Is WiFi at National Parks needed? Can TSA technology used in the whole body scanners may work to make the Web better? Delta’s fight club — flight attendants square off at 37,000 feet.
TSA ID flap solved ’till 2018. State licenses will be OK for TSA secutiry. Christopher Elliott makes his upgrade wishes for 2016. Free entrance at national parks on Martin Luther Kind Day.
Discover America/Brand USA is launching National park apps. JD Powers survey shows top rental cars. Extra pages for passports are being phased out as of Jan. 1, 2016.
Inherent risk of going wild The National Law Journal takes a look at liability when something goes wrong at national parks. So far this year visitors have been mauled by bears, chased by goats, infected with the plague and killed by falling tree limbs. Is the government responsible for what happens in the wild? The […]
New year, new free admission days to U.S. National Parks Looking to visit a national park that you’ve never been to this year? Now’s your chance. On select days, you can get in for free. · January 19—Martin Luther King Jr. Day · February 14-16—Presidents Day Weekend · April 18-19—Opening Weekend of National Park Week […]
Summer is coming quickly to the northern hemisphere, bringing vacations for many in cities across North America, Europe, Central America and Asia. Vacationers are seeking travel to see nature in action while visiting national parks, rain forests and even underwater reefs. Some vacationers are planning ecotours of fragile, generally pristine and relatively undisturbed natural areas, […]
Malaysian jet may have turned before disappearing Military officers said that the missing Malaysian Airlines jet may have turned back before disappearing. There were no reports of bad weather and no sign of why the Boeing 777-200ER disappeared about an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur early on Saturday. “What we have done […]
This Sunday we ponder important questions. Just how much data does an airline need to provide us with prices and customer service? Do we need to be able to speak on our cell phones while hiking in the Grand Canyon? And, we expose the secret life of squirrels on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
Southwest fires captain over LaGuardia nose-first landing Southwest Airlines has fired the captain who was at the controls when the airplane landed nose-first at LaGuardia. The action came as Dallas-based Southwest completed its probe of the accident, Linda Rutherford, an airline spokeswoman, said today by e-mail, without giving details. Southwest ordered the first officer to […]
The US National Park Service (NPS) is under growing pressure to provide WIFI and cellular services for park visitors, at least, in the developed areas of the national parks, roads, and trailheads. Ned Levi discusses the pros and cons of the NPS installing these services.