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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.
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Passengers have apparently had enough.
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The US has banned laptops, tablets and other electronic devices in the cabins of flights to and from the US from nine airlines operating in parts of North Africa and the Middle East, in their latest a...
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'She started off by saying that she had not voted for either Trump or Clinton because they’re a bunch of liars.'
Virgin Australia also ranked highly.
There are some Aussie wins.
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 stressful than trying to catch a flight when you're running late. But what lengths would you go to make it to the gate? One passenger pushed the limits while trying to catch a Ryan...
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Now you can be one of the lucky ones.
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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.