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Will affect broadcast not cable tv. May take a long time to roll out.
But will they enforce any of it? Probably not.
Coping strategies from some of the world’s most frequent travelers.
Good article - since retiring the 757 Boeing has suffered a gap in its airplane lineup that Airbus is gleefully exploiting. What will Boeing do and when?
Americans realize it's not that easy once you get there.
Theme of campaign with fake pix? "Real is Beautiful". But apparently fake is beautifuller......
Dressed in street clothes, she talked to passengers about her divorce and the presidential election, among other topics.
The order's for 20 Boeing 777-9s and 19 787-10 “Dreamliners." The 777 seating capacity is about the same as the soon-to-be retired 747s.
United Airlines "won" this survey.
An electric sportscar to be built by a Canadian company is the latest Tesla rival with $5 million of a $20 million target already crowdfunded.
Smart move or another folly by UAL?
Don't get too existed. The 'test' is of a prototype miniature in a wind tunnel. Nothing to see here, folks. Alas.
If you travel even a bit, these programs make life much easier.
Never mind we've yet to see a real flying car. Standby for a flying motorbike. Maybe.
The 11th release of the program that killed Microsoft's "Flight Simulator".
Fifty people complained about breathing problems and burning eyes Sunday, but the airport has subsequently been re-opened after an evacuation.
The woman landed at DFW from Vietnam with 22 pounds of various body parts from chickens, pigs, and cows.
Wouldn't walling in visitors make it easier for a terrorist to shoot them? No place to run.
Passengers trying the service won’t have to pull out their ticket or passport at the gate, after they have registered.
The Australian brain surgeon's pinky finger was jammed in a plane's fold-out tray table.
The Fijian hospital sounds more like a doss house. Not quite the tropical paradise.
It will be very interesting to see how the service-poor and whining US carriers respond.
And the race to the bottom in the US airline industry continues!
And it's your fault. You all have your own devices now.
Short answer, even if you're a US citizen, basically none.
Those were the days.
Good on her!
Seems pretty common sense for a country to track who's there.
If you seem nervous, or if you seem unusually calm. If you're sweating (even on a hot day). These 'clues' might cause the TSA to suspect you're a terrorist. The TSA is unable to justify its program, which has been both costly and utterly a failure.
You'll never guess the route with the most first class seats available. Plus many more pieces of travel trivia.