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Woman Rides Luggage Conveyor Belt Trying to Board Plane

By Jacquie Cadorette Plenty of first-time fliers make silly mistakes when navigating the maze that is an airport. There are so many hoops to jump through before actually boarding the plane, it’s a miracle anyone makes it to their destination without hitting any snags at all. But one woman has gone...
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Google Maps Is Launching A 'Wheelchair Accessible' Option

The new feature will debut in six major cities.
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Frequent Flyer Expert Reveals The Two Words That Will Always Score You A Free First Class Upgrade

Tilly Bagshawe is a "New York Times" best-selling author who typically flies around 100,000 miles a year.
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Airbnb Is Launching A New Service For High End Travelers

Airbnb Plus will offer stays at luxury homes across the world.
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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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United Airlines Accepts Man's 19-Year-Old Plane Ticket

The man found the unused ticket in a box under his bed.
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Plane Detoured Mid-Flight Due To Broken Toilets Despite 60 Plumbers Being On Board

A Norwegian flight traveling from Oslo to Munich had to turn around while in the air due to several problems with the plane's toilets.
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Airline Refuses To Allow Woman To Bring Emotional Support Peacock Onto Flight

United Airlines is making headlines once again, but this time we don't think we can really fault them.
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Passenger Removed From Flight After Wearing Ten Layers Of Clothing To Avoid Baggage Fees

Ryan Carney Williams was booked on a one-way flight from Keflavik, Iceland to London, but before he could complete his journey, he was removed from his British Airways flight.v
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Japanese Train Outfitted To Bark Like A Dog To Avoid Animal Collisions

Officials from the Railway Technical Research Institute are adamant that the trains will only bark in areas where deer are commonly seen, and are not as densely populated by humans living by the tracks.
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