Flight technology and transportation innovations may have made it easier to fly, but cutbacks throughout the airline industry have raised more health and safety concerns among consumers than a sushi-stuffed Hot Pocket.
Anyone who’s ever taken a long flight and tried to relax while children screamed or ran around may put Malaysia Airlines on a list of favorite companies after the carrier announced it’s now offering child-free spaces on some of its planes.
People scared of flying might mark British Airways off their list of possible airline choices for good after an automated announcement mistakenly told passengers to prepare for a crash-landing — twice.
Could a cupcake be dangerous? It could be according to the TSA. A Massachusetts woman was trying to board a plane in Las Vegas and she had a cupcake in a jar filled with icing and the TSA took it away and stated that it exceeded the amount of gel allowed in a carry-on.
Just recently I became part of the iPhone generation. My 'love affair' with Apple started with the iPod, then the iPod Touch, followed by the iPad. But, earlier this week I became the proud owner of my first iPhone.
I've read and seen on the news the issues that the iPhone has had in the past, including; drop out problems, while holding the phone and how the battery drains quickly. But, the lat
Flying the friendly skies is one thing. Being forced to pony up the cash to do it while en route is something else entirely.
But that’s what happened on a flight operated by Austria-based carrier Comtel earlier this week.
When you fly do you ask for a blanket or a pillow? Do you use the restroom on the plane? Do you read the SkyMall? This might make you think twice or at least pack a bottle of hand sanitizer (1 0z or less of course) in your carry-on.