This Thanksgiving, airline executives should be giving lots of thanks. More profits, more ancillary fees, fewer delays, full planes, low jet fuel costs, and almost no competition are all worth a prayer of thanks.
Were you planning to fly this Thanksgiving? Don’t. If you plan on flying this Thanksgiving (this blogger is going to), you may want to reconsider. 24.6 million people are going to try to make their way through airports in the week and a half around Thanksgiving. That’s one and a half percent more than last […]
WestJet Encore prepping for U.S., East Coast expansion WestJet’s regional carrier, Encore, is expanding to Eastern Canada and the United States. Encore hopes to double its fleet of 14 Bombardier Q400 turboprops by 2016 and is already adding to its nearly 100 flights per day to 18 destinations, mainly in Western Canada. A route was […]
In 1863, along with the Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln also declared Thanksgiving as a national holiday. He is the one who made the last Thursday in November the official date.
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To get a different taste of Thanksgiving, plan a visit to one of these four wonderful recreated and restored early-American venues to see how the holiday started and changed over the centuries from the Pilgrims’ original feast until the Industrial Revolution.
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The Insider Index reviewed the top 50 U.S. airports based on flight bookings, and identifies those that will be the most and least busy for travel between Nov. 23 and Nov. 27, 2011.