Monthly Archives: August 2017

There’s a Faster Way to Get Accepted for Global Entry

While this might sound like a fantasy, there is a way to get through an airport with minimal waiting. For $100, Global Entry allows you to skip security lines, avoid taking off your shoes and pulling out your liquids and laptops, and get to your gate quickly — and it’s good for five years.

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Here Are the Airports With the Best and Worst Wi-Fi

Aside from lost luggage and long TSA lines, slow Wi-Fi can be one of the most frustrating things while traveling.

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Biometric facial recognition comes to Las Vegas, Houston airports

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) continued its federally mandated implementation of facial recognition biometric exit technology at US airports this week with new deployments at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS) and Houston’s William P. Hobby International Airport (HOU).

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JetBlue touts more flexible customer service with new technology

JetBlue says customers will soon be treated to a more seamless customer service experience.

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Regulating size of airline seats gaining support

In the current atmosphere of amped-up scrutiny of the U.S. airline industry, lawmakers have begun taking a more favorable view of regulating aircraft seat sizes and seating configurations.

Now, advocates say, a recent federal appeals court ruling could serve to further galvanize Congress’ newfound support for such regulations.

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