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- MY AIRLINE. Owen, David // New Yorker;7/7/2008, Vol. 84 Issue 20, p49
The author laments the instigation of fees that some airlines are charging for luggage and counters that he will begin to charge fees for large customers who are seated next to him on the plane. Passengers seated next to him who have not brought reading material will be provided with something...
- Flying fits. Beddingfield, Katie; Danyliw, Norie Q. // National Geographic Traveler;Apr99, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p28
Talks about the penalties for on-air tantrums. Increased incidence of `air rage'; Obnoxious behavior as a federal crime; Efforts of airlines to get tough on unruly fliers; `Yellow cards' handed out by British Airways to disruptive fliers.
- 2013's Parade Of Intoxicated People On Planes. // AVweb;1/7/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 2A, p6
The article reports on the multiple incidents of drunk, violently disruptive passengers in airlines including an American Eagle pilot, during the first week of 2013.
- British Airways. // Business Travel World;Feb2007, p53
The article evaluates the Premium Economy World Traveller Plus air travel class service being offered by British Airways (BA).
- Influx of new flights and investment signal boost in local aviation. COSTA, DENNIS // Caribbean Business;5/23/2013, Vol. 41 Issue 19, p45
The article reports on the potential impact of flight development in local airports and investments in the U.S. mainland structure to the aviation industry in Puerto Rico.
- World's cutest planes head to the U.S. BUSCH, SIMON // Filipino Reporter;8/30/2013, Vol. 41 Issue 39, p42
The article reports on the flight to the West of planes from Asia branded with the popular Hello Kitty cartoon cat brand in 2013 including the Taiwanese airline EVA Air and those flying to Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea.
- BEWARE OF CODE SHARE. B., M. B. // Town & Country;Jun2001, Vol. 155 Issue 5253, p112
Focuses on code sharing among airline companies.
- Airline service. // Travel Agent;01/20/97, Vol. 284 Issue 11, p96
Announces airline service offerings for travelers to the Caribbean and Bahamas. American Eagle's thrice-a-week flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico and Barbados; BWIA's resumed seasonal direct air service from New York City to Grenada.
- Steady in the air. DiMeo, Sam // Caribbean Business;9/26/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 38, p10
Discloses the decline in the number of airline reservations to Puerto Rico. Forced shutdown of Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in the wake of Hurricane Hortense; Cancellation of daily flights to several cities in the United States.