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AA CEO misleads his passengers on transparent airfares

Mr. Parker is using his magazine to mislead the public when he could use the same publication to inform his passengers of the dangers of increasing fees and taxes.
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    Canada allows electronic devices gate to gate, jet lands with cracked windshield, Italians investigating TripAdvisor

Canada allows electronic devices gate to gate, jet lands with cracked windshield, Italians investigating TripAdvisor

Canada allows electronic devices gate to gate, jet lands with cracked windshield, Italians investigating TripAdvisor
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    Same flight, different prices; SWA eschews fees; no first class for congressmen

Same flight, different prices; SWA eschews fees; no first class for congressmen

Same flight, different prices; SWA eschews fees; no first class for congressmen

Safety and comfort advice for air travelers

Ned Levi discusses safety and comfort issues for air travelers, including the issues of severe turbulence for airplane passengers, and how to prevent injury if turbulence occurs, as well as a review of the new potential Paperclip armrest design, to help middle seat passengers in Economy.

What we’re reading: Guide to in-flight Wi-Fi, Virgin America starts service from DAL, AA-US merger cleared

Guide to in-flight Wi-Fi, Virgin America starts service from DAL, AA-US merger cleared

What we’re reading: Lufthansa to continue partnership with US Airways, new shopping venues in Vegas, Four Seasons Jet

Lufthansa to continue partnership with US Airways, new shopping venues in Vegas, Four Seasons Jet

Is the American-US Airways merger delivering on its promises?

The new American Airlines — the product of last year’s controversial merger between American and US Airways — may only be a few months old, but that hasn’t stopped travelers from forming opinions about the world’s largest airline.

8 lessons we can learn from the aborted flight of US Airways flight 1702

US Airways flight 1702's flight was aborted at Philadelphia International Airport last week. Exactly what happened is not yet known, but we can learn much for the way passengers evacuated from the plane, which had one engine spewing smoke during the evacuation. Ned Levi discusses the lessons we can learn by examining the evacuation.
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What we’re reading: Takeoff aborted at PHL, experiencing Hawaii, TSA stops live data testing

Takeoff aborted at Philadelphia International Airport, passenger snaps runway selfie

US Airways flight 1702 had to abort its takeoff when a tire blew and the nose gear collapsed.
The passengers aboard Flight 1702 heading for Florida were forced to evacuate onto the Philadelphia International Airport’s runway after a nose gear collapse that left plumes of smoke.

One passenger requested medical attention but no other injuries were reported, according to an airport spokesman.

What we’re reading: USAir pilots sue AA pilots, Aer Lingus rebooking, TSA questions license

US Airways pilots sue American pilots, Aer Lingus rebooking passengers due to strike threat, TSA questions DC resident's license