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Airlines Aim to Trick Your Taste Buds at 30,000 Feet

Airlines Aim to Trick Your Taste Buds at 30,000 Feet

Plastic cutlery and cups are also largely to blame when your drinks don’t taste as good while you’re flying.
Airlines Aim to Trick Your Taste Buds at 30,000 Feet

Airlines Aim to Trick Your Taste Buds at 30,000 Feet

Plastic cutlery and cups are also largely to blame when your drinks don’t taste as good while you’re flying.
If you want to marry into the royal family, you’ve got to get military training first

If you want to marry into the royal family, you’ve got to get military training first

Meghan Markle will need military training before she walks down the aisle with Prince Harry. At first glance, this sounds a bit bizarre, but it’s…
Ryanair Finds One Benefit to Union Recognition

Ryanair Finds One Benefit to Union Recognition

Ryanair might not have wanted to accept unionization, but one of the consequences could be growth at airports it had previously shunned. -Patrick Whyte
Samsung Launches Unreal 30TB SSD Capable of Holding Anything You Own

Samsung Launches Unreal 30TB SSD Capable of Holding Anything You Own

Samsung has announced a new 30TB SSD designed for businesses and individuals who need an absolutely enormous amount of storage and can afford to pay for it. The post Samsung Launches Unreal 30TB SSD
The sleepy medieval city at the heart of the Russia spy attack is a UK military hub

The sleepy medieval city at the heart of the Russia spy attack is a UK military hub

When the former Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, were found slumped on a bench in the center of the British city of…
Ryanair Plans to Capitalize on Norwegian’s Problems

Ryanair Plans to Capitalize on Norwegian’s Problems

With Norwegian and others out of the way, Ryanair would have access to more pilots and probably be able to reduce its aircraft costs. -Patrick Whyte
Brexit’s Ripple Effects Worry Scandinavian Airline SAS

Brexit’s Ripple Effects Worry Scandinavian Airline SAS

It's not just UK airlines that are concerned about Brexit. An acrimonious departure could create uncertainty all over Europe. -Patrick Whyte
El PP censura al menos 67 nombramientos ‘in extremis’ antes del cambio de Gobierno en la Junta

El PP censura al menos 67 nombramientos ‘in extremis’ antes del cambio de Gobierno en la Junta

La 'número dos' de la Consejería de Salud carga contra su 'número tres' por ignorar sus órdenes
Un pediatra acepta 26 años de prisión tras reconocer abusos a seis niños en Almería

Un pediatra acepta 26 años de prisión tras reconocer abusos a seis niños en Almería

El facultativo había sido extraditado desde su Colombia natal, donde cumplió condena por hechos similares
Scandinavian Airlines Settles With Pilots to End Week-Long Strike

Scandinavian Airlines Settles With Pilots to End Week-Long Strike

Perhaps a larger, more profitable airline could have withstood a longer strike. But SAS is among Europe's smaller carriers, and unlike many of its competitors, it is not owned by a big group. It had
The Anti-Flying Movement Is Slowly Starting to Hurt European Airlines

The Anti-Flying Movement Is Slowly Starting to Hurt European Airlines

A lot of people feel guilty about flying, but the number prepared to give it up is still pretty small. That's not to say it can't grow, especially as climate change becomes more of a priority. Should
Plastics in Airline Catering Raise Questions About Carbon Emissions

Plastics in Airline Catering Raise Questions About Carbon Emissions

Airlines have a love-hate relationship with plastics, especially when it comes to food and beverage. Plastics pose a serious environmental threat, but at the same time they're lightweight and thereby
European Governments See Renewed Importance of National Airlines

European Governments See Renewed Importance of National Airlines

European governments once believed they could rely on the market to ensure their links to the outside world. But many are starting to become more protective of their national airlines. In many ways,
Scandinavian Airlines Is Ending Duty-Free Sales to Curb Carbon Emissions

Scandinavian Airlines Is Ending Duty-Free Sales to Curb Carbon Emissions

Although this is a step in the right direction, it's difficult to see how much of an impact this will have. Air travel is still a major pollutant and until somebody invents an alternative to jet fuel,
Airlines May Have a Tougher Road to Reducing Plastics Than Hotels

Airlines May Have a Tougher Road to Reducing Plastics Than Hotels

It's easy to say that travel companies should ditch plastics to help save the environment, but this will be much harder for airlines than some other sectors. -Sarah Enelow-Snyder

5 essential data analyst skills (and how to learn them)

If you’re reading this, you’re likely well aware of the fact that data analysts are in high demand. With more companies gathering staggering amounts of information — and scrambling to leverage it in
Scandinavian Airlines CEO Warns Airlines to Get Real Over Environment

Scandinavian Airlines CEO Warns Airlines to Get Real Over Environment

Businesses invariably hate regulation, but sometimes it takes threats and fines to help change things for the better. Would airlines really be pushing their green credentials if consumers,
Scandinavian Airlines Pulled Out Vintage Images Of Old Menu Cards And In-Flight Meals

Scandinavian Airlines Pulled Out Vintage Images Of Old Menu Cards And In-Flight Meals

Scandinavian Airlines, usually known as SAS, is the flag carrier of Sweden, Norway and Denmark, which together form Scandinavia. SAS...
Businesses in Sweden Want Their Employees to Fly Less

Businesses in Sweden Want Their Employees to Fly Less

Trends like this take time to play out, but that doesn't mean things aren't changing. Even if it's only a few people, in a few countries, the backlash against flying is real. -Patrick Whyte