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Jan 31 2014, 9:20pm CST
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Delta Airlines had already decommissioned some of its DC-9 aircraft way back in 1993. Today the last DC-9 is to take to the skies for one final journey from Minneapolis to Atlanta.
Jan 7 2014, 7:49am CST
The US now allows airlines to expand the use of portable electronic devices in flight from take-off to landing. FAA now allows users to use personal electronic devices during flight except mobiles for voice communications.
Oct 31 2013, 10:46am CDT
Flying is amazing. You can start your day in Russia, and finish it in Reno. You can travel in relative comfort at over 500 miles per hour. Of course, the operative word here is relative. Few things are sweeter than figuring out a way to cruise in business class as you cross an ocean or two, but if I’m honest, it’s pretty impractical for the vast majority of humans. So, do you squeeze yourself into an impossibly tight sea ...
Full article at: BGR
2 days ago, 1:31pm CDT
Source: Truth Dig
By E.J. Dionne, Jr. American politics was trundling along on its usual unserious and trivial trajectory when news of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine shook the world. Suddenly, the stakes in public life and foreign policy were very high.
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4 days ago, 3:21pm CDT
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Oct 28 2013, 10:53am CDT
Source: CBS San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO INT’L AIRPORT (CBS SF) — Authorities said a man suspected of posing as a security screener at San Francisco International Airport and giving two women private pat downs, has been identified as an investment banker.
Eric Slighton, 53, has an address in San Francisco. Slighton has apparently worked for several prominent banks and equity firms in Asia.
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Malaysia Flight: Passenger takes photo, jokes ab ...
Full article at: CBS San Francisco
Jul 17 2014, 7:10pm CDT
The Federal Aviation Administration has decided to allow for a relaxation of rules concerning in-flight gadget use. Passengers aboard airplanes were vexed by the restrictions on use of electronic gadgets so the FAA showed some laxity in its attitude.
Jun 21 2013, 3:28am CDT