, especially in the Midwest and South.
Air travelers can no longer claim they are being treated like cattle because the cattle get better treatment than humans!
In 2014, airlines in the United States billed more than three billion dollars in “change fees”—fees charged to customers who cancelled or changed itineraries.
This is very interesting, particularly the airlines' own objections. Monopolies are good when they are the airlines themselves but bad when deployed against them, it seems. Interesting history of CRS/GDS evolution in the complaint.
Competition between Alaska and Delta is boosting passenger numbers. 8% growth last year, 13% so far this year. How about some competition at other airports, too.
Not exactly new news, but an inconvenient truth we all prefer to forget.
It is hard to pick a favorite. They all look so different than from a car.
Many issues, often obfuscated, behind this announcement. Main problem though is ridiculous new requirements for pilot training.
Isn't humourless French Border Police redundant?
This is a proposal that, ahem, won't ever fly.
Boeing admitted it had “more work to do” on bringing down production costs for its 787 Dreamliner after stubbornly high losses per aircraft overshadowed better than expected second-quarter earnings.
Will Airbus update its plane that some consider a white elephant?
With some justification....
The experience of commercial flying may suck, but flight itself is quite magical.
Three groups accuse the TSA of using the devices, dubbed "Nude-o-Scopes" by some travelers, without the required regulations.
Parts of a suitcase also found on Reunion Island, and wing fragment tentatively confirmed as from a 777.
Lumps and bumps and problems at new $450 million terminal.
Maybe they should switch to unobtanium.
Short read: so much for the much-touted German efficiency.
First planes, now cars. The downside of 'intelligent' cars.
Many incidents aren’t logged, increasing risk as the Asian aviation market booms.
Pending pilot shortage another reason to hasten airplane automation.
Not sure we agree - what's wrong with adding beetroot and fried eggs to a burger?
Iran needs about 400 passenger planes to renovate its fleets, which would cost $20 billion.