Bags Fly Free But At What Cost? - It is Alive in the Lab
By Scott Sheppard
On December 7 my wife, Sheryl, returned from Chicago after visiting
our daughter Stephanie. Though her plane arrived on time, all was not
well. We waited at the Oakland airport for her luggage for what seemed
like an eternity. ... Perhaps they should charge and use the money to
hire baggage handlers who could unload airplanes closer to the 20 to
25 minute goal? The sad part is that we fly Southwest Airlines using
their web-only lowest fares; however, even if we paid the ...
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L.A. airport police union urges full-body scans at checkpoints ...
"Testing of whole-body scanners at LAX has shown them to be highly
effective in keeping dangerous materials off airplanes." The
technology, known as millimeter wave imaging, has been in partial use
at LAX since April 2008. ...
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Tick … Tick … Tick … « The Underground Conservative
By The Underground Conservative
No airplanes are landing or departing from Bakersfield's airport this
morning as officials deal with an "ongoing security incident,"
according to the Federal Aviation Administration. As of 10 a.m, at
least 15 fights had been delayed, ...
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Pepper and I had met years before while flying medevacs and had kept
in touch, only to wind up years later flying the same type of aircraft
out of the same airport. In fact, the last time I flew with him was a
few months ago, ... The departure was uneventful, and we cruised well
above any clouds for an hour while talking about airplanes and playing
with the on-board satellite weather. We noted the weather in Timmins
had improved from absolute minimums to 3 miles ...
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