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Aggrieved hotel guests share photos of their less-than-pleasing vistas.
Will be pretty amazing to see a commercial airliner with its wings folded up.
Or as he calls it, "Pocket money."
Punch-up on flight from Dubai to Amsterdam triggered by man passing gas.
Wrap your head around that number. If you were to fly a different 737 each day, it would take you over 27 years to have flown on each aircraft that's been produced.
I live in Denver, know that the airport's big, but didn't realize the scale of it.
Yes, a bit scary, but the plane was half an hour from its destination and all systems and people did what they were programmed and trained to do.
The video shows it clearly, and Kew Gardens is under a busy flight path into Heathrow.
The TSA fights back.
The incident occurred before the redeye flight had taken off from LAX for JFK.
Prostitution is legal in the Netherlands but not on the streets, which is why prostitutes in Amsterdam stand behind the windows to attract business.
The dog’s teeth "scraped the child’s forehead," who received first aid and presumably emotional support.
Besides fashion, the French are oh so good at strikes.
I always wondered why Emirates' flight attendants looked like clones. Now I know.
This makes painting a bedroom look harder!
It's never fun to be a supplier to an elephant.
A bit alarmist, but still good to think about your plans B and C.
The group, now facing prosecution, admitted setting off flares by luxury yachts moored in Palma and throwing confetti over terrified diners at nearby restaurants.
A Spirit spokesman admitted the airline mistakenly told her that "Pebbles" was allowed, but denied that a Spirit employee recommended the option of disposing of her pet in an airport restroom.
Certainly distinctive, maybe beautiful. A nice photo-essay.
Tourists leaving Las Vegas can now dispose of their leftover, legally-purchased marijuana at specially designated bins outside the McCarran International Airport.
The girl's father alleges that BA left them to fend for themselves at Heathrow Airport.
(Free log in required to read) Kind of funny that an airplane starts its life via a train. Fun fact from the article: Boeing almost abandoned or sold the 737 series because of its slow sales start.
On the odd chance you may be headed that way.
The Air Force says it sees a mission for the 1950s-era bomber (also known as BUFF (think about it)) until 2050. How can that be?
Same business model as a movie theatre. Don't make any money on the ticket, nail you on the popcorn. Ticket about covers costs, all the nickel-and-dime charges is where the profit is now.
When only the very best will do.
The company that manages France's most-visited monument said the 19th-century Eiffel Tower will be closed all day February 9 and 10 "to ensure the security of visitors".
Alarmingly, the 62-year-old admitted piloting flights under the influence for “at least a substantial portion” of the 20 years he worked for Alaska Airlines.