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If you are flying out of Boston Logan International Airport, be prepared to have a brief conversation with a Transportation Security Administration officer who will be interested in more than what you have to say. Under a 60-day pilot program that starts...
Money & CompanyThe airline industry is protesting the Obama administration's plan to increase fees and taxes on commercial passengers and corporate jets to help battle the nation's debt crisis. Two of the world's largest airline trade groups say the proposed fees and......
*If you want to fly on a big new Airbus A380, check out Air France, which operates the aircraft on most transatlantic flights and has just launched Premium Voyageur class with roomy seats and prices between business and economy. *Airports in Munich,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesGeopolitics. Rhinoplasty. Who knew those would be among the hottest topics in Asia for 2011? It was news to me, and I've been going back and forth to Asia for a quarter-century, with trips to Japan and China last year alone. To see what the Asia...
L.A. Times Tech BlogFor technophiles, a whoopee cushion just doesn't cut it on April 1. Here's a culled list of some of the best gags from around the Web: 1. Google launched Gmail Motion in beta Friday -- a new service untethering Gmail......
Opinion L.A.April Fool's Day in France is called ''poisson d'Avril'' -- April Fish. Is Ryanair, the low-cost Euro-carrier, just fishing for publicity when it announces on April 1 that it's instituting child-free flights later this year? And it cites suspiciously...
Culture Monster-- Controversial decision: New York's Landmarks Preservation Committee votes against granting landmark designation to a building scheduled for demolition, paving the way for the construction of an Islamic center and mosque near ground zero. (CNN) --...
Brand XSarah Palin and Michele Bachmann join forces: Tea party favorites rallied together in Minnesota. "I knew that we'd be buddies when I met her when she said, 'Drill here, drill now,'" Palin said. "And then I replied, 'Drill baby drill,' and then we both...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor a decade, the French author and comic Phil Marso has been fighting a losing battle against the ubiquity of jangling mobile phones. He even tried to promote a cellphone-free day in February titled "A Day without blah blah." Not that anybody noticed....
I am flying United Airlines from LAX to Honolulu. United is charging me an additional $98 to sit in "economy plus." So rather than $364 for my flight, with taxes, luggage fees and this "economy plus," I'm paying $498. Are all airlines squeezing...
Plane-versus-train dilemma Thank you for your article on Europe by plane and train ["Planes, Trains & Buses," Sept. 23]. My husband and I are planning a London-Zurich-Paris trip, and although I consider myself travel savvy, I have been having plane-...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLondon You can get there cheap. You can get there fast. But can you get there cheap and fast? We hit the road to test transit options here and abroad. Cheap, fast transportation continues to be the talk of Europe, where dozens of budget airlines tout...
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