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Rights Of Ill And Dying Air Passengers
Wednesday, 03 September 2008
airplane According to aviation law, an airline can’t refuse to carry a passenger with a disability that might offend or inconvenience other passengers.  But can they deny service to a passenger who’s dying?  The answer, as it turns out, is yes.

According to the travel blog Tripso, a terminal cancer patient was recently refused a ticket when he attempted to fly home from Maine to Florida in order to say his final farewells to family and friends. The carrier, Allegiant Air, consulted with the medical advising service MedLink and determined that the man was too ill to fly. Legally, they were within their rights to do so.

Eurodam Holland America's Newest Ship
Monday, 01 September 2008
Eurodam cruise ship Holland America’s biggest, newest cruise ship, Eurodam, took to the seas on July 1.  The 86,700-ton, 2,104-passenger ship is the first in the new Signature-class series for the line, and Holland America has cannily kept cruisers interested in the new cruise ship by sharing every step of the process – design, construction, engineering and operation – online while the ship was built in Italy.

Visitors Guide to Beijing China Culture
Friday, 29 August 2008
Beijing Ming Tombs Westerners visiting Beijing are sure to be in for some serious culture shock. Fortunately, MSNBC’s “Well-Mannered Traveler” offers some solid advice to help prepare visitors for the East-West differences they’ll encounter, now that Beijing has become a tourism destination. While Beijing has undergone a notorious clean-up campaign to prepare for the Olympic games, John Campbell, a writer and music promoter who lives in China, advises that amenities still don’t always come up to Westerner’s standards.

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