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US to Europe for $161? Not a Mistake Fare.

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It’s called WOW Air for a reason. The RyanAir of Iceland just expanded into the US market and they’re offering fares that seem like they’re full-on mistakes. WOW just started service from Boston’s Logan Airport (click here for a genius trick to get into the first class security lane) and the flights go to London…

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Flight Food Review: Fiji Airways

There is a dystopian future where the government takes pride in being called Kafkaesque. They make rules that create discord and drive the citizenry crazy. They throw half the world’s population into prison. Inside those prisons, the people are treated like less than cattle. One of their punishments? They have to eat the food of…

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Why The Great Korean Air Nut Debate Matters

By now, you must have heard about the non-news news story about the (former) Korean Air executive who booted a cabin crew member when she wasn’t served nuts according to Korean Air’s nut-serving policy. After the incident gained international attention, the executive — who also happens to be the daughter of Korean Air’s chairman —…

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Live in a Real Airplane for a Night!

KLM is really killing it with the marketing this year. First they captured the internet’s heart with the story of a beagle who retrieves lost iPads (which was totally fake) and now they’re teaming up with Airbnb to offer a one-night stay in a real airplane that’s been converted into the most aeronautic apartment on…

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Saveur Names Best In-Flight Dining

Food magazines are made for different audiences. Every Day with Rachael Ray targets the active mom demographic, Bon Appetit goes for the cool hunter with disposable income, and Food Network Magazine aims for people who get Guy Fieri tattoos on their necks. Saveur falls on this spectrum, too, but all the way at the hoity-toity…

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ANA Brings LA Fine Dining to the Sky

Los Angeles is the city where fine dining went to die. While New York and Chicago still carry the banner of the besuited service staff high and proud, LA has watched its fine dining restaurants get picked off like high-ranking government officials in a terrible sniper movie. I wrote a story a few years back…

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