In these politically correct times, duct tape and sedation are generally frowned upon.
15 different airlines, 15 different meals.
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Few things are more stre ful than trying to catch a flight when you're running late. But what lengths would you go to make it to the gate? One pa enger pushed the limits while trying to catch a Ryanai...
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In the kerfuffle over what Grant Hackett reportedly did or did not do on a plane from Adelaide to Melbourne, one thing has been overlooked. Reclining is your right. Well it is. In fact it's more than a right. It's a privilege. Anyone who declines your recline is swine.
I implore airlines to implement a zero-tolerance policy on backdoor belches, with ejector seats activated for passengers who play the trouser tuba, not to mention use corny fart euphemisms.
Earlier this year airline Cathay Pacific revealed a highly anticipated new lounge in Hong Kong International Airport. Designed by Studioilse, the London-based design studio led by Ilse Crawford, who l...
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A LAWYER travelling with her female partner and their daughter in Qantas busine cla claim they were humiliated by a crew member as they wouldn’t move to accommodate a married couple. Family lawyer K...
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Apart from the odd award or positive ranking, airlines rarely make the news for good reasons. Like banks and telcos we bash them whenever possible. And while Jetstar deserved criticism yesterday, I can't help but think we are often too quick to condemn those magnificent men and women in their flying machines.
Taylor Tippett is a Washington, D.C.-based flight attendant and the force behind the project Words From the Window Seat. Read the full story at The Huffington Po
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Just when you thought airplane seats had reached their squishiest, someone invents something squishier... but it's also pretty brilliant. Read the full story at The Huffington Po
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You can’t check your responsibility for proper travel etiquette at the gate. From the laws of the armrest to the unofficial dre code, here are a few things every guy should know before
Economy can be cramped, stuffy and reminds us all that as individual as you might feel, you are but one of many. And nobody likes to feel like a statistic. But here's the thing -- good character was never formed on a comfy chair.