Mineta San Jose International, which just last week was named the loneliest airport for Thanksgiving travel, is pulling out all the stops to attract more flights and passengers.
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Airlines have been reluctant to refund the federal taxes collected illegally after the partial shutdown of the Federal Aviation Administration.
A review of popular job websites like Monster.com, Careerbuilder.com, and Craigslist.org found hundreds of employers specifically seeking applicants who are “currently employed” or recently employed.
The major American airlines are adding insult to injury, raising fares even while thousands of stranded passengers struggle to get home after last weekend’s big blizzard.
Aviation Industry Consultant, Kit Darby says new airline seats about to debut are skinnier than seating originally in planes, but will they accommodate the waistlines of passengers? (© 2010 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. […]
Mineta San Jose International joins a growing list of airports where you don’t need a printed boarding pass to get on a flight, as mobile ticketing is starting to take off.