3 Big Airlines Jack Up Prices On Multi-City TripsThe largest airlines are changing the way they price multi-city trips, and travelers could end up paying six or seven times what they’re used to.
Actor & 'Avenger' Jeremy Renner Takes Flight With Blue AngelsVIDEO: The Modesto-native stopped to talk to Good Day's Mark S. Allen about flying over his Tahoe home...
What's The Catch With $1 Frontier Airlines Flights?Frontier Airlines announced its "Fly for a Buck" sale this week, but you'll need more than $1 to book your next getaway.
Hobby Drone Prevents Firefighting Aircraft From Flying Over California WildfireA hobbyist flying a drone prevented firefighting aircraft from fighting a wildfire in Southern California Wednesday, a Cal Fire officer tweeted.
Berkeley Bans Use Of Drones By Police, But Authorizes Fire Department For Disaster ResponseThe Berkeley City Council has voted to impose a one-year moratorium on the use of drones by the city’s Police Department but authorized the fire department to use them for disaster response purposes.
Drone Rules Released, FAA Plan Would Allow Businesses, Media, Farmers To Fly UAVsThe FAA released long-awaited proposed rules for drone use Sunday.
Recent Bomb Threats To Airlines Via Twitter Prompts Federal InvestigationIf you saw a Twitter conversation-turned-threat between your airline and a user with ISIS referenced in their name hours before your flight, would you reconsider your travel plans?
How To Survive A Red-Eye FlightSometimes taking a red-eye flight is unavoidable and these flights can be a miserable experience for those not used to them. Do not let taking a red-eye cause you to be uncomfortable. The following tips will help you survive your upcoming red-eye flight.
How To Survive A Long FlightMake a few plans ahead of time and pack accordingly to ensure you survive your upcoming long flight.
Two Economists Tackle The Airplane Dilemma--To Recline Or Not To Recline
TSA Reunites Passengers With Items Lost At SFO Security CheckpointsSo far this year, about 20,000 items have been left accidentally at security checkpoints at San Francisco International Airport, scooped by the Transportation Security Administration which must figure out to how to return them to the rightful owners.
Flag-Flying Marin Residents Attacked By Anonymous Letter Writer For ‘Confused’ PatriotismThe Marin Independent Journal reports that a number of people received poorly-written photocopied letters addressed to “resident” that assumed the homeowners were Conservative and did not support the “black president.” The letter claims that flying the flag makes people no more patriotic than anyone else and is appears to be a “moronic statement” which is “not cute.”

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