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New Jersey Air Passenger Bill Of Rights
Monday, 17 March 2008
New Jersey On the heels of New York’s “passenger’s rights” bill that passed on January 1, New Jersey has announced that they’re working on a similar bill. Other states, including Rhode Island and Connecticut, are drafting similar bills, as well.

New Jersey’s proposed bill requires airlines to provide passengers who are stranded on the tarmac for more than three hours with drinking water, snacks, lighting, fresh air and functioning restrooms. If they fail to provide these amenities, the carriers will pay a fine. New York’s version of the bill carried a fine of $1,000 per passenger, per violation.

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Puerto Rico Luxury On A Budget
Saturday, 15 March 2008
Puerto Rico The folks at SmarterTravel.com – by way of USA Today – recommend Puerto Rico as an excellent winter vacation destination that’s easy on the wallet. Sunny beaches, comfortable accommodations and cheap airfare – under $250 from most hubs to San Juan – make it irresistible, and the country’s current tourism campaign makes it affordable for almost anyone.
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Internet In The Air (Real Soon)
Friday, 14 March 2008
airplane seat American Airlines will soon be the first U.S. carrier to offer in-flight Internet services, pending a few regulatory quibbles. In late January, the airline tested the Aircell LLC wireless Internet system on one of their Boeing jets, and then began tweaking the system. Customers should be able to try it out for themselves on 15 American planes by the end of June.

American, in conjunction with United and Delta, has been working on getting ‘net access into their planes for nine years. The airlines signed on with Connexion by Boeing (who provided Internet services for Lufthansa AG and Singapore Airlines) in 2000, but pulled out following the World Trade Center attacks.

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