Tracking Santa with NORAD

The most frequent flier of all and, perhaps the most famous, is Santa. He has logged more miles that any mortal frequent flier as he zips across the planet and never faces delays caused by snowstorms (in fact he relished them) or bad customer service (who would give Santa a hard time). His world of flying is, shall we say different.

Thank God for those electronic devices

When we manage to break computers with easy and face varying levels of computer frustrations under the best of circumstances, it is amazing that the Air France 447 equipment found many leagues under the sea is still useable.

Triple A rating? Not so much…

Many travelers are in a dilemma these days. They abhor the hassle of TSA policies that have added time, inconvenience and even cost (checked bag fees) to their itineraries. Travel blogs, like this one, have recently been filled with irate travelers swearing they’ll never fly again. But, driving has its hassles, too.

Hey airlines and pilots, are you listening?

Maybe in the name of all that’s decent and good, ATA and APA could donate that collective $2 million of promised reward money for killing bin Laden to a couple of veteran’s groups. It just sorta feels right.