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The woman was hospitalized after contracting the disease, and passengers on a flight from J.F.K. to Tel Aviv are told to watch for symptoms. ... Travel site." href="https://www.nytimes.com/2

In the past, when passengers were removed from flights, only fellow travelers knew; now social media exposes these disputes to a worldwide audience. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.

3. On The Road: Airport Maps and Apps Show the Way to Good Food
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
As airport food improves its reputation, airports and food service operators are trying to entice more passengers away from their departure gates in search of a good meal. ... Travel site."

4. On the Road: Trying to Revive Trusted Traveler Program
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
The T.S.A. plans a test program that will provide preapproved passengers with boarding passes encoded with personal identification information. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytim

5. On the Road: As Summer Approaches, Odd Behavior Onboard
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Events that suggest an unusual amount of weirdness in air travel lately include three cases of passengers trying to force open the cockpit or cabin door. ... Travel site." href="http://f

6. In Transit: American Airlines Tests In-Flight Streaming Video
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
American Airlines is testing a system by its Internet provider, Aircell that will allow passengers to view streaming video on their laptops, tablets and other portable wireless devices. ... Tra

...fishing boat from Libya limped its way into the port of this tiny island, crammed with at least 166 shivering passengers, all of them apparently migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa. ... leggi tutto (re...

8. In Transit: Delta Starts Tracking Bags
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Delta Airlines has begun a system that allows its passengers to track their bags after they've been checked in, the carrier announced recently. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytim

9. In Transit: U.S. to Announce New Rules to Protect Air Passengers
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
The United States Department of Transportation is set to announce new regulations designed to protect air passengers. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=2a0781

10. Practical Traveler: Guide to Being Bumped (or Not)
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Eager to gain free travel vouchers and hotel rooms, some passengers have turned getting bumped into an art form. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=a0dcc0c4823

11. In Transit: David Burke Takes His Cuisine to the Air
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...r two months, continuing through April, the chef David Burke will design dishes for first- and business-class passengers on long-haul Lufthansa flights out of Germany, part of the airline's "Star Chef...

...iami airport.To reduce the stress of flying, museums and airports are working together to entertain and amuse passengers as well as raise money for the cultural institutions. ... Travel site." ...

13. On the Road: For Air Passengers, Future Doesn?t Look Rosy
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Higher fares, more crowded planes and fewer flights to small and medium-size airports are predicted at an annual F.A.A. conference. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click

14. The Cruise Issue: Q&A: 25 Years on the Sea and Counting
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Capt. Dag Dvergastein recently left the Regent Seven Seas Voyager, disappointing many long-time repeat passengers. Now with Seabourn Cruise Line, he answers questions about the captain?s life. ..

15. Practical Traveler: How to Fight Back When Your Flight Is Canceled
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Flights get canceled. Passengers get bumped. But there are steps you can take to minimize the damage. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=e319ea715d3d152f1dd8a9

16. In Transit: Delta Lets Passengers Name a Price for Bumping
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Delta Air Lines has been rolling out a procedure that allows passengers to name the price that they'd have to be paid to be bumped from flights. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nyti

17. On the Road: In a Crisis, Travel Agents Can Still Have an Edge
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Even passengers used to making their own arrangements should consider that having a travel agent can help them during major disruptions. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/

18. Journeys: Deaf Divers Sign in the Soundless Depths
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
On dive trips that mix deaf and hearing passengers, both groups benefit from the interaction. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=b9a2e8a940eb615b59776588477b5e

Passengers from Honduras on their way to Genoa, Italy, rest at T4 terminal of Barajas airport in Madrid on Friday, Dec. ... leggi tutto (read all) Passengers from Honduras on their way to Genoa, It

20. Passengers Unmoved by Protests Against Scan
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Americans celebrated National Opt-Out Day in relative quiet, partaking peacefully in the traditional running of the airport security line. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.co

Florence Hudson, who works in energy efficiency for I.B.M., has some ideas for conserving passengers? energy in airports. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=8a

22. Journeys: Passengers Push for Child-Free Flights
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Some travelers are calling on airlines to introduce child-free flights, or designate ?family-only? sections on planes. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=ecaec

23. Flier Patience Wears Thin at Checkpoints
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...ent is facing growing criticism from travel industry groups over the escalating security measures for airline passengers. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=e0...

24. On the Road: Preclearing Customs, a Prized Advantage
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...re significant benefits to the United States Customs and Border Protection preclearance program, which allows passengers bound for the United States to clear customs at one of about 15 airports mostly...

25. Continental Sets Date to Start Charging for Food
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Continental, the major air carrier that was the last holdout, will start charging economy-class passengers for meals on domestic flights on Oct. 12. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.

26. A Mingling of Leaf-Peeping and Time Travel
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Vintage railroads throughout the Northeast bring passengers fall foliage views they can?t enjoy from a road. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=50db6a855cf06f4

27. Practical Traveler: Are Scanners Worth the Risk?
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Some passengers and experts are concerned about radiation, and about what happens if they refuse a scan. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=e916113f99fdaa75759

28. American Offers Discount to Stranded Mexicana Passengers
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
American Airlines and its regional affiliate, American Eagle, are offering a 20 percent discount to any customers affected by the sudden shutdown of Mexico's largest airline, Mexicana. ... Trav

...ke me hysterical a With two flight attendants remaining, it was against regulations to fly with more than 100 passengers.a TM Photograph: Alamy Does China have to be top at absolutely everything? Unti...

30. Back home with one-way car hire
(English news/English news)
...nt shutdown of European aviation due to the ashes from the Icelandic vulcano of Eyjafallajokull, thousands of passengers have been stranded at airports all over northern and central Europe. Train serv...

31. Debating a Passenger Code of Conduct
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
A Room for Debate post takes a look whether stricter rules for passengers would have helped in Monday's JetBlue flight attendant case. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/cl

32. Frequent Flier: Making Friends Aloft, With Meatballs as the Icebreaker
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Clouded by doubts over the vocation of meatballs, the founder of MamaMancini?s got his answer from fellow passengers. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=91f45a

33. Letter: Passengers? Rights
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...ls and United States airline carriers need to wake up and come up with legislation and/or rules to compensate passengers for their inconveniences like the EC 261 law. ... Travel site." h...

When flights are delayed or canceled, the European Union requires airlines to pay for passengers? hotel rooms and meals. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=2e4

35. Itineraries: Social Networking Takes Flight
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
As passengers increasingly use mobile devices to contact fellow travelers, airlines and social media providers are scrambling to catch up. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.co

36. Newark-Bound Passengers Stuck on Jet in Connecticut
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...ark from London was diverted to Hartford because of storms, and sat on the tarmac for four hours with all the passengers aboard. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.ph...

37. Letter: Let Passengers Speak
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Letter: Let Passengers Speak ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=815d8f10299656afcd432e5cc6459d19" target="_blank">leggi tutto (read all)Letter: Let Passengers

Hundreds of passengers remain stuck after a plane made an emergency landing at Logan International Airport on Tuesday. ... leggi tutto (read all) Hundreds of passengers remain stuck after a plane m

39. American Airlines Lets You Board Early, for a Fee
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
American Airlines is offering passengers to board early for a fee. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=a7e122b1eb1edfe0c50df4b0ff350531" target="_blank">leggi

40. Airlines May Pay More for Bumping Passengers
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Fees owed to passengers bumped by airlines are expected to increase. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=2b8854016d56e921b56b95d8230ffb16" target="_blank">legg

41. Travelers Face Summer of Full Flights and High Fares
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Demand for business and leisure travel is expected to be stronger this summer, meaning passengers will be fighting for seats that were cut significantly in the recession. ... Travel site."

42. Ryanair to appeal ash cloud fine
(English news/topix)
...randed customers when their flights were cancelled Ryanair has been fined a 3m for 'failing to look after its passengers'. Photograph: Pascal Lachenaud/AFP/Getty Images Low-cost airline Ryanair says i...

... 8 a.m. ROME - Italy's civil aviation agency says it has fined Ryanair some euro3 million for failing to help passengers stranded last month when flights were canceled due to Iceland's volcanic ash cl...

... 8 a.m. ROME - Italy's civil aviation agency says it has fined Ryanair some euro3 million for failing to help passengers stranded last month when flights were canceled due to Iceland's volcanic ash cl...

45. The U.S. Issue | Practical Traveler: Inside the New Flight Rules
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
The federal government is regulating how airlines treat passengers, and new rules limiting long tarmac delays are just the first step. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/cl

46. The U.S. Issue | Practical Traveler: Inside the New Flight Rules
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
The federal government is regulating how airlines treat passengers, and new rules limiting long tarmac delays are just the first step. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/cl

47. Putting a Limit on Tarmac Time
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
A new rule to protect airline passengers from being held on a plane on the tarmac for too long went into effect Thursday. Airline - Tarmac - ... ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.n

48. Strike Interrupts Flights by Lebanese National Carrier
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...cellation of 23 international flights to Middle East, European and African destinations, affecting some 5,000 passengers. Middle East - History - ... ... Travel site." href="http://fe...

49. Southwest Fined $200,000 for Bumping Passengers
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Last year, the carrier bumped 13,113 passengers, 80 percent more than the next closest airline. Airline - Travel - ... ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=90

50. Travel Deals: Free Lonely Planet iPhone Guides
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
To help passengers who have been stranded by the eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull, Lonely Planet is offering 13 of its European iPhone guides free. Iceland - IPhone - ... ... Travel si

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