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Two Delta Planes Collide Chicago O'Hare 7 Flights in Runway Collisions Accidents

July 30, 2011 8:00pm by hearit

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Seriously, Delta? Two more Delta Airlines planes collide on the runway at Chicago's O'Hare Airport July 29, 2011--in yet another airplane collision that seems to mark a trend for the company that's now had seven (7) planes in tarmac accidents or 'incidents' in just 4 months. This part's good: Delta's dubbing the most recent Illinois collision a "taxiway incursion". Read more

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Lurker Outside Hotel Room Is Just Creepy Crowne Plaza Sleeping Monitor

July 25, 2011 12:07am by hearit

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Four out of ten people snore in the UK -- and Crowne Plaza plans to do something about it: The hotel chain introduces "snore absorption rooms" at new locations--but also introduces human "Snore Monitors" to 'patrol' Britain hotel floors. Those would be humans, basically lurking to report snoring offenders. It's invasive, and its creepy to the tenth power. Read more

TSA Plays Fool Forced to Drop Miyamae Felony Sexual Abuse Charges

July 21, 2011 1:58am by hearit

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The TSA agency known for groping arrests an airline traveler for the same in Phoenix: Officers claim Yukari Miyamae woman grabbed an agent's breast, applying a squeeze and twist. But the agency that wants to prosecute a sexual abuse felony is out of luck. Some should've done homework, now forced to abandon the charge that has no sexual motivation. Read more

Denver Center Air Traffic Controller Drunk on Job in Alcohol Test

July 19, 2011 4:08pm by hearit

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) investigates an air traffic controller who's allegedly not only drunk on the job--but actively working at the air traffic Denver Center in Longmont, Colorado, when getting popped by a random drug and alcohol test. The employee's been in rehab since the incident. Read more

Two Delta Planes Collide at Boston Airport in Second Runway Accident

July 15, 2011 3:08pm by copythis

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If passengers don't already worry over air travel, it seems fliers can have anxiety even before take-off: Two Delta planes collide July 14 in takeoff preparation at Boston's Logan Airport. The crash follows April's JFK taxiing collision in New York and marks the second runway accident in 3 months. Three Delta planes have now had runway accidents in just months. Read more

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Jet Blue Alleviates L A Freeway Disaster Offers $4 Flights in Carmaggedon

July 13, 2011 7:53pm by hearit

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It's pure marketing genius: While news outlets won't shut up about the oncoming point of certain disaster that's been dubbed "Carmageddon", Jet Blue makes the wise move to profit off the free exposure. After all, anchors across the nation are going to continue talking about the potential "disaster" that's going to bring absolute ruin to L.A. Read more

Screw the Water Pass the Lube TSA OKs Sex Toys in On Board Flights

July 7, 2011 11:45pm by hearit

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It's an interesting irony: while air travelers are prohibited by TSA and airlines from boarding with liquids like water, sex toys are fine to bring on board that plane--including restraints and whips. Read more

Southwest Airlines Releases Pilots Name Photo of James Taylor in Gay Rant

June 29, 2011 11:46pm by hearit

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It's quite an irony: TSA and airlines subject passengers to more and more stringent rules to fly--supposedly to protect passengers and maintain safety--yet Southwest Airlines and the FAA allow a pilot filled with hate to fly airplanes carrying hundreds. James Taylor apologizes to flight attendants to avoid a lawsuit. If you're the public or a Southwest customer, don't expect one. Read more

Southwest Airlines Boots Muslim Passenger Before Pilots Rant Bashing

June 27, 2011 2:46pm by hearit

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Southwest Airlines crew disciplined a U.S. citizen--removing her from a flight for wearing a headscarf and refusing to allow her on the flight because of crew discomfort, in an act called anti-Muslim. Three Jews are thrown off an Alaska flight, the same day, for ritual prayer. Read more

Call for Southwest Airlines Boycott in Homophobic Pilot Rant Gay Bashing

June 25, 2011 12:21am by hearit

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A Southwest Airlines employee is back to work flying passengers--after the pilot's open mic taped audio rant filled with obscenities and homophobic slurs, open admission of hating gays, and dubbing overweight women "pigs". Lawmakers and customers call for a boycott of the airline. Read more

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