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For your next Middle East trip...

Sep 14, 2007
Three airlines based in the Persian Gulf want to lure more American travelers to Middle East destinations. And they're sparing no expense to do so. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
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Movies on a train

Sep 8, 2007
Some early morning commuters have to find creative ways to fill their time on the ride. Mark Goldschmidt started watching movies on his hour-plus ride into New York City, and soon he wasn't alone...
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Schadenfreude for Airbus

Sep 8, 2007
Great news for Airbus: Rival plane maker Boeing has delayed the test flight of its 787 Dreamliner and that could potentially throw wide open a window of opportunity for Airbus. Stephen Beard explains.
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Southwest raises fares, others follow

Sep 4, 2007
Southwest Airlines has been watching its fuel costs rise. So it's passing along those costs to its customers. Bob Moon reports that Southwest's competition is only too happy to go along for the ride.
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Some of NYC's cabbies plan strike

Sep 4, 2007
A group claiming to represent thousands of the city's licensed cabdrivers is planning a strike. Drivers are protesting a new high-tech system they say will cost them unnecessary time and money. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: New York, Travel
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A working tribute to Diana

Aug 31, 2007
Politicians, pop stars and royalty from around world will descend on London today for a memorial service marking the 10th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. But one shopkeeper pays a small tribute to the People's Princess every day. Stephen Beard has his story.
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Leaving on a jet plane... eventually

Aug 31, 2007
One of the worst summers on record for airline flight delays will be capped by a tough Labor Day weekend. That's the word straight from the FAA. That and a warning that fixes don't appear to be coming anytime soon.
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No longer the 'Princess of Sales'

Aug 30, 2007
Tomorrow marks the 10th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales. But despite the major memorial event, interest in the Princess has waned — as have the profits that grew around her image. Stephen Beard reports.
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Controlling the crowded, friendly skies

Aug 28, 2007
Delays are already a regular part of flying, and the number of takeoffs and landings at U.S. airports is only going to grow -- by nearly 1.5 million a year. The government has a plan to ease congestion. But it'll cost us, John Dimsdale reports.
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What won't we risk for cheap health care

Aug 28, 2007
Many Americans have embraced medical tourism in places like Thailand and India, but some are eyeing a new destination much closer to home. Only problem is, going there might very well land you in jail. Cuba, anyone? Helen Palmer has the story.
Posted In: Health, Travel

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