Shake Shack Has Opened at LAX

New York’s favorite burger spot has gone west. Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack restaurant has opened at LAX. Passengers flying out of Terminal 3 on Alaska Air, Horizon Air, Jet Blue or Virgin America now have a delicious incentive to show up to their gate early and indulge in a classic ShackBurger before take off. Shake

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Emirates Airways Tweaks In-Flight WiFi

Emirates Airways has made several changes to the structure of its in-flight WiFi product, with some Skywards members now getting free WiFi for the duration of their flight. Platinum and Gold Skywards members, as well as any Skywards member traveling in first or business class, will receive unlimited data usage. Passengers flying in economy class, as

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US Government Lifts Laptop Ban

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently cleared several airlines to again allow laptops and other electronic devices on aircraft bound for the United States from the Middle East and North Africa, effectively ending the US “Laptop Ban.” As of Wednesday, July 19, 2017, all airlines who were initially banned from allowing electronics on board

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AA Factoring Annual Spend Into Priority Seating

High-spend travelers may find themselves in First Class more often than not with American Airlines’ new upgrade procedure. Under American’s new upgrade policy, which went into effect at the end of May, flyers who spend more with the airlines on an annual, rolling basis will be prioritized higher for upgrades than other travelers when all

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Delta to Debut New Seating in October

In October 2017, Delta will unveil its new Delta One Suites and Delta Premium Select products along with its first Airbus A350, which will enter service from Detroit (DTW) to Tokyo-Narita (NRT). This billion-dollar project will introduce an upgraded passenger experience, including cabin modernization, new seats, upgraded entertainment systems, more overhead storage, and revamped meal

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Delta & Aeromexico’s New Joint Venture

Delta and Aeromexico have begun a new joint cooperation agreement after the US Department of Transportation granted them antitrust immunity. The agreement means that the two airlines can begin working together and coordinating flights between the US and Mexico. Delta and Aeromexico plan on co-locating at the same airports and will begin renovating airline gates

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TSA Finds Loose Change

Each year, TSA makes public the amount of loose change left behind at screening checkpoints throughout the country. Last year, nearly $868,000.00 was forgotten by passengers at our nation’s airports. As is usually the case, New York and Los Angeles topped the list, but this year, there was no contest. While passengers at LAX left

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LAX Continuing Expansion and Modernization

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is continuing its expansion and modernization. Fresh off its recent 22 airline terminal relocation, brought about as a precursor to Delta’s $1.9 billion plan to modernize and update its terminals, American Airlines has signed a letter of intent to increase its presence at LAX. American has pledged $1.6 billion over

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