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  • Seat kickers: Passenger complaint number one, above crying infants and boozers
    Seat kickers: Passenger complaint number one, above crying infants and boozers
    As an airline passenger, name the number one thing that ticks you off. If you said “seat kickers,” then your response is in line with the majority of Americans, according to a new poll. Real estate between your kneecap and seatback is...
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    JetBlue unveils new lie-flat seats
    Proving that it isn't going to be outdone by larger airlines, JetBlue this week showed off their new lie-flat seats which will be used on transcontinental flights beginning in 2014.Unlike other domestic airlines, JetBlue is all about improving...
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    NFL increases offer to fans jilted of their Super Bowl seats
    DALLAS -- The NFL again upped the ante for the 400 fans displaced by problems with temporary seats at the Super Bowl. Spokesman Brian McCarthy said Tuesday that the league e-mailed all the fans to offer either $5,000 or reimbursement for "...
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    Find the best and lowest priced seats on planes for holiday travel
    We all dread the lines at the airport, hate the cow-stampede for the overhead bins, and just deplore the fees, fees and more fees the airlines charge now. So what is a traveler to do? If you are a premium customer it gets a bit better, but what if...
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    Keep your clients in your seats
    If your clients are beginning to penny pinch you will know, because they will stretch their visits out. Instead of once a week, or bi-weekly, now it's monthly. That's when you know, I need to do something and do it fast. Ideas If your...
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    Airline's new jets: No reclining seats
    Spirit Airlines really knows how to pack 'em in.Spirit Airlines sure knows how to turn off its passengers -- and would-be passengers.First, the Florida-based carrier stunned travelers by announcing that it would start charging up to $45 each way...
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    Airline's new jets: No reclining seats
    Spirit Airlines really knows how to pack 'em in.Spirit Airlines sure knows how to turn off its passengers -- and would-be passengers.First, the Florida-based carrier stunned travelers by announcing that it would start charging up to $45 each way...