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Unattended TSA Checkpoint Lets People Walk On Through

Sacramento International Airport, an airport expected to move roughly 8.9-million passengers in 2012, ranking it among the top 25 busiest airports in the United States, screened an average of 24,245.78 passengers per day in 2011, flying to more than 30 destinations daily. With the busy pace at Sacramento International Airport, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)…

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Guest Post : Does JetBlue Think Its CEO Talks To Much?

Today’s post on Flying With Fish is from Seth Miller, author of The Wandering Aramean (also a BoardingArea blog). When Seth is actually home in New York City, rather than sitting in a seat flying somewhere, he builds some fantastic tools for travelers, such as a Mileage Run Calculator, a Flexible Fare Search, an Airline…

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Airlines Are Getting Better At Being On-Time & Not Losing Baggage

Statistics, no one really likes reading them … well no, that’s not true, I am sure some people like reading statistics … OK, when it comes to airline information I like reading statistics (just don’t tell any of the teachers who taught my high school math classes, they’d never believe you).  Yesterday, the U.S. Bureau…

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Who’s On Time, Who’s Not…The Numbers Are In…

Its that time of year again, the cold winter chill has lost its charm, the sun is setting later and later allowing you to see the black ice on the road for an extra few minutes at night … and the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) has released its list of the top (and bottom)…

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Flying With Your Cameras On Your Shoulders : Save The Weight

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 28/10/2009 – Flying With Your Cameras On Your Shoulders : Save The Weight With many airlines seemingly clamping down on carry-on baggage weight there is a simple trick many photographer seem to miss that is effective on 99% of the airlines…when travelling, fly with your cameras out on your shoulders.…

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