Category Archive: Uncategorized

Nov 16

Which TSA Will Travelers Get This Holiday Season?

Read full article. Thanksgiving air travel is once again going to be the heaviest traveled time of the year, with increased numbers from 2015. TSA has worked hard to fix past delay issues of passengers going through security checkpoints and are prepared to get passengers quickly and efficiently to their departure gates on time. How You As A …

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Nov 15

Plane Captain Makes Plea for ‘Common Decency’ After Post-election Fight Breaks Out on Flight

United Airlines Captain certainly gets my applaud reminding others about common courtesy and respect. Thank-you. Read More.

Nov 12

Future of Flying with X-Ray Vision

The Future of Air Travel Read More: Full Article Commercial flying as we currently know it, will continue to take on new state of the art technology that will make flying safer and delays from weather conditions a thing of the past. Aircraft equipped with voice activation command response and touch screen applications used to control an aircraft will be …

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Nov 10

Combat Veteran with PTSD Refused Air Travel With Service Dog by American Airlines

Read More: The full article: Service Dogs Listed on Boarding Passes: K9 Wings has been advocating that air carriers include disabled passengers service dogs who have been pre-approved to accompany them on board their aircraft, to be either listed on their boarding pass, or that the service dog have their own boarding pass. This should eliminate situations such as …

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Oct 14

DOT ACAA Regulation talks

Dogfight: Service Animals on Planes an In-Flight Controversy Jenine Stanley can’t see at all, so her 55-pound golden retriever goes with her everywhere — at home, at the supermarket and on airplanes when she flies. That last one can be a hassle even though the guide dog quietly sits at her feet during flights and …

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Nov 22

Airports – Animal Relief Areas for Dogs

Be sure to locate all the “animal relief areas” at the airports you and your dog will be visiting during your air travels before you travel. I have included a website that is kept updated on the most current information. Animal Relief Area Options: Many airports do not have an “Animal Relief Area” inside the …

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Nov 22

Delta Airlines Bans Pets From Traveling as Checked Baggage

The days of checking both your suitcase and your pet are coming to an end. Delta Air Lines announced that effective March 1, the airline will no longer accept pets as checked baggage unless the passenger either requires a service or emotional support animal or is a military member with active transfer orders. After Delta’s …

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