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The best airlines in the US for 2024 - thepointsguy.com - Usa - state Alaska
thepointsguy.com
11.06.2024 / 23:51

The best airlines in the US for 2024

Summer travel is kicking off in full force, and that can mean only one thing (aside from school ending, barbecues and packed flights to Europe): It's time to name TPG's Best Airline for 2024.

JetBlue to launch service from Islip's Long Island MacArthur Airport - thepointsguy.com - Los Angeles - New York - city New York - city Orlando - city Dublin - state Florida - county San Juan - city Fort Lauderdale - county Palm Beach - county Lauderdale - Puerto Rico
thepointsguy.com
11.06.2024 / 17:11

JetBlue to launch service from Islip's Long Island MacArthur Airport

JetBlue is expanding to a new airport in New York – one that's not far from its home base.

Delta to Introduce Premium Select Seats on Cross-country Flights for the First Time - travelandleisure.com - Los Angeles - New York - city New York - city Los Angeles
travelandleisure.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

Delta to Introduce Premium Select Seats on Cross-country Flights for the First Time

Delta Air Lines is about to make flying cross-country more comfortable by introducing its Premium Select cabin for the first time on flights between New York and Los Angeles.

Getting drunk, using both armrests, and standing up during turbulence are among the most annoying things you can do on a plane, a pollster found - insider.com - Netherlands - Japan - Usa
insider.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

Getting drunk, using both armrests, and standing up during turbulence are among the most annoying things you can do on a plane, a pollster found

If you want a harmonious plane journey, best not let your kids play in the aisle, get drunk, or watch a movie without headphones, an online survey from pollster YouGov found.

Hawaiian Airlines Has a New Business Class Cabin—and We Tried It Out - afar.com - Los Angeles - San Francisco - city Honolulu - Hawaiian
afar.com
10.06.2024 / 16:33

Hawaiian Airlines Has a New Business Class Cabin—and We Tried It Out

Flying between the mainland and Hawai‘i is finally getting an upgrade—especially for premium leisure travelers.

I toured American's pilot training academy, where new hires learn to fly Airbus and Boeing jets. Here's what the 3-week program looks like. - insider.com - Usa - county Dallas - state Texas - city Seattle - city Tacoma - county Worth - city Fort Worth, state Texas - county Johnson
insider.com
08.06.2024 / 11:23

I toured American's pilot training academy, where new hires learn to fly Airbus and Boeing jets. Here's what the 3-week program looks like.

Airline pilots, who are responsible for hundreds of lives daily, dedicate years of training and studying to earn their seats in the cockpit.

The 20 Worst US Airports for Delayed Flights - smartertravel.com - Usa - New York - state Florida - city Chicago - state Hawaii - state Utah - city Sanford
smartertravel.com
07.06.2024 / 01:07

The 20 Worst US Airports for Delayed Flights

If you’ve been stuck on the tarmac or stranded at the gate for what seems like an eternity, you’re not alone. A new study by travel website Places to Travel reveals which U.S. airports are the biggest culprits when it comes to lengthy flight delays. Places to Travel analyzed data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics for nearly 2 million delayed domestic flights from January 2023 through February 2024 to find the airports with the longest average delay times.

Flying taxis are closer than ever to reality. The booming industry needs to overcome infrastructure hurdles. - insider.com - Usa - state New Jersey - city Chicago - city Newark, county Liberty - county Liberty - city Manhattan
insider.com
06.06.2024 / 14:59

Flying taxis are closer than ever to reality. The booming industry needs to overcome infrastructure hurdles.

The US's first electric vertical-takeoff and -landing aircraft are expected to fly commercial passengers as soon as 2025.

Book now: Summer business-class award availability to Europe starting for 63K miles - thepointsguy.com - Switzerland - Usa - New York - Canada - city New York - city Chicago - city Newark, county Liberty - county Liberty - Singapore - city Brussels
thepointsguy.com
04.06.2024 / 21:55

Book now: Summer business-class award availability to Europe starting for 63K miles

If you thought it was too late to use your points and miles to fly to Europe on peak dates this summer, United Airlines and Swiss have plenty of seats available.

JetBlue to Open First-ever Crew Base Outside of the Continental U.S. in this Caribbean Destination - travelandleisure.com - Usa - New York - Providence - county San Juan - city Santiago - state New York - state Rhode Island - Puerto Rico - county Westchester
travelandleisure.com
30.05.2024 / 21:21

JetBlue to Open First-ever Crew Base Outside of the Continental U.S. in this Caribbean Destination

JetBlue will open its first-ever crew base outside of the continental United States in Puerto Rico, further cementing the airline’s expansion plans on the island.

Flying Economy with Alaska Airlines This Summer? You Might Get a Free Upgrade - afar.com - Bahamas - Los Angeles - Britain - Usa - Mexico - Canada - city Las Vegas - state California - county San Diego - Guatemala - city Los Angeles - Belize - Costa Rica - city Portland - state Alaska - state Washington - city Seattle - county Reno - county Pasco - city Boise
afar.com
30.05.2024 / 13:17

Flying Economy with Alaska Airlines This Summer? You Might Get a Free Upgrade

It’s already shaping up to be a busy summer travel season in the United States. On the Friday before Memorial Day, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 2.95 million airline passengers, the highest number ever recorded in a single day. And Airlines for America, a trade group representing major U.S. airlines, has estimated a 6.3 percent increase in fliers this summer over the last. While airports are certainly going to be more crowded, one carrier is trying to make the in-flight experience a little roomier for some lucky fliers.

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