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American Airlines responds to viral video appearing to show a toddler kicked off a flight  

 

A video going viral on Twitter on Thursday appears to show a mother and a toddler being kicked off an American Airlines AAL, +2.63% flight because the asthmatic child didn’t keep a mask on.

The airline says the situation was more complicated, however.

American Airlines responds

Tags: Children, Choices, Employment, Environment, Parental Burden, Safety, Travel, Treatment, Video

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16-Sep-2021


Delaware school will PAY parents up to $700 a year to drive their own children to school 

 

A Delaware charter school will pay parents up to $700-per-year to drive their own children to school as it grapples with a shortage of bus drivers.

EastSide Charter School in Wilmington said it will to offer the incentive to parents for the upcoming school year after struggling to find adequate staffing across the board.

Delaware school will PAY parents

Decision could see ALL city's tickets since 2014 refunded

Woman 'falsely claimed she planted a BOMB on board' a plane so her son would not be late to school

Ranting JetBlue passenger scuffles with cabin crew

Tags: $, Children, Choices, Court, Education, Employment, Judgment, Labor Shortage, Parental Burden, Rampage, Travel, Video

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14-Sep-2021


Mother and daughter dubbed 'Karen and Karen 2.0' are kicked off Southwest...

 

A mother and daughter dubbed Karen and Karen 2.0 were booted from a Southwest flight after demanding that other passengers move because they wanted aisle seats.

A female passenger con the July 15 flight took to TikTok and recorded the incident on her phone as the two blonde-haired women began making threats.

The flight was going from Sacramento to San Diego and had already been delayed two hours with the pair arriving as the plane doors were closing.

Mother and daughter

13-Year-Old Boy Restrained On Flight From Maui To Los Angeles

Should you cancel travel plans? A medical expert weighs in

Mom claims Southwest Airlines flight attendant told her to GLUE her two-year-old daughter's face mask to her face

Woman is branded a 'slut-shaming Karen' after 'yelling at two girls' about their skimpy outfits in an airport

Airbnb sues guest who held massive underage party welcoming up to 200 people

Woman is booted off Spirit Airlines plane after lighting a cigarette

Delta Air Lines health surcharge for vaccines could cascade across industries

...vet screams n-word and hurls metal pole at Miami Airport staff...

Video shows unruly passenger growling, screaming 'Joe Biden' on American Airlines flight

Tags: $, Accommodations, Bossy, Celebration, Children, Court, Death, Employment, Hostility, Misconduct, Parental Burden, Safety, Sex, Threat, Travel, Treatment, Video

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08-Sep-2021


American Will Now Deliver Your Pet To Your Home 

 

American Airlines Cargo announced this week that it had formed a partnership with pet logistics specialists My Pet Cab. The company operates 24/7 monitored specialized vans and provides real-time text message updates to anxious owners. It will now deliver your pet out of the hold of an American Airlines flight to any one of 18 airports, and straight to your front door.

American Will Now Deliver Your Pet

Italian student, 20, was mauled to death and 'torn apart' by a pack of stray dogs as she went for a romantic picnic

Ohio man 'called 911 to say his dog had shot herself in the face

Tags: Animals, Attack, Death, Delivery, Injury, Nature, Pets, Travel

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02-Sep-2021


Toxic algae blooms eyed in deaths of family of 3 and their dog on remote California hiking trail 
 

Investigators are considering whether toxic algae blooms or other hazards may have contributed to the deaths of a Northern California couple, their baby and the family dog on a remote hiking trail, authorities said.

The area in the Sierra National Forest where the bodies were found on Tuesday had been treated as a hazmat site after concerns were raised about the deaths being linked to potentially toxic gases from old mines nearby.

Toxic algae blooms

GM recalls all Chevy Bolts over battery fires

CDC recommends certain travelers avoid cruise ships, even if fully vaccinated

Tags: Animals, Awareness, Contagion, Danger, Death, Disease, Environment, Nature, Parental Burden, Plants, Product, Recall, Sports, Terraforming, Toxic, Travel, Vacation, Warning

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21-Aug-2021


American Airlines urges pilots to conserve fuel amid shortage that could lead to more stops and fewer seats on flights 

 

American Airlines is asking pilots to conserve fuel whenever possible as the US sees a surge in summer travel.

The air carrier released a memo to pilots Monday warning about a nationwide supply crunch and urging them to do everything possible to save fuel.

'Use all available fuel savings strategies when possible,' Managing Director of Flight Operations John Dudley said in the memo. 'Every gallon of jet fuel saved is helpful.'

American Airlines urges pilots to conserve fuel

Moment a Spirit Airlines passenger punches and kicks another woman

Spirit Airlines cancels more than 200 flights in a single day

Moment Frontier passenger is DUCT TAPED to a seat after 'groping two female flight attendants and punching male staff member in face'

A Florida woman exposed herself on a flight and had to be removed from the plane by officers

Woman slams American Airlines for losing her two CATS

Spirit Airlines customers rant at beleaguered carrier after hundreds of cancelations for the SIXTH day in a row

Biden administration wants airport bars to 'police' drink sales and ban 'to go' alcohol on flights

Disturbing moment Christian pilot gives American Airlines passengers a three-minute ‘sermon’ revealing his abuse as a child and sex addiction

Bedlam on US airlines and more vaccine and mask mandates

Tags: Alcohol, Animals, Ban, Cancellation, Choices, Employment, Humiliation, Leaders, Mental Health, Missing, Opinion, Rape, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Threat, Travel, Treatment, Video, Violence, Warning

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08-Aug-2021


More than 200 people in U.S. being monitored for possible monkeypox exposure, CDC says 

 

More than 200 people in 27 states are being monitored for possible exposure to monkeypox after they had contact with an individual who contracted the disease in Nigeria before traveling to the United States this month, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To date, no additional cases have been detected.

“It is a lot of people,” McCollum acknowledged.

The efforts stem from the discovery that a U.S. resident infected with monkeypox traveled from Lagos, Nigeria, on an overnight flight to Atlanta that arrived on July 9; the person then traveled the same day to Dallas. On July 15, the individual sought care at a Dallas hospital emergency room, where the diagnosis of monkeypox was made.

More than 200 people in U.S. being monitored for possible monkeypox exposure, CDC says

US sees COVID-19 cases surge by 224% in last three weeks as CDC director says the Indian 'Delta' variant now makes up 83% of all new infections

More than 1.5 MILLION children around the world lost a parent, grandparent or caregiver due to COVID-19

As many as 200 Americans have now reported possible symptoms of 'Havana Syndrome,'

Covid: Anger as half of Australians in lockdown again

ICMR sero survey says two-thirds of Indians exposed to Covid

Georgia boy, 5, with NO underlying conditions, dies of COVID-19 complications including a stroke

More than half of California is under mask mandate again as hospitalizations jump 62%

I was a Covid super-spreader and the guilt is killing me

Colorado 10-year-old dies as health officials investigate plague activity

Tags: Children, Choices, Contagion, Disease, Environment, History, Insects, Lockdown, Masks, Parental Burden, Study, Travel, Treatment, Vaccine, Video, World

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25-Jul-2021


Vancouver airport segregating passengers by vaccination status 

 

Vancouver International Airport has installed new signs in its international arrivals hall, directing passengers into two lineups, one for those who are vaccinated, and one for those who are not.

The messages on the signs are written in English, French, and Chinese.

Vancouver airport segregating passengers by vaccination status

Florida tops the nation in new COVID cases.

Tags: Coronavirus, Safety, Segregation, Travel, Vaccine, World

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24-Jul-2021


The last thing kids need is cameras in their classrooms 

 

Teachers naturally bristle at the idea, which may be the point. But there’s a bigger problem with this particular brand of helicopter parenting: A camera that picks up everything teachers say to their students would also capture what students are saying to their teachers — and to each other.

Full-time monitoring of teachers in the classroom means full-time monitoring of kids — and their not-yet-fully-formed frontal lobes — in all of their unsophisticated glory.

Anyone who’s ever spent a lengthy amount of time with a tween or teen (or been one) knows that they talk first, think later and barely give any consideration to the next hour, let alone the next decade. They often say and do stupid things, and the tendency seems to compound when they’re in groups.

The last thing kids need is cameras in their classrooms

Charges dropped against ‘joking’ Queens substitute teacher who told middle school art students he’d shoot them

Two Boston cops are injured and hospitalized after being bitten and kicked in the head by group of children brawling in a school bus

Tags: Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Parental Burden, Privacy, Safety, Teacher, Travel

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24-Jul-2021


Woman catches man sitting next to her on a plane branding her a 'FAT ASS' in a text message to his girlfriend and joking that he 'doesn't think they'll get off the ground' 

 

A Texas woman was stunned to discover that the man sitting next to her on a plane was complaining about how fat she was to his girlfriend via text message.

Landen Ewing, a baker from Amarillo, Texas, was flying home from Nashville a month ago when she glanced over at the phone screen of the man sitting next to her.

The man was holding his phone 'way out in front of him' making it easy for Landen to see that he was moaning about the 'fat a**' sitting next to him, going so far as to joke that Landen was so heavy that the plane wouldn't even get off the ground.

Woman catches man sitting next to her on a plane branding her a 'FAT ASS'

Tags: Criticism, Etiquette, Neighbor, Travel, Treatment

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16-Jul-2021


American Airlines flight attendant scolds passengers, calls flight ‘a living hell’ 

 

Flying isn’t fun for the flight attendants either.

A flight attendant on a Charlotte-bound American Airlines flight was caught in a TikTok video scolding passengers who mocked the crew during the flight that diverted to Raleigh due to weather.

In the video, a 22-year-old male passenger calls one flight attendant “a fat gorilla” and slings obscenities at her as well.

American Airlines flight attendant scolds passengers, calls flight ‘a living hell’

Southwest flight to Fort Lauderdale diverts after fight leads to smoldering cell phone

Off-duty Delta flight attendant allegedly makes terroristic threats, assaults flight attendants

‘It’s out of control.’ Airlines, flight attendants want stiffer penalties for unruly passengers

Four people are hospitalized after a turbulent Southwest Airlines flight from Chicago lands in Salt Lake City

American Airlines cancels flight from North Carolina to Bahamas after group of 30 Boston teens refuse to wear their masks

Boston teens forced to sleep in airport after mask rebellion gets flight canceled

Florida man 'sparks security scare and flight chaos by threatening to BLOW UP Fort Lauderdale Airport after missing his flight'

American Airlines passengers on Miami flight are ordered to put their hands on their heads for an HOUR due to an undisclosed security threat

TikTok video shows woman on American Airlines plane duct-taped to her seat after she tried to open the door mid-flight

Tags: Abuse, Children, Employment, Injury, Misconduct, Policy, Threat, Travel, Treatment, Video, Violence

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11-Jul-2021


Twitter blows up after IKEA “unveiled” a shocking bisexual loveseat for Pride 

 

IKEA Canada has launched a Pride campaign, LOVE SEAT, featuring “10 loveseats inspired by different Pride flags.” It doesn’t appear the loveseats are actually available for sale (yet), and they were actually designed by LGBTQ designers from Canada.

Twitter blows up after IKEA “unveiled” a shocking bisexual loveseat for Pride

California bans state-funded travel to five states with anti-LGBTQ laws

Tags: Ban, Business, LGBTQ, Politics, Product, Retail, Support, Travel

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29-Jun-2021


Passengers are already flocking back to cruise ships 

 

If ever there was an event to discourage vacationers from booking cruises, it should have been the Covid-19 pandemic. Passengers got sick, ships were stranded, and the industry stumbled badly in its response.

Yet despite a bruising 14 months, industry leader Carnival is feeling buoyant (sorry). While the company is still losing billions—it’s burning through $500 million a month so far this year—bookings for 2022 are ahead of 2019’s bookings, Carnival executives said on a conference call with analysts and investors today. And its not just discounting: Pricing for 2022 cruises is higher than for 2019 as well.

Passengers are already flocking back to cruise ships

Tags: Business, Health, NSFW, Safety, Travel, Trending, World

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24-Jun-2021


Airlines could start forcing passengers to step on the scale before flights after FAA imposes new weight rules for planes 

 

Luggage might not be the only items being placed on scales at airports in the near future as regulators are asking airlines to more accurately estimate how heavy their passengers are.

As part of new safety regulations, the Federal Aviation Administration is requiring airlines come up with new, more in-depth methods of determining passenger and carry-on baggage weight.

Everything from clothing to items such as cell phones must be taken into account under the new guidelines, and the move is an implicit acknowledgment that the average American is getting heavier.

Airlines could start forcing passengers to step on the scale before flights after FAA imposes new weight rules for planes

Tags: Enforcement, Environment, Policy, Travel, Weight

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09-Jun-2021


Why does Mexico have the world’s ‘most violent’ cities? 

 

In 2020, according to a report by the Mexico City-based Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice, seven out of the ten “most violent” cities in the world were located in Mexico.

The organisation ranks cities with populations of 300,000 or more – which are not in declared conflict zones – based on official tallies of intentional homicides.

The city of Celaya in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato came in first with 109.38 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, and Ciudad Obregón. Guanajuato’s Irapuato took fifth place, while Baja California’s Ensenada took sixth. Uruapan in the state of Michoacán came in eighth.

Why does Mexico have the world’s ‘most violent’ cities?

Tags: Environment, Safety, Travel, Violence, World

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05-Jun-2021




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