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Those who fly on jet airplanes frequently face higher exposure to cosmic radiation.
A diet expert ranks the food from first to worst.
As apology for slowing down older iPhones, Apple reduces battery replacement fee from $79 to $29. If your iPhone is 2+ years old and you use it a lot, maybe a good idea.
The woman rode her motorized wheelchair onto an escalator at Portland International Airport and subsequently died.
What could possibly go wrong?
The evacuation supposedly only lasted five minutes in the 11-degree (F) weather but passengers had to go through TSA security again.
Traveling by plane has become an everyday activity – but our bodies and brains are still affected by it.
The stabbing occurred in a parking lot after the Russian domestic flight from Moscow landed in Kaliningrad.
Multiple sources pinpoint January as the ideal time to book trips at an affordable price.
Washington state transportation officials won’t restart passenger service along the rail line where an Amtrak train derailed until advanced safety systems are in place.
The sad demise of Simon the Giant Rabbit while flying on United Airlines is just one of the year's travel nightmares.
The passenger protested that he touched the woman “politely” on her back — not her buttocks — to get her attention and order a drink.
Forget about bedbugs or mysterious stains — some of the practices at a trio of Chinese hotels in Harbin are far more disturbing.
It seems airports are going to the dogs.
The cougar appeared to have a Utah State Fish and Game tag, but the TSA allegedly "held the man at the airport" even though the TSA has no powers of arrest.
The A380 could quickly follow the 747 into aircraft heaven.
United Airlines has apologized and given a $500 travel voucher to the passenger.
A passenger told his seatmate to turn off his cellphone as instructed by crew and the argument escalated.
The airlines have degraded the flying experience in the U.S. to the point that more and more people simply hate flying.
The Chief News Editor of the South China Morning Post shares a tale of woe.
The pilots of Flight 1943 from Detroit to Atlanta saw a small bird in the flight deck and returned to Detroit to “avoid a potential distraction” during the flight.
The family says they were told the next flight they could get on would be two days, and claim Southwest has neither apologized nor offered compensation for the false allegation.
Some interesting new travel trends are emerging.
Always amazes me how once-valuable aircraft (of all kinds) go from very expensive to scrap.
Alas, if airlines only put so much effort into real customer service.
Two passengers in first class gave them their blankets, but a flight attendant in coach, where the players were sitting, accused them of stealing the blankets,
JetBlue Flight 50 from Savannah, Ga., briefly skidded shortly after landing Christmas night.
They have to be seen to be believed, and there's no better time than in January.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee said in part that "the way the individual continued to act appeared to be, upon reflection, because I was an African American woman, seemingly an easy target."
Ride along as Air Canada takes a 787 Dreamliner out of normal operation to be an actual runway model for its new corporate rebrand during a complex two-day photo shoot.