Airline Pulse: News and Notes for Dec. 15, 2015
Bomb-Proof Lining Tested in Airplane Luggage Hold
Kayak Now Allows Customers to Book Space Flights
New App Automatically Connects to Airport Wi-Fi
Airlines in United States Still Battling the Gulf-Based Carriers
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A report from the Transportation Department claims airlines in the United States are posting some of their best-ever on-time performance numbers in the second half of 2015.
For travelers who have yet to book their getaway for Christmas or New Years, USA Today is offering procrastinators a complete guide to last-second ways to save money on holiday flights.
Flying can be scary enough, but watching a piece of the wing fall off would be enough to make anyone panic. That’s exactly what happened on a Southwest Airlines flight over Texas Sunday night.
With the news that the FAA will require all drones be registered, the Aerodrome in Nevada has opened the world’s first droneport.
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