By Larry Olmsted Consumers have long been familiar with the saying caveat emptor, “let the buyer beware,” an ominous warning of how consumers can sometimes get screwed. This has increasingly been an issue with air travel, prompting the newer notion of “let the flyer beware.” Complaints regarding refunds and trip

  Long distance plane travel has always been boring, and while we still have books and magazines, the proliferation of tablets, notebooks and netbooks has given most travelers the capacity to create and bring their own movie libraries onboard with them, a 2-hour distraction. But sometimes a movie does more