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This is why being required to check laptops is a dangerous idea.
Though not the most gracious of ways to put it, most people buy on price, not leg room offered.
Sometimes you get what you paid for, with very bad consequences.
In my experience, this is enforced more in the breach, than the observance.
What a wonderful idea.
Bigger question. Why was someone who had just been arrested for attempting to enter the air field ever allowed go board a flight? Is there no common sense anymore?
Message to the other airlines (and yes UAL, I'm talking to you): Quit being a$$holes.
Freddie Laker tried this years ago; will the new efforts succeed?
Some warn an “overboard” risk assessment by the Trump administration risks a business community uproar.
EU says no, US says yes. Who will win? Not passengers, that's for sure.
BA is still struggling to recover from its IT meltdown, with a huge backlog of delayed pax, but says will not reimburse them if they fly any other airline.
EU rules on delayed flights will be triggered by the IT meltdown.
It's not only US carries that commit unpardonable errors and then refuse to apologize. Shame on Icelandic!
Not sure I believe this, but interesting none the less.
As bad as flying can be, the view from the cockpit can be stunningly beautiful.
This bad boy is as wide as a 737 fuselage.It is planned for the 777X.
The page also has some great videos including one on the test mule for the 737MAX.
Is the proposed ban based on evidence or just more security theatre?
Short version: you have very few.
One can hope (but I expect to be disappointed) that the costs of the laptop ban will be weighed before a decision to ban them on all trans-atlantic flights is made.
Visitors to the US may be required to disclose their passwords for social media accounts.
Photo-op sees BA CEO wearing a hi-viz vest, but inside, to show his dynamic take-charge approach. Unexplained = why you wear a hi-viz vest, inside, to fix a computer problem.
This time it is proposed for all international flight, in and out of the country. Broadest proposal yet.
And I'm sure the crew didn't want to do anything because of political correctness.
Good service = loyal customers. What a concept!
Another entrant in the race to build a super-sonic business jet.
Pretty funny side gig.
With the exception of JetBlue and Southwest, all of the other US carrier's programs pretty much suck.
Leisure travelers forget that it's the business-class fares that allow them to have cheap seats in the back of the plane. No business travelers, higher fares.
AmaWaterways is redefining river cruising. Question: does it need redefining?