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06 SEP 2011:  Robert Rippingdale, 31, starting to choke while eating his beef meal  just 90 minutes into the 11-hour Jetstar flight from Singapore to Auckland .  The man died and the media have somewhat hysterically reported that his girlfriend had to sit with the body of her dead boyfriend during the nine-hour flight . Read more...
06 SEP 2011: Last week I wrote about my initial impressions of Azamara and the ship on which I sailed - the Quest. I also mentioned that this was one my most favourite cruise experiences ever. For sure in the top 20, and possibly close to or even in the Top 10. Read more...
06 SEP 2011: As we approach the 10th anniversary of the most tragic events of 9/11, it seems an opportune time to both reflect and try and answer some key questions.   The travel industry especially has been affected more than most from the devastating events of that day.   Have we learned anything since 9/11 in preventing terrorism attacks?   Is it safer travelling now than before 9/11?   Do you actually feel safer travelling now than before? Read more...
01 SEP 2011:  Tropical Storm Katia is gradually gaining strength over the Atlantic Ocean and could reach hurricane strength by Wednesday afternoon. Read more...
01 SEP 2011:  Canadian travel software development  company, Softvoyage,  has  announced  a new TOURS module to enable B2C business between travel agencies and their customers. Read more...
01 SEP 2011:  A United Airlines Boeing 777-200, from Washington DC  to Sao Paulo, Brazil, was climbing just southeast of Washington's Dulles Airport, when the left engine emitted a huge bang and smoke appeared in cabin and cockpit. Read more...
06 SEP 2011 Passengers and flight crew on an Alaska Airlines jet had to subdue a 39-year old passenger who became agitated and charged the exit door as the plane finished taxiing at Sea-Tac Airport early Monday afternoon. Read more...
01 SEP 2011: American Airlines is really cozying up to its International First Class passengers.  Starting today customers travelling on Boeing 777s between the US and London Heathrow  will receive a quilted bed topper, pajamas and slippers as part of the airline's new turndown service. Read more...
01 SEP 2011: There’s an old saying about clutching a viper to one’s bosom...but I’ve not heard this trick before.  Authorities at Miami's international airport said they found seven exotic snakes and three tortoises inside the pants of a passenger as he tried to board a flight for Brazil. Read more...
01 SEP 2011:  Don't let anyone tell you that Irene was a wimp, or that the whole deal was overplayed for political purposes. It was not. Read more...
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