Author: Ryan Siacci, Esq. Publish date: Jun 8, 2017 “I want to go to South America,” my girlfriend said. “Yeah, well, me too. How much annual leave do you have left?” “Annual leave isn’t going to cut it. How long would we need to climb some things? All of the things?” “A year, at least.” “Ok. Let’s do that.” My girlfriend has one of those pesky “real jobs”, something commonly referred to as a career in a parallel universe I’m unfamiliar with. I’m the one with the incorrigible nomadic streak and a possible genetic defect which precludes me from focusing on anything other than climbing and travel. When the subject of an extended journey through South America came up, I encouraged the idea with gusto. I was all over it like jugs on a 5.6. It was a remarkably simple conversation, but the initial decision was where our fleeting acquaintance with simplicity ended. There are an awful … [Read more...] about Overland Odyssey: How to Plan a Long-Term Climbing Road Trip
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Air Canada, American, Copa, Southwest, United fly MAX jets to the Bay Area Chris McGinnis Published 7:59 am PDT, Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Today, Canada grounded to Boeing MAX 8 aircraft, which flies between San Francisco and Toronto Today, Canada grounded to Boeing MAX 8 aircraft, which flies between San Francisco and Toronto Photo: Air Canada Photo: Air Canada Image 1 of / 20 Caption Close Image 1 of 20 Today, Canada grounded to Boeing MAX 8 aircraft, which flies between San Francisco and Toronto Today, Canada grounded to Boeing MAX 8 aircraft, which flies between San Francisco and Toronto Photo: Air Canada Booked on a Boeing 737 MAX jet? Here's what you can do 1 / 20 Back to Gallery … [Read more...] about Booked on a Boeing 737 MAX jet? Here’s what you can do
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | What Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 8 Crash Advertisement Supported by In the wake of the Ethiopian Airlines crash, worried travelers are looking for answers about how to find out if they are scheduled to fly on a 737 Max 8, and what their rights are if they decide not to. ByShannon Sims March 11, 2019 The Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that killed 157 travelers on Sunday has rattled travelers around the world. Just six months ago, the same model of airplane — a Boeing 737 Max 8, operated by Lion Air — crashed off Indonesia and killed all 189 onboard. While the cause of Sunday’s tragedy remains undetermined, and the investigation into the Lion Air accident is ongoing, several circumstances of these two crashes are similar. The 200-seat Boeing 737 Max 8 has been a … [Read more...] about What Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 8 Crash
WASHINGTON, March 4 (Reuters) - A U.S. congressional panel said on Monday that it has served document requests on 81 government agencies, entities and individuals as part of an investigation into alleged obstruction of justice and other abuses by President Donald Trump and others.Among those targeted by the Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee are the president's sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, WikiLeaks, White House aide and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former White House counsel Doug McGahn."We have seen the damage done to our democratic institutions in the two years that the Congress refused to conduct responsible oversight. Congress must provide a check on abuses of power," House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said in a statement.Among the committee's aims is determining whether Trump may have obstructed justice by ousting perceived enemies at the … [Read more...] about US House panel issues 81 document requests in Trump obstruction probe
-EU legislation protects the rights of air passengers, and in many cases means that you're entitled for compensation in the event of delays, strikes, and more. But the majority of travellers aren't aware of their rights, so here are the answers to the questions you might have. How do I know if my flight is covered? EU legislation applies if any one of the following criteria is met: your flight was within the EU (operated by any airline, whether based in the EU or not); your flight went from outside the EU to an EU country, and was operated by an EU airline; your flight went from an EU country to a non-EU country (operated by any airline, whether based in the EU or not). For the purposes of this legislation, the term 'EU country' also includes Norway, Iceland, and Switzerland, so that a journey between Canada and Iceland, for example, would count as a journey between a non-EU country and an EU country. If you receive benefits for the same journey under the law of a non-EU … [Read more...] about What are my rights if a flight is cancelled or delayed?