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The TSA, 2.36″ Knives, Lack Of Threats & Real Threats

On the 25th of April the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will once again allow certain types of knives, and other prohibited items, to fly once again as carry-on items, which I detailed on the 6th of March in Sharpen Your Knives, Polish Your Golf Clubs & Fly!   Since the TSA’s announcement there has been…

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What An Airline Should Never Say To Calm Passengers Down

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 4/02/2009 – What An Airline Should Never Say To Calm Passengers Down This morning while reading the London Daily Mail I was reminded of an event that was initially reported on the 28th of December.   On the 28th of December 2008 Aeroflot (SU) Flight 315, flying from New York’s JFK…

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