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10 courses every golfer should play, GoGo inflight wifi adds more spying capabilities, US upgrades Philippines status

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isney cruise ships to offer Wifi by megabyte, Jetblue to offer status challenge, reducing 777 chance of cyberattack

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A bill to ban cellphone voice calls by passengers on planes in flight has been proposed in the US House of Representatives. Ned Levi discusses the proposed ban and the events which have caused it to be proposed.

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Amazon’s Prime Air, United completes p.s. redesign, Southwest fined $325,000

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FAA to check overweight pilots, fewer travelers this Thanksgiving, a day in the life of ATL

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The FAA will now permit the use of portable electronic devices (PEDs) from gate to gate, but is continuing their ban on using them for phone calls while inflight. Ned Levi discusses the new rules for PED use in depth, and the continued ban on passengers using their PEDs to make phone calls while flying.

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FAA to allow PEDs to be used during takeoff and landing, JetBlue to allow use of PEDs throughout flight, Qantas plans on new lounge at LAX

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FAA recalls inspectors, world’s best hotel restaurants, rescued sea turtle debuts at Mandalay Bay

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Parker confident merger will go through, furloughs may violate treaty, United to open 787 base in Los Angeles

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Frontier sold to ultra-cheap airline investor Frontier Airlines has been sold to William Franke, former chairman of Spirit Airlines. The companies said they expect the sale to close in December if several conditions are met, including agreements being reached by the end of this month with the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA and a group tied […]

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