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Worst airlines/airports/flights for Thanksgiving travel

Travel over Thanksgiving can be the best of times. But it can also be the worst of times, and the determining factor is usually the weather. When weather cooperates, airlines and passengers seem to have the holiday travel drill down pretty well. It’s crowded, but we all get there, eventually, without too many delays…if the sun is out. But toss in an early winter storm across the midwest or the… Read Article →

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10 Things We No Longer See at Airports

Air travel used to be a lot more expensive and exclusive before the industry was deregulated, and many airports therefore had a lot more amenities that were included in the cost of your pricey ticket. Of course, the events of 9/11 changed the design and operation of U.S. airports, as did technology and health concerns. See how many of these features, if any, you remember. 1. Observation Decks Plane spotting… Read Article →

circa 1955:  New York's East Side Airlines Terminal which operates on a 24 hour basis to provide transportation to every flight leaving from the city's various airports.  (Photo by Orlando /Three Lions/Getty Images)

10 Things We No Longer See at Airports

by Kara Kovalchik– Air travel used to be a lot more expensive and exclusive before the industry was deregulated, and many airports therefore had a lot more amenities that were included in the cost of your pricey ticket. Of course, the events of 9/11 changed the design and operation of U.S. airports, as did technology and health concerns. See how many of these features, if any, you remember. 1. OBSERVATION… Read Article →