Monthly Archives: October 2014

US Airways Changing Gates At LAX

As American Airlines and US Airways continue to integrate, gate changes will be taking place at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).  US Airways gates are relocating from Terminal 3 to Terminal 6 on November 6, 2014. American Airlines will remain in Terminal 4.

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United To Install Tablet Holders in First-Class

A United Airlines spokeswoman said the carrier is redesigning first-class seats with tablet holders on some domestic flights. Earlier this year, the carrier began the process of outfitting aircraft with the ability to stream on-demand video content to personal devices.

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Delta Expands Basic Economy Fare to Additional Markets

Delta Air Lines is offering its Basic Economy Fare in additional markets. Delta spokesman Paul Skrbec said the airfare is popular with customers who want the lowest price. The basic economy fare does not allow refunds, reservation changes or advance seat selection.

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Save Your Jokes for Another Time

While it is not illegal to crack a joke at TSA security checkpoints, it is incredibly senseless. Joking at a security checkpoint can cause unnecessary  delays to you and other travelers as security must assess whether there is a real threat or not. As you travel, be smart and careful what you say around heightened security areas.

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Security Stepped Up At Boston’s Logan Airport

Travelers flying in or out of Logan International Airport in Boston may notice heightened security measures at the facility. Officials say the extra measures are precautionary, rather than a response to a specific threat.

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