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Wild and whacky frequent flier rewards, driverless cars that match the personalities of their owners and airilne customer service as a key to loyalty.
Where can we find peace, quiet and happiness in America? Here are two approaches and some child wisdom.
Unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs are already here. The only problem — your government seems to be surprised by them.
Proposed increases in airport passenger facility charges from $4.50 to $8 are not necessary or justified. Consumer groups are fighting this increase in aviation taxes.
Something to ponder: Wind power within the Eiffel Tower, Ryanair "artists" at work in the snow, and a look at why trains have trouble dealing with snow and the cold.
Here is a textbook example of how not to show an airline is focused on basic customer service. The airline heralds its program with restrictions that gut its guarantee.
Ponder these issues: Reading emotions, new transport proposals and the data that automobiles are collecting about their owners and who owns that data.
Here is an oldie but goodie about airline service from Saturday Night Live. National Park Service focuses on love in the wilderness. And, Atlanta moves forward with a 22-mile pedestrian-friendly corridor to link 45 neighborhoods.
The airlines would have Congress and regulators believe that the tarmac-delay rule has forced them to cancel thousands of flights this winter. The truth is, they cancel flights for their own good. And, for their passengers' good.