American Airlines Called the Police on a ‘Trump-Supporting’ Doctor. Was This Necessary?

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.  Have you heard the one about the airline calling the police on a customer? Well, this is a new one, and it’s one that may provoke varying reactions. On Thursday, Florida-based doctor Jeffrey Epstein seemed to become…

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Southwest Airlines announces new rules for emotional support animals

Southwest Airlines announced Tuesday that it will soon enforce new restrictions on customers traveling with emotional support animals. Interested in Airlines? Add Airlines as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Airlines news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Beginning September 17, only one dog or cat, either in a carrier or…

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Frontier Airlines to begin service to Sarasota-Manatee

The low-cost carrier will offer flights to Cleveland Frontier Airlines will begin flying to Sarasota Bradenton International Airport this winter, providing the first direct access to Cleveland in over a decade. Denver-based Frontier will offer nonstop flights between Sarasota Bradenton International Airport and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport twice a week starting Dec. 21. The move…

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American Airlines Passenger Removed From Plane For Over-Sized Cello, Despite Following Rules

American Airlines has been accused of unreasonable behavior for removing a woman from a plane as she was carrying an over-sized cello even though she had purchased a seat for the instrument. According to a Facebook post shared by the woman’s husband, the airline told her prior to her booking that she could carry the instrument…

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Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants save girls from human trafficking

What, exactly, is Michael Cohen trying to do? What, exactly, is Michael Cohen trying to do? Posted: Friday, July 27 2018 12:26 PM EDT2018-07-27 16:26:33 GMT President Trump denied his former personal attorney Michael Cohen’s claim that he knew in advance about a highly controversial 2016 Trump Tower meeting. (FILE) What we know: This is…

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Southwest Airlines Expects Bookings to Recover After Fatal Engine Accident

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Southwest Airlines employee arrested for voyeurism

On July 22, Nicholas Williams was arrested for investigation of voyeurism at Sea-Tac Airport.  (iStock) One Southwest Airlines staffer has been arrested for voyeurism after reportedly hiding a camera in a Seattle–Tacoma International Airport bathroom frequented by children. Nicholas Williams was arrested on July 22 at Sea-Tac Airport around 11:30 AM, KIRO 7 reported. The…

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United Airlines ceiling panel falls on passenger when plane lands in Washington

An uneventful United Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Washington, D.C., changed when a ceiling panel fell on a passenger while the plane landed on Wednesday, video of the incident shows. The rough landing into Dulles International Airport caused the loose ceiling panel to fall. One passenger told FOX5 that the “top came off” and was “falling…

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