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Air New Zealand And Long Haul Flying

Air New Zealand And Long Haul Flying

Posted by on October 6, 2011  |  Add Reply

Air New Zealand is one of the world’s great carriers and since New Zealand is located, well where its located, every place Air New Zealand flies is pretty much a long haul flight. Paul and Elizabeth chat with Roger Poulton, vice-president of Air New Zealand about ways to make long flights more comfortable and why […]

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Physicist Streamlines Airline Boarding Process

Physicist Streamlines Airline Boarding Process

Posted by on August 30, 2011  |  Add Reply

Frustrated with how long it takes to board a plane, and how frustrating it is to stow carry ons before taking a seat, Dr. Jason Steffen, a physicist at Fermilab, used computer modeling to device a better, faster, more streamlined method … the question is, will airlines adopt his revolutionary boarding procedure?

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Perfect Car For A Roadtrip

Perfect Car For A Roadtrip

Posted by on August 22, 2011  |  Add Reply

Lexus has a new and affordable hybrid that boasts a sporty feel and some surprisingly luxurious touches. David Nordstrom of Lexus joins Paul and Elizabeth for a conversation about the new CT200h. We also talk about the company’s continuing green initiatives which include partnering with some exceptional hotels that are themselves leaders in green technology.

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American Airlines Tests Boarding with Interesting Results

American Airlines Tests Boarding with Interesting Results

Posted by on August 5, 2011  |  Add Reply

American Airlines recently did a test about what’s the fastest and most efficient way to board and found some interesting results. Paul and Elizabeth have the details, plus why it pays to pay to get ahead of the line.

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Road Trips and Distracted Driving

Road Trips and Distracted Driving

Posted by on August 3, 2011  |  Add Reply

With road trips becoming increasingly more popular, and electronic gadgets distracting driver attention, Paul and Elizabeth talk about the dangers of distracted driving.

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Jet Blue Returns All You Can Fly Promotion

Jet Blue Returns All You Can Fly Promotion

Posted by on July 29, 2011  |  Add Reply

Those who just love to fly and don’t really care where they’re going can rejoice, as Jet Blue has brought back their All You Can Jet promotion. The unlimited travel fare will enable travelers to go anywhere Jet Blue flies, as often as they want, for one price. The catch is, though, you have to […]

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Tiny Bubbles From England

Tiny Bubbles From England

Posted by on July 21, 2011  |  Add Reply

British Airways is serving British sparkling wine and it’s good. It’s part of a campaign to feature the best of British produce and foodstuffs in the air.

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Three Of The Best Airlines Working Together

Three Of The Best Airlines Working Together

Posted by on June 23, 2011  |  Add Reply

For the first time ever, thanks to a new joint business plan, the schedules for American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia are coordinated for travel across the North Atlantic. Paul and Elizabeth chat with senior executives of the three airlines and discuss what this means for travelers both business and leisure. They provide insights into […]

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I Don’t Samba — Norm In Rio

I Don’t Samba — Norm In Rio

Posted by on June 20, 2011  |  Add Reply

?Our Travel Correspondent Norm Sklarewitz went off to Rio in the lap of luxury aboard an inaugural flight of American Airlines from Dallas to the city of beautiful beaches and great beauty. Norm talks with Paul about the new American Airlines flight, and also discussed the advances that Brazil is making in making Rio safe […]

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Finding Comfort in Coach

Finding Comfort in Coach

Posted by on May 10, 2011  |  Add Reply

Flying coach is fare from the lap of luxury. Paul offers a few tips on creating your own comfort kit to make air travel a little more bearable on today’s crowded flights.

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