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New Baggage Announcement by Air Canada Vacations

January 23, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Air Canada recently changed its baggage policy for Sun destinations in Mexico & the Caribbean. These new guidelines have no impact on Air Canada Vacations passengers to these destinations. The first bag, weighing up to 23 kg, is still free for each passenger. The same is true for transatlantic flights.However, baggage fees do apply for Air Canada Vacations passengers travelling to destinat

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Record Fine For Southwest Airlines

January 20, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Passenger safety and comfort are most important for Airlines and to ensure these, Department of Transportation has a defined set of rules. Failing to comply with these rules may cost airlines. Recently Southwest Airlines was fined US $1.6 million for not letting passengers get off the planes that were stuck on the ground for hours during a freezing winter storm in Chicago. This amount is by far a

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Passengers Open the Emergency Doors in Protest to Delayed Flight

January 14, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Bad weather, technical difficulties and some other un-avoidable factors often adds on the delays and in turn passenger frustrations. But these what these China Eastern passengers did in protest to a delayed flight might seem a bit extreme to you. was already seven hours behind schedule at 3:45am on Saturday morning because of snow when crew began to de-ice the plane at the Kunming airport.

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Smart Airports : Airports installing iPads for travelers

January 13, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Feel bored, exhausted and uninspired while waiting for unless hours for your connecting flights at airports? Well your next waiting experience might not be as boring. According to a news published in New York Times, some airports in North America are installing hundreds of iPads to be used by its travelers waiting for their next connecting flights.As per the news, "In November, OTG, a compan

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Former Korean Air Vice President Faces Charges Over Her "Nut Rage"

January 9, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Cho Hyun-ah, former Vice President and daughter of Korean Air Line's chairman, is facing charging over her notorious "Nut Rage" incident. Cho kicked out a senior Crew member out of a plane at John F. Kennedy airport. The flight attended failed to offer her macadamia nuts the way she wanted i.e not in a bowl but in a packet. According to an eye witness when the flight attendant Park Chang-J

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Luggage found after 20 years

December 30, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

Have you ever lost a luggage at an airport? How long did it take you to get it back if you ever recovered it? In most cases airlines do their best to get the luggage to its owner in timely manner but for this Arizona artist it took two decades to reunite with her lost luggage. Maria Dellos, a Tuscon based artist who owner of an art shop, says she received a call out of the blue from a Transpor

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Incredible Landing By Virgin Airline Pilot

December 30, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

Las Vegas bound Virgin Airlines plane was forced to turn around and made an emergency landing at Gatwick Airport, England when it developed a problem with its landing gear. Soon after its departure for Las Vegas, the plane turned back and circled around the south coast to dump the fuel, so as to minimize the risk of fire in a forced landing.According to the airline spokesperson the plane u

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