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    Biohazard on board! What to do when disgusting things happen on planes

Biohazard on board! What to do when disgusting things happen on planes

For Ryan Karas and Lindsi Stinson, it was blood. For Angela Rauen, it was urine. And for Linda Cannon, vomit.

Should the babies in business class get priority bassinets?

Even though Kim Centrone made arrangements for Lufthansa to provide a bassinet for her baby on a recent flight from […]

Airlines change gears on passengers flying with bikes

David French remembers the first time he flew with his bike, in 1977. Back then, Continental Airlines didn’t charge him […]

Should you be allowed to watch porn on a plane?

The pornographic images Elizabeth Saft recently glimpsed on her seatmate’s cellphone while she was flying from Sacramento to Minneapolis on […]

Would you care to hold that plane?

Holding a plane for a passenger is an iconic customer service gesture. In a different era of commercial aviation, before on-time arrivals became so important that aircraft doors closed 15 minutes before departure, planes were almost routinely kept at the gate for passengers who were trying to make a connection or who were just late.

Can breast-feeding activists have it both ways on a plane?

One of the hot discussions this summer centered around the rights of mothers to nurse their babies on a plane.

Ridiculous or not? Going out of your way to avoid planes

We’re a nation of drivers, no doubt about it.