June 15, 2024 5:00 PM

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Cathay Pacific Introduces World’s First In-Flight Beer

Being in an airplane 35,000 ft above the ground can alter travelers' taste buds. Therefore, a well-made brew is needed to challenge the issue. Now, Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong Beer Company, and McCann Worldgroup have teamed up to create the world's first in-flight beer.

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This Airport Jacket MIght Be The Answer To Excess Baggage Problems

Why have your luggage checked in when you can just wear it with the new Airport Jacket that has 14 deep pockets that could carry items up to 15 kg. Manufacturing company, Juice Promotions Australia, wants tourists to have a seamless travel experience by getting rid of excess baggage problems.

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Airline Tray Tables Become Artists' Canvas

Upon boarding Delta Air Lines 767 you'll find its tray tables turned into works of art that "celebrates themes of optimism, travel, refreshment, and happiness." In cooperation with the Coca-Cola Company, Delta invited 12 artists around the world to showcase their works 35,000 feet above the ground.

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India To Change Names Of Its Airports For Tourists Who Are Not Familiar With Indian Personalities

India proposed to change the names of its airports according to their respective cities instead of famous Indian personalities and historical figures to lessen confusion among travelers. At the moment, the country has airport names like Veer Savarkar International Airport, Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport and Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport that have foreign guests shaking their heads in confusion.

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UK Parking Rates Skyrocket; Draws Rage Among The Public And Airlines Sector

UK airports are charging travelers double than their usual car park rates when they want their vehicles to stay put on the venue grounds upon vacationing on school breaks and summer peaks. The recent move to increase park charges has angered the public and some airline officials, even calling it outrageous profiteering.

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New Immigration Order Sparks Protests in Major U.S. Airports

Protests in several major airports in the US occurred due to the new immigration policy banning citizens from seven predominantly muslim nations.

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Do You Even Lift In The Airport? Now You Can With Airport Gyms

Bro, do you even lift? Gyms in airports are seen to rise over the trend and would be available in all major ports in the USA.

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2017’s Top 10 Most Punctual Airlines & Airports In The World

Time is the biggest factor in the selection of airlines the most punctual airlines will help you keep your schedule. Of what use is it if the airports are of a delay, the list of the punctual airports will be helpful too. Book for a punctual airline having its route through a punctual airport and have a punctual schedule.

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Smart Airports, The Future For Airline Travelers

Smart airports are possible in a long run but in order to achieve the goal of having the smart airport it is up to the passengers to take the full control as said by Greg Fordham, MD of consultants Airbiz.

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Tourism Boom Is Causing Infrastructure Strain On Thailand

Thailand welcomes more tourists than any other city in the world. The country's tourism is booming, but the influx of visitors is causing a strain on its infrastrucutres.

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The World's Busiest Route Is A Place Unheard Of To Many

The island is compared to Hawaii. It was named as one of UNESCO's "New 7 Wonders of Nature" in 2011.

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Ryanair Plans On Making Air Travel Fare Free; Profit Sharing On Airport's Gains Considered

Ryanair's CEO plans on offering free airplane fares. He expresses how this will be achieved in just a few years.

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Atlanta Airport Celebrates 100M Passengers

Atlanta Internation Airport is the first ever airport in the world that has serviced 100 million passengers in just a single year. During the celebration, the airport has awarded the 100 millionth passenger a special award.

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A New Breed of Mile High-ers

With changing laws regarding possession of marijuana in Colorado and Washington in effect, airports are figuring out ways to dissuade passengers from taking their goods on board, while passengers are figuring out the regulations which can vary from airport to airport.

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