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“JetBlue Stole My Cameras” … yea, probably not

The photography and airline interwebs are abuzz with a scathing blog post by photographer Jess T. Dugan claiming that on the 18th of December 2012, flying between Chicago O’Hare and Boston Logan, on JetBlue flight 922, the airline stole her camera gear.   There are lessons to be learned here for photographers from Ms. Dugan’s unfortunate…

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Sailing Down The Runway At Boston Logan

Every now and again the strange but true reasons for airport delays pop up … and Monday was one of those days as Boston’s Logan International Airport experienced delays of more than an hour due to a sailboat blocking Runway 27.   High tides and high winds tossed boats in their moorings all along Boston…

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Airports That Twitter & Why It Is An Effective Tool

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 26/05/2009 – Airports That Twitter & Why It Is An Effective Tool Airports have been seeking new ways to communicate with their passengers for decades. From the original implementation of flip-board arrivals/departures boards through websites with live flight status, airports seek to inform and interact with their passengers. Until very…

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How Does Someone End Up Flying As Cargo? We May Never Know!

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/03/2009 – How Does Someone End Up Flying As Cargo? We May Never Know! Every regular flyer knows that airlines move personnel around on their aircraft.  Some fly ‘positive space’ some fly ‘negative space.’  When I have done work shooting for Southwest Airlines I have flown with ‘green passes,’ also…

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