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First Class Airplane Ticket

Airlines scale back first class seating due to the coronavirus

June 27th, 2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, some airlines have stopped offering first class seating options to travelers. The move comes as many airlines are starting to shift to smaller planes in response to a drastic reduction in air travel. Airlines may not financially recover from the coronavirus until 2022, some experts say. The airline industry …

Crosswind landing video

Watch this crazy crosswind landing and try not to scream

October 7th, 2017

Videos pop up time to time of passenger jets landing in crosswinds. It’s not pretty and looks fiercely uncomfortable, but ultimately, it never looks like they’re not going to stick the landing. That’s not what happened here. This clip shows an Airbus A380, the largest passenger jet currently in service, touching down during a storm …

Delta to roll out free in-flight mobile messaging next week

September 27th, 2017

Delta earlier today announced plans to provider travelers with free in-flight access to mobile messaging apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and iOS’ Messages app. The complimentary service is scheduled to go live on October 1 and should make the travel experience markedly more enjoyable for passengers eager to pass the time and connect with friends …

iPad Ban

Laptop and tablet ban may soon include international flights from the U.S.

May 28th, 2017

Amid concerns that terrorists are actively looking to hide explosive devices inside of tablets and laptops on international flights, the U.S. earlier this year issued a travel ban restricting passengers on select inbound U.S. flights from traveling with electronic devices bigger than a smartphone. The travel ban, which went live this past March, impacts travelers …