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Sept. 11 changed everything ... about air travelFive-year-old Frank Allocco is 37,000 feet above America, face pressed against the window. "Cool," he says to his 6-year-old sister. "Francesca, look." It's their first flight. They ignore a Harry . . . (flightaware.com) More...
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How many times are articles going to be reposted on here within hours of eachother?
i read an interesting article the other day- and im completely for the baggage fees and other such fees- makes flights cheaper for everyone else instead of forcing you to buy the space in the hold if your not gonna use it
@Purdue13 -- we are working on new technology to combine articles so that duplicates go away. Additionally, we'll try to detect dupes upon posting, too. In general, you can up vote or comment on any duplicate and we'll resolve it later.
I love the last comment in the article. It really hit the nail on the head.
If anyone needs to be blown up, it's Diane Dragg. People like her make my WAY more angry than do terrorists.
It's not just paranoia from September 11. Air travel is cheaper than it has ever been, and this has attracted a large cross-section of sociey that is way less behaved than the relatively well-to-do, well educated travelers that used to be the only ones flying. Not only that, but constant cost cutting has made air travel much more of an ordeal than it once was. I love to fly, but I hate to travel by air ... if you know what I mean.