Airlines are squeezing more rows into the economy class cabin of their aircraft, reducing seat pitch and legroom. Ned Levi looks at seating challenges for economy passengers.
How do one-way streets affect quality of life. Can messages scrawled on breasts enhance attention to a message? And, why are so many refugees dying while trying to sail from Africa to Euroope?
Recently, there have been events through which we should evaluate air travel security, including TSA airport security.
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Last week, Southwest Airlines confessed that they didn't comply with required FAA maintenance schedules. Ned Levi examines the issue and the FAA's poor enforcement.
Severe air turbulence while flying can cause severe injuries to flight crew members and passengers alike. Learn about clear-air turbulence and what passengers can do to protect against its effects.
Most people who fly in the economy section of US airlines are uncomfortable, unhappy about extra fees, and/or feel hassled at the airport. Ned Levi discusses why northeastern US travelers often choose America's only high speed rail, Acela, over flying.
A new study of pediatric medical emergencies of children flying has brought to light more dangers for infants flying in their parents' laps.
Travel isn't easy and long distance flying in economy can be especially hard. Here are 15 tips to survive a long flight in economy.
Flying is stressful enough without thoughtless passengers making the flight worse while aloft. Ned Levi discusses his top 10 annoying airplane peeves