Category | Airlines

America’s Worst Airports

Posted on 05 November 2013

  By Everett Potter A southern airport named for a political power couple ranks as the nation’s worst. But don’t blame partisanship—Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock,… Continue reading »

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Travel + Leisure’s Best U.S. Airports

Posted on 22 October 2013

By Everett Potter Portland, OR, has a reputation for hipsters, but its airport makes a positive impression on all kinds of travelers thanks to quality food and shopping options and… Continue reading »

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World’s Best Airlines

Posted on 27 November 2012

By Everett Potter Buckling your airplane seatbelt and weight-loss personality Richard Simmons aren’t things you’d necessarily think go together. But if you flew on Air New Zealand in the recent… Continue reading »

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Richard Branson’s New Virgin Clubhouse

Posted on 29 May 2012

By Marc Kristal Nothing makes you feel more pampered, somehow, than a properly done first-class airport lounge. By which I don’t mean one of those tired-looking, afterthought kind of spaces… Continue reading »

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Travel + Leisure’s Best (& Worst) American Airports

Posted on 18 April 2012

By Everett Potter The major American airport that delivers the most seamless experience isn’t on any coast. It wins over fliers with shopping and dining options, the ease of check-in… Continue reading »

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Special Delivery: A New Premium Economy for Cathay Pacific

Posted on 20 March 2012

by Bobbie Leigh When Boeing delivers a new plane to Cathay Pacific, both companies pull out all the stops.  In February,  they jointly  hosted a ceremonial roll out  “delivery dinner”… Continue reading »

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World’s Best Airlines

Posted on 20 September 2011

  By Everett Potter Tired fliers often think about how nice it would be to stretch out across a whole row of economy-class seats and take a nap. But let’s… Continue reading »

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Business (and Pleasure) in the Skies on SWISS

Posted on 02 February 2011

By Everett Potter I’m not sure how you would define a good flight across the Atlantic, but I know what makes me happy. A spacious seat that converts into a… Continue reading »

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World’s Worst Tarmac Delays

Posted on 30 November 2010

By Everett Potter There are tarmac delays and then there are tarmac delays—just ask the Air Canada passengers who sat on a Vancouver runway for 12 hours a couple years… Continue reading »

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Beating the High Cost of Airfare

Posted on 23 November 2010

By Everett Potter First, the bad news. After more than a year of falling ticket prices, the cost of flying is now rising. According to statistics from the U.S. Department… Continue reading »

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