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Passengers at O'Hare International Airport wait in line to be screened at a TSA checkpoint on May 16, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.
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When do airlines decide to kick people off planes?

by Tony Wagner Apr 18, 2016
Several incidents have resulted in airlines removing people from planes, but the reasons why weren't always clear.
Security check-point lines stretch well in the baggage claim area 19 October 2001 at Denver International Airport.
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The rise and fall of decent airplane food

by Tony Wagner Feb 2, 2016
United and American are bringing snacks back to coach this year — we used to get lobster.
A stewardess serving drinks whilst passengers have lunch aboard a BEA Vickers Viking passenger plane, 1958. 
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The most expensive airport parking? For the planes

by Jim Burress Nov 5, 2013
The Department of Justice is talking with American Airlines and US Airways about possibly lifting its anti-trust action.