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  • Military GPS Testing Could Hamper Flights, Not Cars

     
    There have been recent reports about how the U.S Department of Defense???s GPS testing could affect the GPS on your dashboard. We just wanted to tell you right off the bat: It???s most likely not going to affect the accuracy...
  • Ski Liberty snow cat waded in to "groom" BWI

     
    Here's a story we missed during last year's twin blizzards: When BWI-Marshall Airport found itself without the equipment they needed for snow removal around sensitive runway "glide slope" antennas, they lifted their eyes unto the hills, whence came...

    Navigating Airports With Car Seats? Here's Gear That Helps

     
    Having kids means hauling lots of stuff. This becomes apparent when flying with children. Parents need to carry snacks, toys and more to try and keep them occupied during the flight, and if the kids are young enough, parents also...

    Hollywood to take flight over the Intracoastal

     
    ?? Aerial scenes from the October 2012??film release??”PARKER” starring Jason Statham, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Chiklis, Nick Nolte??and Patti LuPone will be shot Thursday night over the three bridges that connect Palm Beach to the mainland....

    On airliners, bathroom privileges are not a passenger's right

     On airliners, bathroom privileges are not a passenger's right
    It should have been a pleasant day to fly – partly sunny with a sprinkling of rain possible – for the passengers on the more than 21/2 -hour American Eagle Airlines flight late last month to Chicago from the East Coast. But an unexpected...