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  • And now for some good airplane news

     
    Bra1nchild just sent me a report on airline food. I'll be thinking about this when I'm eating my Southwest peanuts on the way to Florida in a couple of weeks. ELThe question of airplane food was raised some time ago.......
  • Singapore Airlines says sorry for social media posts after MH17

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - After getting a drubbing on social media for making statements deemed "insensitive" after the downing of flight MH17, Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) issued a public apology on Saturday and expressed solidarity with families affected by...
  • Thai Airways reform to test business credentials of military government

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's new military rulers have singled out the country's troubled flagship airline as the first state enterprise to undergo reform, an exercise that will test their unproven business acumen and ability to separate politics from...
  • Worldwide legal claims could await Malaysia Airlines after jet downed

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Malaysia Airlines may need to convince judges from several countries that it was not negligent to send a plane over wartorn eastern Ukraine if the airline hopes to avoid an outsize legal exposure for the downing of Flight MH17,...
  • Skytrax honors Cathay Pacific as the world's top airline

    Skytrax honors Cathay Pacific as the world's top airline
    Airline passengers have spoken and selected Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways as 2014's best airline and Singapore Airlines as the best first-class cabins, according to Skytrax Awards handed out Tuesday.  The awards, presented at the Farnborough...
  • Airbus reassures on A380 door problems

    FARNBOROUGH England (Reuters) - Planemaker Airbus on Wednesday sought to allay any concerns over the impact of door problems on its A380 superjumbo after a German broadcaster reported its breakeven target could be delayed by several years. Airbus said it...
  • Got intel, Uncle Sam? Share it with U.S. companies.

    Got intel, Uncle Sam? Share it with U.S. companies.
    By charging five Chinese military officers with hacking into U.S. corporations on behalf of Chinese industry, the Obama administration claims it is taking a tough step to protect the intellectual property of American companies. In fact, the move isn't...
  • Sleep dreams: Products to help you snooze

    Sleep dreams: Products to help you snooze
    A long winter's nap, for many, has become as luxurious as a Caribbean holiday. And it's a cheaper way to escape the relentless arctic blasts of 2014. But sleep can be even more elusive than a vacation. At least 40 million Americans suffer from chronic,...
  • Garcetti honors former mayors for pushing LAX upgrades

    Garcetti honors former mayors for pushing LAX upgrades
    One of the perks of the Los Angeles mayor’s job is the chance to take credit for the openings of big public buildings — the higher the profile, the better. So in the waning days of his mayoralty, Antonio Villaraigosa staged a lavish...
  • U.S. economy the most competitive in the world, report says

    U.S. economy the most competitive in the world, report says
    Thanks to a rebounding stock market and innovation coming from American companies, the U.S. has regained the top spot as the most competitive economy in the world, according to an annual ranking by Swiss business school IMD.  The report released...
  • Most workers hate their jobs or have 'checked out,' Gallup says

    Most workers hate their jobs or have 'checked out,' Gallup says
    Seven out of 10 workers have "checked out" at work or are "actively disengaged," according to a recent Gallup survey.  In its ongoing survey of the American workplace, Gallup found that only 30% of workers are "were engaged, or involved in, enthusiastic...
  • Homebuilder confidence jumps to a 7-year high

    Homebuilder confidence jumps to a 7-year high
    June is typically a slow month for homebuilders, but a key confidence level reading jumped by eight points this month, the largest monthly jump in more than a decade, according to the National Assn. of Homebuilders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index. ...