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8 Easy Ways to Become an Expert Traveler

A veteran business traveler shares eight secrets he's learned over the years--from buying a Tom Bihn bag to carrying a spare battery. A recent survey found that Southwest Airlines had the best customer service in the airline industry, and they deserve it. Show More Summary

Robotic sub deployed for 2nd MH370 mission after first gives no leads

56 minutes agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

The unmanned underwater vehicle Bluefin-21 was deployed for its second mission to scour the seafloor last night after data analysis from its first mission gave no leads in finding the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. [ more ›...

If Filed, Plane Lawsuits Might Not Get Heard In US

BEIJING (AP) — Since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, some lawyers have claimed they can If Filed, Plane Lawsuits Might Not Get Heard In US - -

Fly The Friendly — And Funny — Skies! Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Injects Fun & Laughter Into Mundane Airline Spiels 

The Southwest Airlines flight attendant of since 2007 is the latest viral video superstar, for her innovative methods of addressing passengers on the flights she stewards over, injecting comedic barbs… READ ON


First attempt to use a robot sub to search for the missing Malaysian airliner was cut short by the depth of the Indian Ocean. The second attempt also aborted, this time due to a technical problem.

8 Airline Fees That Are Actually Worth Paying

Airlines are using more and more excuses to tack on extra fees to your airfare. Services that used to be included in the airfare are now only provided if you're willing to dig deeper into your pocket. (See also: 37 Hidden Travel Fees) Sure, you can avoid paying these charges by going with just the basics. Show More Summary

If filed, plane lawsuits might not get heard in US

BEIJING (AP) — Since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, some lawyers have claimed they can get several millions of dollars in damages for each lost passenger by taking the cases to the United States. But past lawsuits show U.S. federal courts are more likely to throw such cases out if the crashes happened overseas.

Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Gives The Most HIGHlarious Safety Information Speech EVER! See The Vid HERE!

See, there are plenty of ways for an airline to get press without tweeting pics of a plane crashing headfirst into a naked woman's Cave of Wonders! Take for instance the unidentified Southwest Airlines flight attendant who effectively turned a recent flight into her own comedy club! Anyone who has flown the friendly skies has heard the [...]

Terrific Southwest Airlines safety briefing video

13 hours agoIndustries / Medical : GruntDoc

Beats the others:   I think using humor to keep peoples’ attention beats all the pre-recorded announcements hands down. Related posts: My new ER, in a video It’s really well done.... Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.

US Airways Won't Fire Anyone Over Infamous "Planegina" Tweet

14 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker

US Airways won't be firing anyone over a retweet of a model plane stuck inside a woman's vagina that went out over the airline's official Twitter account Monday, the New York Daily News reports. Read more...

Hawaiian proposed safety penalty sets example for Australia

America’s FAA- its safety regulator and equivalent of Australia’s CASA- has proposed a fine of $US 547,500 be paid by Hawaiian Airlines for among other things ignoring advice that one of its 767-300s did not comply with an airworthiness directive by flying it a further 14 times after its record keeping error was discovered. This [...]

Come On, No One Actually Took That Dutch Girl's Twitter Threat Seriously

15 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

Apparently there's a debate happening on the Internet - so says the LA Times - over whether the 14 year old Dutch girl who tweeted a terrorist threat to American Airlines was "a victim of security excess" or an "idiot." To which we answer,...Show More Summary

Man who allegedly tried to open Southwest door in flight due in court

A 23-year-old man accused of trying to open a jetliner door during a California-bound Southwest Airlines flight is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.

U.S. Airways’ X-rated tweet was ‘an honest mistake’: airline

'It was an honest mistake. It was in an attempt to flag the tweet as inappropriate,' airline spokesman Matt Miller told The News after the photo was allegedly first posted on their wall by an undisclosed Twitter user.

Does It Make Sense To Switch Airline Loyalty?

Reader John Delta left the following comment on the “Ask Lucky” page of the blog last week: lucky, Well, you probably have guessed that I am bailing on Delta after more than 4 decades with them. Like you (were), I am Washington resident...Show More Summary

Drunk Turkish Airlines Passenger Allegedly Assaults Flight Attendants En Route To JFK

Complimentary booze on international flights is a fundamental human right, but some people are just hell bent on ruining it for the rest of us. A passenger on a Turkish Airlines flight bound for JFK got wasted and, instead of passing...Show More Summary

Dummy: Read The Tweets That Got The Dumbest Teen Ever Arrested

Teenager Gets Arrested For Tweets To American Airlines We’ve seen some dumb tweeters in our day, but this may take the cake. One teenager sent some tweets to an airline and now she’s in some serious trouble. Take a look.

Why Southwest Airlines Has More Room To Soar

By Jon Hill: Going by the advice of Warren Buffett, one would never even consider buying an airline these days. During an interview in 2002 with the London newspaper The Telegraph, he famously said that "if a capitalist had been present at Kitty Hawk back in the early 1900s, he should have shot Orville Wright. Show More Summary

Flight Attendant's Hilarious Safety Instruction Video Goes Viral

17 hours agoNews : Trending Now

Fasten your seat belts, stow your belongings under your seat and put your electronics in airplane mode. Southwest Airlines' Martha Cobb has a few safety announcements, and a couple of jokes to share as well. The Houston-based flightShow More Summary

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