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Date April 10 , 2015 | Posted by In Air Travel

Air travel report highlights Montana airports

Air travel report highlights Montana airportsNews from NBC Montana: BELGRADE, Mont. – A new Air Travel Consumer Report highlights Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport as the state’s most popular airport. The study breaks down the highs and lows of airports and airlines around the United States. Of the Montana airports, Bozeman Yellowstone International topped the list [...]

OneJet debuts with nonstop service between Milwaukee and IndianapolisNews from Milwaukee Business Journal: Enlarge Photo Courtesy Beechcraft OneJet will offer nonstop flights from General Mitchell International Airport on Hawker 400 jets. Tom Held Reporter- Milwaukee Business Journal Email  |  … Read the full article . Related News:

The scariest ways that air travel affects your health – Daily MailNews from The scariest ways that air travel affects your health – Daily Mail: When it comes to flying, there are plenty of health concerns to look out for Due to the lack of cabin air humidity, dehydration and swelling are common Cosmic radiation [...]

Air travel demand will grow steadily for next 20 years, FAA predictsNews from Los Angeles Times: By Hugo Martin contact the reporter Demand for air travel will grow at an average annual rate of 2.5%, with 1 billion passengers traveling on U.S.-based carriers by 2029, according to a federal forecast released Monday. The forecast by [...]

Bill Would Exempt Alaska, Hawaii From Increase in Air Travel FeesNews from Honolulu Civil Beat: Sen. Mazie Hirono and Brian Schatz, Democrats of Hawaii, and Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a Republican of Alaska, introduced legislation Wednesday that would exempt Hawaii, Alaska and “communities that rely on essential air service as subsidized” by the U.S. Department of Transportation, [...]

Air travel ‘safer’ in 2014 despite Malaysian disasters: IATANews from Reuters: By Siva Govindasamy SINGAPORE Mon Mar 9, 2015 5:25am EDT International Air Transport Association (IATA) chief Tony Tyler gestures during an interview with Reuters in Geneva December 11, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Pierre Albouy SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Last year was by some measures the safest in [...]

Date March 8 , 2015 | Posted by In Air Travel

Don’t expect things to get better in air travel this year

Don’t expect things to get better in air travel this yearNews from Buffalo News: “The passenger experience was a hot topic in 2014 as airlines and airports worked to make the travel process better,” said the lead of a recent report in the trade press. And it is typical of others that covered the same [...]

Date March 7 , 2015 | Posted by In Air Travel

Travelers weigh in on proper attire for air travel

Travelers weigh in on proper attire for air travelNews from eTurboNews: CHICAGO, IL – Long gone are the days when people dressed up for flying. Today’s travelers arrive in sweat pants, tank tops and flip flops, and apparently not too many people care. The GO Group asked their passengers their opinion on the subject. Of [...]

LaGuardia Airport accident will hamper air travel around the countryNews from The Denver Post: A commercial jet accident in New York City has temporarily grounded air traffic at LaGuardia Airport and Denver, along with other cities across the national, will see a ripple effect. A Delta flight, carrying 125 passengers and five crew members, veered [...]

Date March 1 , 2015 | Posted by In Air Travel

Budget 2015: Smoking, eating out, air travel to be costlier

Budget 2015: Smoking, eating out, air travel to be costlierNews from Economic Times: NEW DELHI: Smoking and consumption of other tobacco items will be more expensive, while an increase in service tax rate would make costlier a whole lot of other activities including air travel, eating out and paying bills. Continuing the trend set by [...]