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  • New boarding gates open at LAX's international terminal

     
    Marking further progress in the modernization of LAX, city officials heralded the opening of three boarding gates at the new Tom Bradley International Terminal, two of which are designed to handle the largest commercial jetliners....
  • Airlines impose weight limits on carry-on bags

    Airlines impose weight limits on carry-on bags
    When my friend Mike, a financial analyst based in Newton, Mass., opened the overhead bin during a British Airways flight from Boston to London several years ago, he got a nasty surprise. No doubt he had listened carefully to the preflight safety...
  • Airline food: Hot or not?

    Airline food: Hot or not?
    What was the last memorable meal you had on an airplane? Struggling for an answer? Me too. That is why American Airlines' recent announcement that it is working on in-flight meals with two notable chefs, Richard Sandoval and Marcus Samuelsson, seemed so...
  • Asia travel: Five trends to watch

    Asia travel: Five trends to watch
    Geopolitics. Rhinoplasty. Who knew those would be among the hottest topics in Asia for 2011? It was news to me, and I've been going back and forth to Asia for a quarter-century, with trips to Japan and China last year alone. To see what the Asia...
  • Japan earthquake travel update: Airlines divert flights, waive change fees

    Japan earthquake travel update: Airlines divert flights, waive change fees
    Airlines, responding to the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan, were diverting flights from affected airports Friday and waiving change fees for travelers headed to or through the Asian nation. As of early Friday Pacific time, all airport...
  • Cheap-seat basics for air travelers

    Cheap-seat basics for air travelers
    With help from Matt Daimler, founder of SeatGuru, a website designed to help passengers find comfortable airplane seats, and Randy Petersen, creator of the Frequent Flyer Network, which includes the SeatExpert guide to airplane seating, here are some pros...
  • Asia's regional airlines give flight to travelers on a budget

    Air travel in Asia used to be the business of just a few big international carriers. Now it's open skies from Hong Kong to Mumbai, India, thanks to the advent of regional carriers just like those that have made flying cheaper — if not easier —...
  • Top-flight Singapore

    Top-flight Singapore
    A hotel executive recently told me that flying Singapore Airlines is so pleasant, losing a bag became a positive experience. Airline staff apologized profusely, delivered the bag within a few hours and gave him a free flight. It made him want Singapore...
  • Quiz: Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial plane

    Last week, Thai Airways received its first Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial airplane. When the Asian carrier's A380 enters service on Saturday, it will become the ninth airline to fly the super-jumbo jet. Since its debut in 2007, the plane...
  • If you haven't visited lately - or ever - Singapore will surprise you

    If you haven't visited lately - or ever - Singapore will surprise you
    Nanny state. "Asia Lite." "Disneyland with the death penalty." A "fine" city. It's all about shopping and eating. And you can see anything worth seeing in a 3.9-day visit. Or in 3.9 hours. Even without the headline, savvy travelers would already have...
  • Korean Air launches A380 from Los Angeles

     
    Following a lengthy ceremony, Korean Air launched the massive Airbus A380 from Los Angeles International Airport, becoming only the third airline to fly that aircraft from L.A. The humongous double-decker jet lifted off from LAX on Tuesday afternoon after...