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Flying is something we can’t do naturally, although I’m sure most of us wish we could. Here are a few people who have made a difference in history when it comes to getting us airborne. The first flight, the longest flight and the longest solo trip are all significant events in the history of aviation.

Wright Brothers – First Flight

In 1878, flight was only a dream. Airplanes and helicopters hadn’t been invented yet but seven year-old Orville Wright and his 11 year-old brother Wilbur had a dream. They began building and testing a machine that could fly people. They were the first to understand flight. On December 17, 1903 Orville piloted the first flight. It lasted only 12 seconds – but it worked! They managed four flights that day and the final one lasted 57 seconds. On December 17th, the Wright brothers became the first people to fly a machine, heavier than a hot air balloon, under the complete controls of a pilot.

John and Arthur – Longest Flight

John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown were the first people to fly in an aircraft, non-stop, across the Atlantic Ocean. On June 14, 1919, both British fliers climbed into Vickers Vimy (the plane) and took off from Lester’s field in Newfoundland – John was the pilot and Arthur was the navigator. They landed in Clifden, Ireland 16 hours and 27 minutes later. When they returned to London, they were greeted like heroes. They were given Lord Northcliffe’s Daily Mail prize (10,000 pounds or about $14,286 US) by Winston Churchill, who was Britain’s Secretary of State at the time. A few days later, John and Arthur were knighted at Buckingham Palace by King George V for their achievement.

Amelia Earheart – Solo, Female Flight

In 1928 (when she was 31,) Amelia became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic – except she was only a passenger. Four years later, she became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. She also set a record by doing it in only 13.5 hours. She made the first flight from Hawaii to California alone only a few years later. In 1937, Amelia and navigator Fred Noonan, made an attempt to fly around the world. They had gone two-thirds of the way around when they disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. To this day, no one knows what happened to them.





14/03/2018

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***** CHRISTMAS FLIGHTS 2017 *****

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4201 N Main Street

Fort Worth TX 76106

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75th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARMY AIRBORNE

We were honored to be apart of the 75th Anniversary of the Army Airborne celebration at

Fort Benning, GA. Thank you to “The Liberty Jump Team!”

Greatest Generation Aircraft is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Foundation, located at the south end of Meacham Field in Fort Worth, Texas. Our purpose is to give history a future. The sights and sounds of historical aircraft in flight brings so much more to the understanding than a simple static display. We strive to educate future generations about what their parents and grandparents sacrificed to ensure their freedom and, more importantly, help them understand the expectation that they carry on with that all-important mission of preserving our freedom.

Our fleet consists of the C47 “Southern Cross” and the A26K “Special Kay.” We also have a Huey Helicopter for static display.

We offer rides and gift certificates for flight experiences, discounts for large groups, SIC/PIC training and more! Together, we can all give history a future and keep ’em flyin’!

Please click on the link below to print out your flight waiver. Please sign and date it. Please have ready at check-in. Thank You.

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Experience the thrill of a lifetime during a flight in an authentic WWII aircraft. Allow one of our veteran pilots to soar with you over the rural countryside of Virginia Beach, the Intracoastal Waterway and the sand dunes of the Back Bay Wildlife Refuge. Whether you are a history buff, an explorer or a photographer, we guarantee a breathtaking experience.

Ready your goggles, helmet and white flying scarf for a flight in the museum s 1941 Boeing Stearman PT-17 Kaydet. This open-cockpit flight is perfect for photographers who always wanted a bird s eye view of Virginia Beach.

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В В В В В В В В В В В 30-Minute Flight – $279

Looking to share your flight experience with a companion? If so, then step on up to the Military Aviation Museum’s Waco YMF-5 biplane. This modernized spin on a classic aircraft is designed with a three-seat cockpit, perfect for the thrill seeking couple.

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В В В В В В В В В В В 30-Minute Flight – Single or Double Passenger, $375

Includes Free Military Aviation Museum Ballcap or T-shirt!

To schedule a ride for yourself or buy a gift certificate for someone special, call the museum’s gift shop at (757) 721-7767 or email [email protected]

Your ride certificate is good for six months from purchase date. It is transferrable but non-refundable. The recipient of the gift certificate is responsible for contacting the Military Aviation Museum to schedule the flight either by phone at (757) 721-7767 or email at [email protected]

You will be required to complete the Warbird Flight Indemnity Form prior to flight.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What if the weather is bad the day of my ride?

All rides are subject to favorable weather. If it looks like the ride needs to be rescheduled, we will contact you and agree on a new date and time.

We want you to be comfortable, but we do recommend jeans, socks and closed-toe shoes (leather shoes are best). Don’t forget your sunglasses!

We ask that you arrive no later than 30 minutes before your scheduled time so that you can receive your ride brief.

Yes, you do (if you want to)! We do the takeoff and landing, but the rest can be up to you.

If you are tailwheel endorsed, you can log any time that you are the sole manipulator of the flight controls. If you are not tailwheel endorsed, you must make prior arrangements to consider the flight a training flight.

Yes, you can. You can apply your gift certificate toward the cost of any flight you want, or you can increase the amount of your certificate to whatever you wish.

Yes, but restrictions may apply. Rescheduling will be handled on a case-by-case basis and depend upon many factors, such as availability of the aircraft and pilot.

No preparations are necessary. Just show up and be ready to have fun.

Our aircraft are maintained in accordance with FAA-mandated inspections and the aircraft manufacturer’s maintenance procedures. All maintenance is performed by FAA-certified and drug-tested Airframe and Powerplant (A P) mechanics that are on staff right here at the Fighter Factory s maintenance facility at the Military Aviation Museum.

The Military Aviation Museum has an excellent safety record and pilots with tens of thousands of hours of flight time. The Military Aviation Museum has an FAA Letter of Authorization to conduct flights and maintains compliance with the requirements to do so, including aircraft inspections, documentation, and pilot training and proficiency.

REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR CAMERA!

**We reserve the right to refuse the flight due to limitations that would adversely impact your safety, the flight, or the crew, such as height and weight, physical or mental impairments, health complications, or any other issues that the management or pilot deems a risk.

Website maintained by Military Aviation Museum, 1341 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA, (757) 721-7767





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08/02/2018

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How to Get an Airplane Baby Bassinet – Style Hi Club,

How to Get an Airplane Baby Bassinet

Our little girl is just under a year old and already she s been on ten separate flights in five countries. It s safe to say that she s flown more in her first year of life than most adults do in any given year. This was very intentional on our part as we wanted to make sure she was accustomed to air travel as early as possible. In fact, she was only a few weeks old when we first applied for her passport. Although I had never traveled with a baby before, I had been on enough flights with kids nearby to know some of the tricks. The most important of them all is the airplane baby bassinet. If you can secure the baby bassinet, you re home free. It s the holy grail of traveling with a baby. How do I get this? you ask? Don t worry, I will teach you.

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What Baby Bassinet?

The baby bassinet (also called a cot, baby basket, carrycot, or cradle) is a tiny bed that connects to the wall of the aircraft that s designed just for babies. Kids under two get to travel on planes for free without a seat of their own. For most parents, this means holding the kid the entire time and letting them sleep on their chests. This isn t the most comfortable way to travel if you re an adult. Especially if you re on a 12 hour flight. The baby bassinet allows you to safely place your baby in their own bed so that you can sleep as well and not worry about their safety. This is a huge score if you re the adult. And also a pretty sweet gig for the baby. Usually the bassinets can accommodate babies up to about 20 pounds. Unfortunately, this means our little girl is about to outgrow them!

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Book Early

There may only be a single baby bassinet on an entire aircraft so it s important to book early. The earlier the better. Make your booking on the phone so that you can get your baby s ticket right on the spot. Usually you can t do this online and, depending on where you re going, you may need to pay a tax for your baby s free ticket. When booking, don t waste any time. Put in your seat request for a bassinet right away. The bassinet should always be free. Most parents show up at the airport thinking the airline will accommodate them. They end up with a baby sleeping on their chest the whole flight. Don t be that guy. Make a plan.

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Airplane cups make great impromptu toys!

Know the Layout

Knowing the layout of the aircraft is just as important as booking early. Chances are the person you re making your booking with will have no idea what they are doing. You need to make it easy for them. Use SeatGuru to know the exact layout of the aircraft you re booking on. In order to use the bassinet, you need a seat with a special mounting bracket in front of it. Some of the schematics will actually show where a bassinet can be placed while others won t. Generally you can figure it out based on where bulkhead walls are. These are the walls that separate sections of the aircraft. You want to be sitting behind them.

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Call the Airline an Obnoxious Number of Times

Okay. So you ve made your booking early, studied the layout of the plane and the airline assures you you have the bassinet reserved. Time to sit back and relax, right? Definitely not. Airlines are terrible! You need to call an obnoxious number of times to make sure that thing is yours. No matter how many times someone assures you it won t be a problem, call and check again. Remember: just because the airline may have more than one sets of seats that can accommodate a bassinet, it doesn t mean that they will have more than one bassinet on board. You have to make sure it s yours. Those other babies on board are going to be out of luck.

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Enjoy!

Once you re on board and in your bulkhead seat you should be all good. The crew won t setup the bassinet until you are airborne and the seat-belt sign has been shut off, but after that you re home free. Tuck that little bundle of joy in for the long haul and fasten the safety cover so that they can t fall out. If you hit some minor turbulence and the seatbelt light comes on, the crew may come around and say you need to remove your baby from the bassinet. We ve found that this really isn t enforced. Politely resist and explain that your baby just fell asleep and removing them would cause screaming. They will most likely back down. Now you can get some sleep for yourself! (Of course, if turbulence is bad, safety first and take that baby out!)

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Besides securing a bassinet, we ve found lots of great gear to use while traveling with our baby. Do you have a trip coming up with your baby? Tell us about it in the comments and maybe we can help with more tips. And hey, if you aren t able to secure a bassinet, there s always the train!

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08/02/2018

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Free Paper Airplane Designs-Printable Templates, airplane flights.#Airplane #flights

FUN PAPER AIRPLANES

Just print out the template onto standard 8.5″ X 11″ printer paper. The fold and cut lines are clearly printed right onto the template, and each paper airplane design has easy-to-follow instructions. Make sure to read the printing tips at the bottom of this page. Also see the Flying Tips page for information about how to get the best performance out of your models.

A4 Size Templates – If you do NOT live in North America, you’ll want to download the A4 paper size templates by clicking here.

You will need Adobe Reader to view these files. Click the link below to download it free from the Adobe website.

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Printing Tips:

  • Make sure the paper is properly aligned in your printer’s paper tray.
  • When printing from Adobe Reader, make sure that “None” is selected for page scaling. Scaling the page to your printer margins will distort the fold lines on the template and cause your model to come out wrong. Also make sure that “Auto-Rotate and Center” is NOT selected.

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Safety:

NEVER throw a paper airplane at another person, animal, or object that could be damaged if you hit it. Paper planes can have sharp edges and points that can injure someone if you are not careful. Keep in mind that paper planes can curve or change direction after they are launched, so make sure your flying area is clear. When flying outdoors, never fly your plane near moving cars or run into the street after your plane. Plan ahead and fly in a park, playground, or backyard.





18/01/2018

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World War Two Aircraft Flights

Experience the thrill of a lifetime during a flight in an authentic WWII aircraft. Allow one of our veteran pilots to soar with you over the rural countryside of Virginia Beach, the Intracoastal Waterway and the sand dunes of the Back Bay Wildlife Refuge. Whether you are a history buff, an explorer or a photographer, we guarantee a breathtaking experience.

Ready your goggles, helmet and white flying scarf for a flight in the museum s 1941 Boeing Stearman PT-17 Kaydet. This open-cockpit flight is perfect for photographers who always wanted a bird s eye view of Virginia Beach.

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В В В В В В В В В В В 30-Minute Flight – $279

Looking to share your flight experience with a companion? If so, then step on up to the Military Aviation Museum’s Waco YMF-5 biplane. This modernized spin on a classic aircraft is designed with a three-seat cockpit, perfect for the thrill seeking couple.

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В В В В В В В В В В В 30-Minute Flight – Single or Double Passenger, $375

Includes Free Military Aviation Museum Ballcap or T-shirt!

To schedule a ride for yourself or buy a gift certificate for someone special, call the museum’s gift shop at (757) 721-7767 or email [email protected]

Your ride certificate is good for six months from purchase date. It is transferrable but non-refundable. The recipient of the gift certificate is responsible for contacting the Military Aviation Museum to schedule the flight either by phone at (757) 721-7767 or email at [email protected]

You will be required to complete the Warbird Flight Indemnity Form prior to flight.

В В В В В В В В В В В

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What if the weather is bad the day of my ride?

All rides are subject to favorable weather. If it looks like the ride needs to be rescheduled, we will contact you and agree on a new date and time.

We want you to be comfortable, but we do recommend jeans, socks and closed-toe shoes (leather shoes are best). Don’t forget your sunglasses!

We ask that you arrive no later than 30 minutes before your scheduled time so that you can receive your ride brief.

Yes, you do (if you want to)! We do the takeoff and landing, but the rest can be up to you.

If you are tailwheel endorsed, you can log any time that you are the sole manipulator of the flight controls. If you are not tailwheel endorsed, you must make prior arrangements to consider the flight a training flight.

Yes, you can. You can apply your gift certificate toward the cost of any flight you want, or you can increase the amount of your certificate to whatever you wish.

Yes, but restrictions may apply. Rescheduling will be handled on a case-by-case basis and depend upon many factors, such as availability of the aircraft and pilot.

No preparations are necessary. Just show up and be ready to have fun.

Our aircraft are maintained in accordance with FAA-mandated inspections and the aircraft manufacturer’s maintenance procedures. All maintenance is performed by FAA-certified and drug-tested Airframe and Powerplant (A P) mechanics that are on staff right here at the Fighter Factory s maintenance facility at the Military Aviation Museum.

The Military Aviation Museum has an excellent safety record and pilots with tens of thousands of hours of flight time. The Military Aviation Museum has an FAA Letter of Authorization to conduct flights and maintains compliance with the requirements to do so, including aircraft inspections, documentation, and pilot training and proficiency.

REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR CAMERA!

**We reserve the right to refuse the flight due to limitations that would adversely impact your safety, the flight, or the crew, such as height and weight, physical or mental impairments, health complications, or any other issues that the management or pilot deems a risk.

Website maintained by Military Aviation Museum, 1341 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA, (757) 721-7767





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Skyrest Travel Pillow – Airplane Pillow – Blow Up Travel Pillow

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SkyRest Travel Pillow Provides Unique Support

Unlike any other travel pillow! Because it s inflatable, it is easy to pack and carry on board. No need to worry about inflation or deflation either. SkyRest Travel Pillow has a removable one-way valve that allows quick inflation and deflation. The world s first travel pillow designed for use in any kind of seat.

SkyRest Travel Pillow: $29.99

It has shown its own matters for being an exceptionally functional travel accomplice. As opposed to the majority of travel pillows, that can only be used to support the neck If you re able to recline and your chair features a sufficient height back, SkyRest Travel Pillow can be utilized in almost any seat in addition to various additional circumstances and postures to help relieve pain while traveling.

It is no surprise this SkyRest Travel Pillow has gained the identify of the planets most comfortable as well as multipurpose travel pillow

When blowing up, start with the inflating valve unscrewed. Pull out the edges. It s now about 80 percent filled with air. With no modifying the form, put in in the inflating valve and finish blowing up orally.

Skyrest Travel Pillow Details

Weighs in at only one lb. It is 14 inches wide by 13 inches deep as well as 17 incehs high in the back portion. It inclines down to 12 inches in height in the front part. When packed in the manufacturing facility it s flattened right into a package approximately 6 inches by 9 inches by 3 inches, however, you can easily collapse it in whatever way you want to fit inside your carry on.

You are able to clean the SkyRest manually or simply sponge or use a damp cloth to clean. Make sure you hold off inflation until you get to cruising elevation, or else the airplane pillow may expand in dimensions. Should you adhere to this process you ll be able to reduce how much inflating you must do.

It is really very helpful on long air flights. Supports the neck as well as upper back for routine airplane travelers. You can snooze in-flight without experiencing neck stiffness upon landing.

The design permits the back to stretch out as well as your neck to be supported while asleep. Being able to wrap your arms across the inflatable pillow additionally expands the shoulders. Arrive a lot more rested compared to what you will experience with other travel pillows.

If you can t remain sitting in the same posture for a long airline flight, this is certainly one of the ways to remain seated comfortably and you can change the pressure points on the back and pelvis by leaning forwar as well as allowing the back to remain straight.

It is definitely not like any pillow you ve ever experienced! Most of us have have been trying to relax with unpleasant airplane seating, hoping somebody might develop a pillow that will allow it to be comfortable to sleep. This kind of inflatable pillow is simple to pack and also carry on any type of plane. The one way valve allows for easy and quick inflating as well as deflation. The amazing design is the first of its kind to produce a comfy sleep posture while on an airplane. It works best for people from 4 foot 10 inches to 6 foot 6 inches.

Its branded style and design is among the very first to utilize the all-natural propensity of your head to lean forward to help you sleep while in comfort instead of simply waking you whenever your head drops forwards. With SkyRest you need your head to lean forward in order to lie down on the comfortable top and obtain relaxation. This is the 1st pillow which creates a genuinely comforting sleep posture when sitting on an airplane. Since it is inflatable, it is simple to bring along anywhere.

The SkyRest Travel Pillow has proven to be an incredibly handy travel partner. Compared with nearly all travel pillows, which can just be employed to help support your neck when you recline.

Instead of depending on the opportunity to recline back in the chair as with most travel pillows, it recognizes that this may not be always easily attainable. Although you may have the ability to recline, the incline might be too small to enable sleeping without having your head sliding forward along with awakening. With SkyRest, an individual leans frontward instead of backwards to rest the head. It doesn t need any kind of specific arrangement of the chair. Regardless if the chair tilts back, just how tall the seat back is or even if you have any type of headrest. It may also be situated in a number of ways and also utilized as being a table top or even desk top pillow for short naps to be able to increase your productiveness.

Since it is an inflatable device and designed to inflate as well as deflate very quickly, it may be stored in your carry-on suitcase and filled with air once you are in your chair. It is quite light-weight and may easily be shifted about with regard to passenger activity.

Allows you to get endless hours of relaxation with regards to your air flights, train or vehicle travels as well as on extended stop-overs between flights!

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Recommended Carseats for Airplane Travel

It s the travel season and for many families with small children, that includes flying somewhere. Since so many carseats are heavy and bulky, it makes sense in some cases to invest in a lightweight carseat just for traveling. Plus, this spares you the hassle of re-installing your main carseat when you get back to your own car, weary from traveling.

Ideally, a spare travel carseat should be lightweight (under 15 lbs), easy to install with the lap-only belt on an airplane seat and narrow enough to fit in a typical coach seat. With that criteria in mind, here are several options to consider.

Infant carseats no need to buy anything new as long as your current infant seat can be installed without the base. I guess it s possible to drag the base with you on the plane but that s just making life harder than it needs to be. As long as your infant seat allows installation without the base (most do but there are some exceptions so make sure you know for sure), it s easy to install the carrier rear-facing with the lap-only belt on the plane.

If you re leaving the base at home make sure you practice baseless installation a few times so when you arrive at your destination you know how to install the carseat properly in the car, using a typical lap/shoulder belt.  Here is a video that demonstrates my technique for quick and easy installations of an infant carseat without the base.

Stay clear of products like THIS and THIS. These products are NOT acceptable alternatives to using an actual carseat on the plane to restrain your child. Along the same lines using a sling or infant carrier also isn t a safe alternative for your baby or toddler because you aren t allow to wear your child during take-offs or landings when the risks are highest. There is a good reason for this but the details are ugly so I m not going to go into it right now. If you would like more info on why slings and infant carriers are not a safe alternative to using a carseat on a plane, please see the NTSB website .

UPDATED November 2015

Convertible seats   if you intend to install the convertible seat rear-facing on the plane then you ll be best served by a seat that is fairly compact which will increase your chances of the seat actually fitting rear-facing in the space you have to work with.





06/11/2017

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Airline Seat Maps, Flights shopping and Flight information- Best Airplane Seats

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Cheap Flights

Do you have the G-Factor?

Your journey – and your flight – matter and who better than SeatGuru to make sure you have the best one possible. No one knows cabin comfort like SeatGuru: we’ve been helping travelers choose the best airline seat for over ten years. And now we’ve condensed all our knowledge into our new Guru Factor (“G-Factor “) rating so you can choose the best possible flight for your journey. The G-Factor gives you comprehensive yet clear information about what to expect from the overall flight experience.

With our newly launched flight comparison search engine, SeatGuru not only finds you the cheapest flights but just as importantly gives you our G-Factor recommendation for each flight option. We’ll tell you which itineraries score high on legroom and comfort and which ones don’t. Each flight from the SeatGuru price comparison engine has been run through the new G-Factor algorithm (patent pending) and comes with our straightforward recommendation: “Love it “, “Like it “, or “Live with it “.

The G-Factor recommendation is based on the following:

  • An overall comfort score based on the type of seat, seat pitch, width, and recline for each cabin
  • Data from over 45,000 user comments on more than 700 different aircraft configurations
  • Our comprehensive customer service and satisfaction ratings for hundreds of airlines
  • In-flight entertainment such as seatback TV, live satellite, and other audio and video options
  • Onboard product offerings such as WiFi, seat power ports, and other additional amenities

The G-Factor algorithm condenses all of the above and more – it is our secret formula used to calculate our SeatGuru G-Factor recommendation for each flight: “Love it “, “Like it “, or “Live with it “.

For those that believe the journey does matter – we’ve created the G-Factor to make sure you have the best flight possible.





08/09/2017

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Trump s revenge? Laptop ban may not have much to do


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Trump’s revenge? Laptop ban may not have much to do with plane security

US to ban electronic devices on many flights

From Tuesday on, passengers travelling to the US from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority countries will not be allowed to have iPads, laptops or any communications device larger than a smartphone in the cabin of the plane.

If you are travelling from Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, or the UAE on Egypt Air, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, or Turkish Airlines, and you want to use your laptop on the flight, you are probably out of luck.

So why is the United States doing this, and how can it get away with it?

The US says it’s all about security

The Trump administration says the new rules were introduced because of intelligence that shows terrorists are continuing to target airlines flying to the United States.

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An unidentified person familiar with the issue has told The Washington Post that officials have long been worried by a Syrian terrorist group that is trying to build bombs inside electronic devices that are hard to detect.

However, as Demitri Sevastopulo and Robert Wright at the Financial Times suggest, non-US observers are skeptical of this explanation. They note that the United States has not been forthcoming about whether the ban is based on recent intelligence or long-standing concerns.

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There is also no explanation for why electronic devices in the cabin are a concern, and electronic devices in the baggage hold are not.

There is another explanation

It may not be about security after all. Three of the airlines that have been targeted for these measures – Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways – have long been accused by their US competitors of receiving massive effective subsidies from their governments.

These airlines have been quietly worried for months that President Trump was going to retaliate. This may be the retaliation.

These three airlines, as well as the other airlines targeted in the order, are likely to lose a major amount of business from their most lucrative customers – people who travel in business class and first class.

Business travellers are disproportionately likely to want to work on the plane – the reason they are prepared to pay business-class or first-class fares is because it allows them to work in comfort. These travellers are unlikely to appreciate having to do all their work on smartphones, or not being able to work at all.

The likely result is that many of them will stop flying on Gulf airlines, and start travelling on US airlines instead.

As the Financial Times notes, the order doesn’t affect only the airlines’ direct flights to and from the United States – it attacks the “hub” airports that are at the core of their business models.

These airlines not only fly passengers directly from the Gulf region to the United States – they also fly passengers from many other destinations, transferring them from one plane to another in the hubs.

This “hub and spoke” approach is a standard economic model for long-haul airlines, offering them large savings. However, it also creates big vulnerabilities. If competitors or unfriendly states can undermine or degrade the hub, they can inflict heavy economic damage.

Weaponising interdependence

As we have argued in the past, and talk about in forthcoming work, the US move can be understood as a variant form of “weaponised interdependence.”

We live in an interdependent world, where global networks span across countries, creating enormous benefits, but also great disparities of power.

As networks grow, they tend to concentrate both influence and vulnerability in a few key locations, creating enormous opportunities for states, regulators and non-state actors who have leverage over those locations.

In this context, the United States is plausibly leveraging its control over access to US airports, which are central “nodes” in the global network of air travel between different destinations.

It is using this control to attack the key vulnerabilities of other networked actors, by going after the central nodes in their networks (the hub airports) and potentially severely damaging them.

What can Gulf airline carriers do?

Gulf airlines have tried to defend themselves against political attacks from US competitors by appealing to free trade principles. The problem is that standard free trade agreements, such as World Trade Organisation rules, don’t really apply to airlines (although they do apply to related sectors, such as the manufacture of airplanes).

This has allowed the Gulf airlines to enjoy massive subsidies, without having to worry too much about being sued in the WTO.

However, it also makes it hard for Gulf states or the states of other affected airlines to take a WTO case against the new US rules, even if these rules turn out to be motivated by protectionism and the desire to retaliate, rather than real underlying security questions.

If this were happening in a different sector, it would make for a pretty interesting case.

States preserve carve-outs from international trade rules when they feel that their security is at stake.

Would the United States prevail in a case like this, where there is a colourable security justification, but where there is also a very plausible argument that the real motivation doesn’t have much to do with security?

Or would the WTO defer to the United States’ proposed justification?

It’s very likely that the Trump administration will make more unilateral rules that are justified using the language of national security, but are plausibly motivated by protectionism, so we may find out.

Farrell is associate professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University. Newman is associate professor of international politics at Georgetown University. For other commentary from The Monkey Cage. an independent blog anchored by a group of political scientists from universities around the country, see www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage.

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04/09/2017

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The Best Way to Find a Cheap Airplane Ticket, According to

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The Best Way to Find a Cheap Airplane Ticket, According to Two Guys Who Set Fares

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Travelers often bemoan the gambling in airline ticket-shopping: Do I buy now or wait to see if the fare decreases? One reason for that casino feel is the computerized alchemy of what’s known as revenue management, the airlines’ 24/7 effort to improve their financial performance by meticulously allocating the number of seats at various price levels and overbooking flights.

It’s an algorithm-based field of math and computer science that is, literally, akin to rocket science. A typical day’s operation for the average global airline involves roughly 100 million fares to be analyzed and managed, says Bill Brunger, chief executive of PODS Research, a revenue management consultancy and a former vice president of Continental Airlines (UAL ). He and Scott Nason, a former vice president of revenue management at American Airlines, discussed the dark arts of airfare pricing on Tuesday at a conference hosted by Airlines for America, the U.S. carriers’ trade group in Washington. (Nason also runs a revenue-management consulting firm, SDN TT H Consulting, in Dallas.)

Advance-purchase rules help segment airline seat prices into different market categories, with a single flight often having 20 or more fares. That model—with purchase deadlines of one to 90 days—helps revenue managers deal with seat inventory that usually comes onto their books a year before the departure date. Fares that are booked 21 days early, for example, generally cost less than fares bought a week or less before travel. Airlines also overbook most flights. The amount of no-show passengers has been remarkably stable over the years, so carriers can predict which routes and days correspond to a high number of absentee fliers. It’s also financially lucrative—overbooking accounts for 2 percent to 4 percent of the industry’s entire revenue, Brunger said.

And if you think buying vacation flights nearly a year in advance will help you get the best ticket price, it won’t. “They don’t know too much” a year out, says Brunger. “When revenue management people are nervous they usually pick a default level that’s conservative.”

As the shopping season for Thanksgiving and Christmas travel approaches, here are a few ideas from the two airfare experts:

1. Book early-ish. Hardly an exact metric, Brunger concedes, but it means not waiting too long, hoping that an airline will have too many empty seats on the flight you want three to four weeks before departure and get desperate to sell them. (That’s exceedingly rare, and means something went wrong for the revenue manager.) The closer you get to the advance-purchase deadlines, the more clarity airlines usually have on their pricing forecasts. When it works as planned, revenue management means an airline has sold exactly the number of seats at each fare level that it had intended—closer to departure, the seats that are left cost far more.

2. Book at a price satisfactory to you. If you can live with the cost and it seems decent, take the plunge. “If the fare feels like a fairly good fare, I would buy,” Nason said.

3. Stop looking. You don’t need to keep shopping a flight you’ve purchased, see the price drop, and feel like a dope. (And airlines are much less likely to refund you the savings than they used to be.) Sure, there’s an argument to be made that such a painful education may help you become a better airfare shopper, but few people are obsessive or patient enough to keep tabs on routes’ pricing at all times. Said Brunger: “Buyer’s remorse is a real thing.”





21/08/2017

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Travel Pillow Challenge: The Quest for Good Airplane Sleep #the #cheapest

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Travel Pillow Challenge: The Quest for Good Airplane Sleep

My greatest weakness as a travel professional? I can t sleep on planes.

If you re like me, then you know the feeling of dread that washes over you when you realize that nothing stands between you and an incredible trip to Europe (Asia . South America . etc.) but 12 hours of red-eye misery, cramped in coach class, a hard, unyielding armrest digging into your hips, head banging against the windowshade, legs going numb as you try to contort yourself in the one miracle position that will bring on sleep. And you almost don t go.

But if you love travel as much as I do, you suck it up and go. In a desperate attempt to make long-haul flights more bearable and find a miracle cure for the sleepless flight, I took four travel pillows with me on a recent trip from San Francisco to Germany and the Netherlands . I chose products that seemed unusual or intriguing. Here s how they ranked. (Spoiler alert: I barely slept a wink.)

Kuhi Comfort Travel Pillow

The Pillow: The Kuhi Comfort Travel Pillow is not your standard-shaped neck pillow. It s made of two soft cylindrical balls, attached by a strap. The selling point is that you can use it multiple ways. Turn it one way and the curved part is by your neck; flip it around and the flat part is against you. Straighten the strap and you can tuck one end over your shoulder and cuddle the other, put it behind you for back support and place it in your lap to rest a book.

The Flight: I was pretty excited about this one the design is original and the materials feel high-end. To my disappointment, the fit is just off. The strap is too short and the balls are (ahem) too big. When the pillow was around my neck, I felt surrounded by material. Trying alternate positions didn t work the pillow is too bulky for good back support and too short to sling across your body. The final blow: Because the pillow isn t inflatable, you have to carry it around in its little stuff sack, which attaches nicely to the handle of your rollaboard but dangles awkwardly if you re carrying a backpack or other bag.

Final Verdict: I wanted to love it, but I just couldn t make it work.

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Cabeau Evolution Pillow

The Pillow: The Evolution Pillow is an enhanced version of the standard, plush (non-inflatable) neck pillow. It s made of memory foam and has raised side supports to cradle your neck or you can wear the pillow backwards to support your chin. It even has a pocket for your MP3 player. It comes with a travel case and memory-foam earplugs.

The Flight: I was the least excited about the Evolution Pillow, but it was actually really comfortable. I used this one while dozing on an early-morning flight, and I did appreciate the extra head support, the soft material and the absence of the inflatable-pillow plastic smell. However, I would like to see a step-by-step video of how the designers scrunched the pillow down to a quarter of its size and fit it into the stuff sack. I couldn t even get the entire pillow into the bag, so I couldn t use the Velcro straps to attach it and it just dangled awkwardly, threatening to fall out.

Final Verdict: Until someone can show me how to make this pillow travel-friendly, I m sticking with my blow-up model. (Editor s Note: Cabeau recently offered us the following instructions for packing the pillow .)

EZ Sleep Travel Pillow

The Pillow: Imagine a miniature version of an inflatable pool mat that you could stand up like a wall between airplane seats, attached by a Velcro strap around the arm rest. What you see in your mind is the EZ Sleep Travel Pillow. The concept is to create a support structure for you to lean against as you catch some in-flight Z s, so your body isn t flopping about like a rag doll.

The Flight: It hit me in the airport if I have the aisle seat and someone else has the window, I may be too embarrassed to set this inflatable wall up. It s big and it encroaches into shared territory. Luckily for me, I had two seats to myself. The pillow does not seem as sturdy as the claim if I really fell asleep on it, I don t believe it would hold my weight without collapsing onto my seatmate. What it was great for was putting against the armrest or the window to create a soft surface to lean against preventing hard metal and plastic plane parts from bruising my body as I tossed and turned.

Final Verdict: If you and a family member are sharing adjoining seats, by all means, set this pillow up. Otherwise, it might not be worth packing the EZ Sleep to use in conjunction with another pillow for your head or neck.

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Travelrest Travel Pillow

The Pillow: Here s a new one an inflatable pillow shaped like a banana, or possibly an apostrophe. It s larger on the top, so you can rest your head, and then tapers into a slight curve (this part slings across your body). A long string at the bottom lets you attach the two ends to secure the pillow around you or your airplane seat.

The Flight: This pillow was hands down my favorite. I contorted my body into all sorts of positions trying to sleep across two airplane seats, and whether I was sitting up or half-lying down, the pillow cradled my head and gave me something to wrap my arms around so they didn t just dangle uselessly. The only downside was the plasticky smell that plagues all inflatable travel pillows, though perhaps that would go away after a few uses.

Final Verdict: While it didn t help me sleep, the Travelrest pillow made my attempts more comfortable. I m keeping this one and will definitely use it again.

written by Erica Silverstein





11/08/2017

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How to Check a Car Seat as Baggage on an Airplane

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How to Check a Car Seat as Baggage on an Airplane

Check your child’s car seat as baggage before your next flight. (Photo: Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images )

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Items you will need

  • Large, clear plastic bag
  • Bubble wrap (optional)
  • Packing tape Sticker label

Step 1

Gather all the parts of your child’s car seat. Some car seats install in a vehicle with only the seat belt, while others require a docking base. Make sure you have all of the necessary pieces to safely install the car seat in another vehicle. If desired, bring along any toys that you would like to attach to the car seat for your child to play with.

Step 2

Place the car seat and any other pieces (such as a docking base) in a large, clear plastic bag, such as a garbage bag or lawn care bag. Tie the bag and seal it using packing tape to protect the contents from becoming dirty during travel. To protect your car seat from becoming damaged, you can also wrap the car seat in bubble wrap.

Write your contact information on a sticker label. Make sure to include your name, address and phone number. Affix the contact information label to the outside of the bag for identification purposes.

Check in at your airline’s desk and let them know that you need to check a car seat. The agent will print an additional baggage tag for your car seat and will affix it to the outside of the bag to ensure it is transported on your plane.





17/06/2017

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Airline Seat Maps, Flights shopping and Flight information- Best Airplane Seats

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Travel Tips and reviews by SeatGuru

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Do you have the G-Factor?

Your journey – and your flight – matter and who better than SeatGuru to make sure you have the best one possible. No one knows cabin comfort like SeatGuru: we’ve been helping travelers choose the best airline seat for over ten years. And now we’ve condensed all our knowledge into our new Guru Factor (“G-Factor “) rating so you can choose the best possible flight for your journey. The G-Factor gives you comprehensive yet clear information about what to expect from the overall flight experience.

With our newly launched flight comparison search engine, SeatGuru not only finds you the cheapest flights but just as importantly gives you our G-Factor recommendation for each flight option. We’ll tell you which itineraries score high on legroom and comfort and which ones don’t. Each flight from the SeatGuru price comparison engine has been run through the new G-Factor algorithm (patent pending) and comes with our straightforward recommendation: “Love it “, “Like it “, or “Live with it “.

The G-Factor recommendation is based on the following:

  • An overall comfort score based on the type of seat, seat pitch, width, and recline for each cabin
  • Data from over 45,000 user comments on more than 700 different aircraft configurations
  • Our comprehensive customer service and satisfaction ratings for hundreds of airlines
  • In-flight entertainment such as seatback TV, live satellite, and other audio and video options
  • Onboard product offerings such as WiFi, seat power ports, and other additional amenities

The G-Factor algorithm condenses all of the above and more – it is our secret formula used to calculate our SeatGuru G-Factor recommendation for each flight: “Love it “, “Like it “, or “Live with it “.

For those that believe the journey does matter – we’ve created the G-Factor to make sure you have the best flight possible.





30/04/2017

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Airline Seat Maps, Flights shopping and Flight information- Best Airplane Seats

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Travel Tips and reviews by SeatGuru

Cheap Flights

Do you have the G-Factor?

Your journey – and your flight – matter and who better than SeatGuru to make sure you have the best one possible. No one knows cabin comfort like SeatGuru: we’ve been helping travelers choose the best airline seat for over ten years. And now we’ve condensed all our knowledge into our new Guru Factor (“G-Factor “) rating so you can choose the best possible flight for your journey. The G-Factor gives you comprehensive yet clear information about what to expect from the overall flight experience.

With our newly launched flight comparison search engine, SeatGuru not only finds you the cheapest flights but just as importantly gives you our G-Factor recommendation for each flight option. We’ll tell you which itineraries score high on legroom and comfort and which ones don’t. Each flight from the SeatGuru price comparison engine has been run through the new G-Factor algorithm (patent pending) and comes with our straightforward recommendation: “Love it “, “Like it “, or “Live with it “.

The G-Factor recommendation is based on the following:

  • An overall comfort score based on the type of seat, seat pitch, width, and recline for each cabin
  • Data from over 45,000 user comments on more than 700 different aircraft configurations
  • Our comprehensive customer service and satisfaction ratings for hundreds of airlines
  • In-flight entertainment such as seatback TV, live satellite, and other audio and video options
  • Onboard product offerings such as WiFi, seat power ports, and other additional amenities

The G-Factor algorithm condenses all of the above and more – it is our secret formula used to calculate our SeatGuru G-Factor recommendation for each flight: “Love it “, “Like it “, or “Live with it “.

For those that believe the journey does matter – we’ve created the G-Factor to make sure you have the best flight possible.





12/02/2017

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