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An interesting experiment to say the least.
As passenger expectations rise and many seat-back screens vanish, carriers up their game—and your bandwidth.
United Airlines recently shot down a traveler’s request to bring her emotional support peacock on a flight departing Newark Liberty International Airport.
Even ships that pass inspections can have serious violations.
Jen Selter — who boasts social media’s most famous posterior — got her booty bounced off a plane from Miami to New York over the weekend after an argument with a flight attendant.
An argument over her stick deodorant was apparently the last straw in a confrontation that clearly has two sides.
A British dermatologist recommends sunscreen because plane windows, while small, are admitting sunshine closer to the ozone layer by tens of thousands of feet.
The once-majestic ship is rusting away — and in major disrepair — in a Philadelphia shipyard.
After a rough start, Boeing appears to have gained its groove for the 787 series.
Just for subsonic planes though. The article doesn't mention how the jet stream can slow the east-to-west flights too.
Yellow fever is possible outside of the city.
In a two-minute video clip uploaded to YouTube, the "LockPickingLawyer" shows just how easy it would be for a thief to get into a Saflok safe.
Cambodian officials and police have been cracking down on westerners for acts they claim are disrespectful to the country’s sacred spaces and practices.
Gross. And note that the Canadian health-care system didn't think this was worth treating with medicine.
One must admire her persistance!
Check out the new Bubbletent Australia retreat in New South Wales' Capertee Valley.
A stunning but very deserved loss to Boeing in its far-fetched claim against Bombardier. Bravo.
Now if we could only have fully automated cockpits.
One can only say Amen and it's about time!
A step in the right direction to empower customer-facing employees. Let's see if it works or spreads to other carriers.
There's got to be a joke here somewhere.
Another distressing tale revealing why ride services like Uber and Lyft have become popular alternatives to taxis.
What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, but that doesn’t go for the flight back to Minneapolis.
A Canadian couple who visited the Dominican Republic is warning about the risks of walking barefoot in the sand after coming home with parasites.
The woman, on her way from Colorado to visit her dying mother one last time in Minnesota, was removed from the plane over a ticketing issue.
Will that make it truly the "happiest place on earth?"
"Don't offer an explanation, but remember to smile."
If you don't succeed at first, try, try again. But seriously, this shows how useless TSA procedures are.
One would have to bet that Airbus has a zero or worse profit margin on this deal.
More fun facts for plane nerds.