Airlines

Watch This Woman's 'Genius' Trick to Avoid Baggage Fees

A woman went to hilarious lengths to avoid paying extra money for her baggage at the airport. When passenger Gel Rodriguez was informed by airline staff that her suitcase had exceeded the weight limit she decided to avoid the fees by layering up with multiple items of clothing, reported The Daily...
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American Airlines Launches Biometric Boarding Process for DFW Passengers

American Airlines introduces Face Recognition for Biometric Boarding at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. The identity verification process matches people’s faces against a pre-existing Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) database.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton Spotted on Commercial Flight to Scotland

Even the royals love a bargain. Prince William and Kate Middleton did their best commoner impersonation and flew from Norwich, England to Aberdeen, Scotland via a low-cost commercial airline, reported the Daily Mail. Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children are seen getting off a £73...
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Mini Horses Can Now Board Airlines With You As A Service Animal

The mini horse has now been approved by the federal government to board commercial airlines as a service animal.
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Southwest Flight To Dallas Turns Around After Human Heart Discovered On Plane

A flight from Seattle to Dallas Sunday evening had to turn back course after a human heart was discovered in the cargo hold.
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Congress May Force Airlines To Provide More Legroom On Planes

Most seats on planes, on average, used to provide about 34" of legroom. Now, some airlines offer half that.
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Major Airline Group Wants To End Emotional Support Animals On Flights

A major airline group is lobbying the Department of Transportation for regulation that would further tighten and limit the types of animals that can be brought onto flights as "emotional support animals."
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DFW Flights To Europe Priced Much Lower This Year

If you would like to visit Europe this year, NBC 5 reports Rick Seaney with Farecompare.com "you will probably be able to go to London, Paris and Rome cheaper than Hawaii, Anchorage and Seattle this year."
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2017 Was The Safest Year Ever For Commercial Airline Passengers

Good news to begin 2018: the safest form of travel is safer than ever.
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