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Middle Eastern airlines have special rules for transporting falcons, which have their own passports to crack down on smuggling.
The 31 pounds of "nose candy" was discovered on a plane just flown from Bogota, Colombia to Miami.
NASA worries about cosmic rays. But the real worry? If they are harmful to us, what do they do to the pilots!?
If you like odd or bizarre tourist sites, here's one to add to your list!
You may want to reconsider travel to Brazil.
The big lie - this is to compete with low cost carriers. It is nothing to do with that and all to do with gouging us passengers in yet another part of our flight experience.
Nice to see someone attacking the trans-Atlantic cartel!
Two middle class middle aged women were booted off an Allegiant flight - their grief about their dying father apparently made them a threat.
Let's put this in the 'We'll believe it when we see it' category.
Given my experience with NYC taxis, can't say I'm sad to see the decline.
Way too funny. :)
Some great ideas and potential economies here.
People now spend more on Uber than taxis in the US.
Business travelers are getting screwed by both the airlines and their employers.
With all due respect, what expertise, does my fair city, Denver, have in managing an airport?
Well, the answer, in general, is an emphatic yes. This interesting article focuses on one particular gap in their product range.
Nothing like a business model embracing a race to the bottom rather than customer service!
Quite a scene apparently ensued at the Paris airport when the passenger attempted to board with two Maltese puppies and her husband.
37 killed, mainly people in village the plane crashed into.
At least it's being scrapped in a safe manner rather than being sent to Bangladesh.
'Holds twice as much power'. Twice as much as what? At what cost? And when will it go into production?
Good news for pax on Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, Spirit, Aruba, and 7 other airlines.
AA says we no longer want seatback video.
Takes the concept of 'picture windows' to the ultimate.
Working out how to operate a Japanese toilet can be difficult. Now it might get a little simpler.
About 10% of the flight attendants the union represents have reported adverse reactions since wearing new uniforms.
After admitting they'd been looking in the wrong place, search authorities ended the search entirely rather than focus further searching in the right place.
It beggars belief that Uber would only deploy driverless cars at peak times. If the company is investing in expensive automated cars, which also give it more profit than a regular driver-type vehicle, why not use them 24/7?
The specialty seating will come at no additional cost to passengers and will only be offered on domestic flights for now.
There's a reason, and it's obvious if you think about it.