The World’s Top Travel Destination Has Been Revealed—And It’s Probably Not Where You Think It Is.
4 Aug 2015

Ask anyone what they think the world’s top travel destination in 2015 is, and you’re sure to hear a roll call of the usual suspects: Thailand, Greece, Australia, Hawaii and South Africa are all likely to pop […]

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Finally! The Carry-On Bag Dilemma Has Been Resolved By IATA
4 Aug 2015

It’s the classic traveler’s dilemma: just how big should that carry-on bag be? While luggage manufacturers have jumped onto this confusion with a range of bags that claim to be perfectly proportioned for all airlines, there’s no […]

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Swiss International Airlines To Pamper All Passengers Of All Classes With Sweeping Upgrades to Boeing 777-300ER Fleet
4 Aug 2015

Anyone who has ever flown Swiss will know that the company is a byword for a great experience—but now the aviation company has gone the extra mile with a series of swooping upgrades that make this airline […]

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Visions Of The Future, Now: Airplanes That Fix Themselves While In The Air
4 Aug 2015

A team of scientists researching at Bristol University in the United Kingdom have discovered a new technology that for many of us sounds like something that could only be realistically done in Star Trek—or in the very […]

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Travelers Find New Weapon Against Jet Lag: And It’s An App…
4 Aug 2015

In the 21st century, more and more people are flying to far-flung parts of the world—and when it comes to business that can mean going to the other side of the world. Despite the many meet and […]

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Love VIP Treatment? Make Air Travel Even More Comfortable
26 Jun 2015

The VIP Lounge has always been a magical place, far removed from the hustle and bustle of the regular airport—a quiet haven where a weary traveler can rest away from the hoi polloi, no matter where they […]

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Tracking System In Development By Airlines To Locate Lost Flights
26 Jun 2015

Although aircraft disappearance is thankfully an incredibly rare phenomenon, it can happen, leaving families and friends bereaved with no real closure—and a huge manhunt for authorities to undertake with only scant information about the last whereabouts of […]

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Tired Of The Long Boarding Process And Queues For Aircraft? One German Designer Might Just Have a Solution!
26 Jun 2015

Anyone who has ever boarded—and then disembarked—from a plane will be all too familiar with the terminally endless process of waiting behind an endless queue of people putting their baggage away and trying to reach their seat—which […]

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TSA Begins To Screen Aviation Workers in a Bid To Improve Measures Against Terrorism
26 Jun 2015

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), an agency under the aegis of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, recently announced a closure of security loopholes in a bid to improve its fight against terrorism in aviation. In a […]

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By 2035, Air Travel Should Double, Are Airlines Prepared?
26 Jun 2015

A recent report released by PricewaterhouseCoopers has analyzed the worldwide airline industry and discovered that the next two decades is likely to see global demand for airline travel to double. This expansion, the report states, is a […]

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