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LaGuardia Airport New York Fun Facts

LaGuardia Airport New York Fun Facts

The smallest Airport of New York Metropolitan is the “LaGuardia Airport”, among the three airports the largest is the John F Kennedy International Airport located in the Southern Queens. The other is the Newark Liberty International airport, New Jersey. One of the smallest and attractive airports based in NYC that has exciting and fun facts...

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Navy Parachutist Dies During Jersey City Demonstration

Navy Parachutist Dies During Jersey City Demonstration

A Navy parachutist died after recently partaking in an aerial demonstration for Fleet Week this past Sunday. During the demonstration, his parachute failed to open properly and he plunged into the Hudson River in front of hundreds of people, who were observing from Liberty State Park. The man who died, whose identity was not immediately...

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North Korea Announces its Missiles Prepared for Mass Production

North Korea Announces its Missiles Prepared for Mass Production

North Korea asserted on Monday that it had victoriously tested what it claimed to be an intermediate-range ballistic missile, which allegedly complied with all technical requirements and could now be mass-produced. However, US officials and professionals in the area questioned the true extent of its progress. The US, which has consistently criticized North Korean missile...

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Decrease in American Airlines Coach Legroom on the Way

Decrease in American Airlines Coach Legroom on the Way

Airline passengers within the United States have had a significant amount to complain about in the over the course of the last three weeks, but they can soon add an additional item to the list: Later this year, American Airlines intends to give some passengers almost as little legroom as some of the most hard-hitting...

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United Update: CEO to Face Court about Passenger Mistreatment

United Update: CEO to Face Court about Passenger Mistreatment

Lawmakers castigated executives from United Airlines and other carriers this Tuesday as part of the first of two congressional hearings that commenced in an effort to address the highly publicized incident of the airport police dragging a man off a United flight last month. “The reason I’m sitting here now is because on April 9...

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China Ponders Stricter Sanctions on North Korea

China Ponders Stricter Sanctions on North Korea

One of the main points that emerged from Trump’s recent meeting with US lawmakers regarding North Korea is the revitalized accentuation on the need to use sanctions and diplomacy in the attempt to coerce Pyongyang into negotiating. Although the general consensus is that the resumption of talks does seem improbable, analysts believe that the support...

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Qatar Airways CEO Negates the Benefits of Laptop Ban on Flying

Qatar Airways CEO Negates the Benefits of Laptop Ban on Flying

In a surprising and unexpected decision, last month Trump’s administration banned passengers from bringing anything bigger than a smartphone on some flights to the US. He supported this decision alleging security concerns prompted this measure. In a recent interview to CNNMoney, Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways, opined on the matter declaring that: “I...

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United CEO Responds to Outrage Following Overbooked Flight Drama

United CEO Responds to Outrage Following Overbooked Flight Drama

This past Sunday, an overbooked flight sparked strong reactions after the violent manner it was dealt with. In a United Airlines flight, the airline told passenger, after they had boarded the aircraft, that they would need four seats on the full flight to be given up so they could be used by United employees. The...