LOT Polish Airlines Goes Gatwick to Warsaw in 2019

LOT Polish Airlines (LO) has announced new routing from Warsaw Chopin (WAW) to London Gatwick (LGW) beginning January 7, 2019. These new flights will operate Monday through Friday, and will depart twice per day, once in the morning and once in the evening, using Embraer 190 regional aircraft. Warsaw-to-London flights will depart WAW at 7:15

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Gait Recognition Could Be The Next Step in Airport Security

What used to sound like science fiction, or at least was limited to Hollywood action thrillers, is now becoming commonplace – biometrics and artificial intelligence. Airports have slowly embraced biometrics, beginning with the implementation of facial recognition software into the Immigration process. Now, thanks to research from The University of Manchester and Universidad Autonoma de

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American Airlines Doubling Airlift to Antigua & Barbuda This Winter

After two years of negotiations with the Antigua and Barbuda Airline Committee, travelers to Antigua and Barbuda will be happy to learn that American is adding an additional daily flight from Miami this upcoming winter. The new flight schedule will allow travelers to benefit from more convenient non-stop flight options to the Caribbean and is

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United Unveils Chicago to Auckland Route

United Airlines (UA) has announced that it will offer nonstop service between Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and New Zealand’s Auckland Airport (AKL) beginning November 30, 2018.  The new service, aboard a Boeing 787-9, will be offered through United’s joint venture partner,  Air New Zealand (NZ).  The Chicago to Auckland flight will take approximately 16

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A History of Airline Food

Throughout the years, dining options on airplanes have gone through a series of transformations. Since the first airline meal was served on a Handley-Page flight from London to Paris in 1919. Airplane food has continuously fluctuated with the times, ranging from luxury cuisine and service options to pre-packaged foods and even fast-food meals inflight. With

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Alaska Airlines Is Ready For The Next Total Eclipse

In late August, parts of the United States will witness one of our planet’s rarest occurrences, a coast-to-coast total solar eclipse. During the eclipse, the moon will completely block the sun, creating a twilight effect with the sun’s corona shimmering in the dark sky. West Coast residents and visitors will have the best views of

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American Airlines to Introduce International Premium Economy

American Airlines will introduce a new Premium Economy offering, available on its international wide-body fleet, beginning in late 2016. The new class of service will be available directly behind Business Class and will provide travelers with an enhanced product offering, including more space, personal on-demand entertainment, priority check-in and boarding, a checked bag allowance, amenity

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American Airlines to Offer ‘No-Frills’ Fares

American Airlines executives recently announced the introduction of a “no-frills” fare in 2016. Although details of eliminated services for the “no-frills” seats have yet announced, many have speculated that the ticket will likely eliminate standard options like seat selection and snacks, along with a checked bag fee; it is also likely the tickets will be

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