air traveler


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someone who travels by airplane

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Nevertheless, the typical American air traveler is satisfied with the job the major airlines are doing.
For the world's air travelers, this means that the current risk of infection from being in an airplane is essentially zero.
Air travelers cheered as police boarded the plane to arrest him.
Alaska Airlines, which carries the most air travelers in Eugene, had a gain of 27,367 Eugene passengers, according to airport figures.
Highlights of the findings include: More than 75% of air travelers said the NDC-based display would make it easier to compare flights and prices and understand the true cost of their flight, compared to how they shop and book travel online today.
Air travelers were getting specialized services on fee payment and the airports of the
Since its opening in January last year, the US preclearance has been extremely popular with air travelers, particularly those from the Indian Subcontinent and Middle East region.
DOT's committee met three times this year and submitted an eight-page report late last month to Congress and to Transportation secretary Ray LaHood, whose department appointed the committee to examine ways to better protect air travelers.
air travelers are angry about the new procedures or inclined to cut back on flying as a result.
The United States Air Travelers Association is endorsing Barack Obama for president of the United States.
Starting Tuesday, most air travelers who are citizens of Canada, Mexico or Bermuda or U.
The hotline provides general information to consumers about the rights of air travelers with disabilities, responds to requests for printed consumer information, and assists air travelers with time-sensitive disability-related issues that need to be addressed in "real time.
At this point, there is anxiety out there among air travelers,'' said John Wolf, a spokesman for Marriott International Inc.
This is bad news for air travelers on two fronts: Obese air travelers cost airlines an extra $364 million in extra fuel costs in 2000, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
It is commonplace these days among air travelers to talk about the deterioration of service, the long lineups, the discomfort of long trips, and on and on.