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Emotional Support Animals are allowed to fly for free (even pigs), but are all of them legit?

It sounds like the kind of riddle you’d find in the back pages of Highlights magazine, but what’s the quickest way to make pigs fly? Register them as emotional support animals. 702 more words

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HAWAIIAN AIRLINES

BRISBANE TO HONOLULU RETURN – 3.5 Stars

We flew economy to Honolulu. Hawaiian Airlines was not disappointing, however just doesn’t stack up to it’s competitors as best it could. 380 more words

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Welcome Back KLM?

MANILA, Philippines – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is bullish on its operations in the Philippines amid the country’s strong economic growth as well as the strong load factor of its flight between Manila and Amsterdam. 297 more words

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EMIRATES

I had the priviledge of flying Emirates return to Europe, mostly in Economy and one awesome upgrade to Business class! Top marks for Emirates, 5 stars! 833 more words

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New cockpit communication system could cut down on airport delays, save fuel

When severe weather – or even the average summer thunderstorm – approaches an airport, attempting to reroute a plane is a tedious, time-consuming analog-only process. Air traffic controllers read the new route to a pilot, who writes it down and reads it back to the control tower before manually programming it into the plane’s computer system and then double-checking with dispatchers to ensure that there’s enough fuel to accommodate the new flight path. 240 more words

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If airlines sold coffee, they'd charge extra for the cup

Canada’s airlines used to be in the annoying habit of advertising prices that seemed too good to be true. On further examination, they usually were: passengers would discover the promised price didn’t include other mandatory costs, such as taxes, surcharges, airport fees etc. 675 more words

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Nut rage lady set free from prison

Apparently, illegally forcing a plane to change its route isn’t as serious as we thought; at least, the Seoul High Court doesn’t seem to think so. 315 more words

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