The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) knows that the careful screening of passengers at airport checkpoint is bit of overkill. They know that if a terrorist makes it to the airport and as far as the TSA checkpoint with a bomb, more than a score of security systems have been bypassed. When they randomly shift passengers into the Pre-Check program, they are admitting the obvious.
Spirit responds to most-complained label, things you didn’t know about Vegas, FAA requires ADS-B by 2020
Customer service has been suffering since American Airlines began charging for checked bags and the rest of the legacy carriers jumped on the ancillary fee bandwagon. Now, airlines are abandoning their coach passengers when it comes to their frequent flier programs. Every improvement for business-class and first-class passengers is coming at the expense of coach passengers. (Reprinted from last Sunday with corrected links.)
Hawaiian starts non-stop service to Beijing, top 10 green hotels, Swiss to offer in-flight service for people with allergies
United ranked worst for service, Superjumbos with no economy seats, Native American culture
Fascinating libraries, man attempts mid-air exit, 14-year old arrested for tweeting threat
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Las Vegas Strip is most visited attraction, Spirit Airlines may add Miami flights, how old is your plane?
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