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Pretty funny side gig.
All that's needed is Don Draper aboard!
Air New Zealand has opened it temporarily to show off the quality of its in-flight food.
To limit people to 2 ft of toilet paper every 9 minutes.
A passenger on a previous flight had reported leaving the pet snake behind by mistake.
Astonishing how slow everyone is to react.
Among the documents in the recent Wikileaks release is a comment showing a clear preference for Lufthansa over United on flights to Frankfurt.
A California beach-front hotel is offering a free room upgrade to anyone flying into Los Angeles International Airport in a middle seat.
Good on her!
Way too funny. :)
The bright red cubicle features 300 prayers from various religions in 65 different languages.
This "important" survey reveals also that this compares with about 8 percent who are members of the "Mile High Club."
Fun facts about national borders.
Great, more angry, jittery passengers.
Government policy and a shift westward have fed the staggering scale of China’s urban ambitions – 119 cities as big as Liverpool, and likely double that by 2025.
IF there's such a thing as an anti-bucket list, these places belong on it.
The SpiceJet plane was flying from Bangalore to Delhi in India when the foul odour became unbearable.
The very best positions, of course, are flat-bed seats in First and Business Class.
Perhaps a rival for the more-famous one in Pisa?
If you like odd or bizarre tourist sites, here's one to add to your list!
Another victory for recycling.
America’s Dairyland’ requires a stamp of approval to sell butter, freezing out artisanal and foreign creameries. It’s led gourmands to cross state lines and producers to churn out lawsuits.
There's so much bad science (or just a total lack of science) in this article. Lovely idea, but not going to happen.
"Roughing it" may now describe a campground with a slow internet connection.
The Wright Brothers are alive and well - and living in rural China?
Travel tips (really!) from the Wikileaked CIA documents.
Just for one example, look at Canada's passport pages under ultraviolet light.
The King will be traveling with 1,500 people, 2 limos, 2 elevators and 500 tons of luggage on a trip to Indonesia.
Middle Eastern airlines have special rules for transporting falcons, which have their own passports to crack down on smuggling.
Takes the concept of 'picture windows' to the ultimate.