“We set these departure times for mainly two reasons. The first one is ensure that once the curfew expires we are at the top of the queue for runway departure. The second is to help the flow into and out of the alley for the gates – it’s already tightly shared space. If all aircraft were set to push back at the same time, it wouldn’t work out very well.” … [Read more...] about Why Is American The First Airline To Fly Out Of New York?
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“It’s mind-blowing how expensive it is to travel with surfboards,” said Hawaiian pro surfer Fred Patacchia Jr. “I just recently went to Europe on American Airlines and was charged $150 per board, traveling with nine boards. You do the math. The surfboard charge was more than my ticket cost.” … [Read more...] about More for Your Money: Flying with a surfboard
Ross Belfer, founder of the travel and hospitality public-relations firm Xhibition, found Dubrovnik, Croatia, to be a bust, or, as he described it, "a charmless tourist trap with generic restaurants and gridlock on the beaches and at sites." A drive to the less-crowded Montenegro led to a budget-friendly hotel and pristine beaches. "Vacation time is precious," he advises. "If you are unhappy, don't wait it out. Move on." … [Read more...] about Learn how to pivot from a bad travel situation
According to McCorkle, the Garden spokeswoman, the arena has already begun altering the angle of some seats in the most affected areas in an effort to improve legroom — though some disgruntled fans have called for a return to the old seats or pricing more consistent with the less-than-roomy accommodations. … [Read more...] about At TD Garden, fans are feeling the squeeze