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Does anyone really like flying on commercial airlines anymore? It’s crowded, claustrophobic, and uncomfortable. Even if you just want to close your eyes and sleep through it, that’s nearly impossible too. But it wasn’t always this way. There was a time when people actually dressed up to go on an airplane and flight attendees wore short orange hotpants. It was a classy, probably because ticket prices were so darn high.From 1958 to 1978, the government regulated and set prices on
This week’s stories include the sale of MySpace, improvement in the unemployment rate and the TSA signing a pact to become Teamsters? CNN Money: The Job Market is Getting Better. Really. – If you’re one of the millions still suffering the effects of the economic downturn (i.e.; “unemployed”), then this article should cheer you up a bit. It seems the unemployment rate dropped by a full percentage point over the last two months. This despite a seeming
This week’s blog round-up features articles and posts on the theme of transportation…air transportation, mainly. These posts cover a little bit of everything, from major airline blunders to ways to fly hassle-free with your kids. Not all of it is money/savings-oriented, but it’s all interesting and certainly worth knowing.SmartMoney: 10 Things Your Airline Won’t Tell You – In this post, SmartMoney writer Jim Rendon illuminates ten things you probably won’t hear