Flight 025. The true meaning of disruption in air travel. Innovations in the front of the cabin that trickle down to coach. A petition to prevent U.S. airlines from limiting leg room. A court decision that changes the game in passenger claims for delays in Europe. A smart-luggage startup proves not that smart after all. Quebec Airport put an Apple Watch on its wrist. United equips its flight attendant with iPhones and its frequent flyers with a secret program.
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Disruption in air travel
LHR and pollution
Air India announces world's longest flight
Stop the leg room war
Innovation in seat design
Europe Court challenges airline excuses for delays
A lucky landing
A non-smart Bluesmart?
Quebec airport and the Apple Watch
AirAsia is an internet company
Malaysian won't re-brand
The Emirates Jennifer Aniston ad
The Miami Dolphins and Heathrow
A teddy bear journey
Airport of the week