Passengers departing from South Korea to various destinations in the U.S. are being told to be at the airport as early as five hours prior to departure due to new security measures starting October 26th.
Las Vegas Resorts Reaching Out To Their Guests, Being Thankful For Support – Keep Coming To Las Vegas!
After the tragedy in Las Vegas the major hotel and casino companies have been reaching out to their guests, thanking them for their support and inviting them back to the city.
Most major international airlines are now offering paid Wifi on board their aircraft which passengers can purchase in order to do some work, use social media or otherwise just surf around the internet.
These paid Wifi options can vary greatly in price and also network quality as well as black out areas where the flight path leads over countries where the inflight wifi support if prohibited (India, China etc).
This weeks Fabulous Friday is about purchasing new luggage items at various Premium Outlets available as well on online sales, offering large discounts over the average retail price.
Last August I could try American Airline’s Business Class product on their B787-9 Dreamliner, and I was pleasantly surprised by both their soft and hard product on this plane (you can check my review here). My overall impression was that they were upping their game, compared with my previous experiences on their Business Class cabins.
And it looks like they are committed to the improvement path. Yesterday, during their annual Media & Investor Day, the airline announced their new partnership with Casper, a global sleep brand commissioned to improve the sleeping experience onboard American Airlines aircrafts.
An Amadeus network issue caused worldwide disruptions at airline check-in counters yesterday, leaving passengers waiting until all systems were operative again.
An elderly man working at Singapore Changi Airport as a baggage handler has been charged in court with mischief after allegedly changing destination tags on passenger baggage, causing them to get lost.
The hotel internet connections have come along way in the past 20 years from being ridiculously expensive and bad to slowly being complimentary first to elite members and then to all (and sometimes very fast too!).
Can you remember when we had to deal with these internet vouchers that the hotel front desk used to hand out? Seems that at least some Protea hotels in South Africa still do!
Sometimes airlines can be unpredictable and change their aircraft last minute or even in advance due to scheduling and this can come with the unpleasant surprise of an old, inferior cabin product.
A tear gars attack at Frankfurt Airport that left several people injured, respectively treated for breathing problems puzzles German authorities as they currently investigate where the substance came from.
Thailand’s aviation safety woes continue as failed safety checks conducted by the national regulator has apparently caused 16 airlines registered in the country to lose their Air Operator Certificate (AOC).
Thailand got downgraded and ‘red flagged’ two years ago by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) as their entire aviation sector including the countries airports did not meet safety standards.
Boston Logan Airport Explores Fees For Private Vehicles Dropping Passengers Off At The Airport Curbside
The era of new outrageous fees in the travel industry goes into another phase as Boston Logan Airport made the start to study the possibility of charging even private vehicles a fee when they drop off people.
There are many ways of how to organize your airport transfer and not always is one choice the only suitable option so which way offers the best value for money and reliability?
Earlier this month I wrote about the labor conflict between the security checkpoint personnel at Barcelona El Prat International Airport and their employer, a contractor of AENA, the semi-private company in charge of operating the vast majority of airports in Spanish territory (access here).
After the terror attacks of last week the local branch of the union decided to hit pause on their strike to assure a smooth operation of the airport in what have been very difficult days in the city. But the national union has decided to escalate the conflict nationwide, calling for industrial action in all Spanish airports from September 15.