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New EU regulations on bus and coach passenger rights

regulating down basic rights New EU regulations on bus and coach passenger rights

SOFIA, Bulgaria - A new European Union regulation on bus and coach passenger rights came into effect on March 1, 2013, providing bus and coach travelers throughout the EU with new rights, the ...

More airlines providing Wi-Fi on their flights

In-flight wi-fi takes off More airlines providing Wi-Fi on their flights

As the globe has become increasingly outfitted with wi-fi hotspots and cell phone towers, the skies have long been the last refuge from constant connectivity.

Work on Nairobi's Airport rail link to start in 2013

Kenya rail Work on Nairobi's Airport rail link to start in 2013

Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome, eTN Uganda

(eTN) - Perennial traffic jams have turned the once swift journey to and from Nairobi’s International Airport into a nightmare, often compelling departing passengers to leave hours before their ...

Air France asks passengers to pay for fuel

Air France Air France asks passengers to pay for fuel

Passengers were asked to help pay for fuel on a Beirut-bound Air France flight that had to be diverted to Syria this week, the airline said.

Poll: Builder's bum, not cleavage, is biggest annoyance to air passengers

Builder's bum tops the list of things that travelers find most offensive Poll: Builder's bum, not cleavage, is biggest annoyance to air passengers

An American woman was asked not to board a Southwest Airlines flight from Las Vegas to New York last month because she was revealing too much cleavage.

Six clever ways to outsmart baggage fees

Air Travel Tips Six clever ways to outsmart baggage fees

PENNINGTON, N.J. - According to a recent report, U.S.

Airlines now charge extra for window or aisle seat

Airlines trying to squeeze out more fees Airlines now charge extra for window or aisle seat

The airline industry's latest tactic to increase revenue -- charging premiums for window and aisle seats -- is making it hard for groups to fly together, say passenger advocates.

Russian Aeroflot wants to blacklist passengers for bad behavior

Push for passenger blacklist in Russia Russian Aeroflot wants to blacklist passengers for bad behavior

Ill-tempered air travelers might want to think twice before throwing a fit at 35,000 feet on Aeroflot. If the airline gets its way, they could be blacklisted.

Twelve passengers hurt when turbulence hits United flight

United Flight 1727 Twelve passengers hurt when turbulence hits United flight

12 people suffered minor injuries aboard a United Airlines flight when it encountered turbulence while flying over Louisiana on Wednesday, officials said.

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