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A330neo jetliner, although cheaper, lacks the range of Boeing’s 787-9 Dreamliner
Probably a good bucket list addition.
Let us not forget that the 9/11 hijackings were not caused by inadequate screening, but by the 'go-along-with-it' hijacking protocol. Let's rethink this entire process and get ride of security theatre.
Aggrieved pax complain the new super-ship sailed before it was properly finished. Many parts still closed off or unfinished, and overflowing urinals.
Mostly sheer incompetence.
Still far from everywhere, but a bit less isolated now.
More blather from the top trying to justify the unjustifiable incompetence at TSA.
Details are - surprise, surprise - a bit obscured, but it seems the two 767 pilots had a good snooze for almost an hour.
We still know less than some commentators imply.
Perhaps we should start replacing the sobriquet "limousine liberal" with "Learjet liberal" although Leo is pictured getting off a Gulfstream.
Some secondary cities will get direct ties to U.S.; a growing business-travel market
Wonder if this is must more security theatre?
Record orders for its planes are dogged by components problems and yo-yoing fuel prices.
Need a heavy-iron jet? Now's a good time to buy.
As my mother taught me, you get what you pay for.
A pretty good guide on using a smartphone abroad. Personally, I still think T-Mobile has the best, cheapest and easiest plan.
U.S. and international airlines make fewer free, reserved seats available; only elites see some openings. The comments make religion and Trump v. Clinton discussions seem civil.
It's a start. Maybe more heads will roll.
The public surely have a right to know why the GM of the largest airport in the US was summarily dismissed.
If you're green, not an option.
Good primer how European budget airlines can charge low fares and still make a hefty profit.
Short answer? No-one knows. But with 4 deaths/year and thousands of injuries, more dangerous than you think!
This just gets worse and worse.
Why can't we all just get along?
My word! Using brains instead of bureaucracy to improve screening.
Those 70,000 pax who missed flights due to screening delays were on AA alone. How many more missed flights on other airlines, too? Utterly unacceptable.
Plane maker had to work round-the-clock the past two Decembers to meet yearly jet-delivery targets.
Formerly an A320 customer; Boeing's 737MAX planes need all the sales they can get.
As a million-mile United flyer, I say bring the competition back to US carriers. Grant the frickin approval DOT!
If you like airshows, and have never been to one of the world's strangest places, now's your chance!