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Re: Eat 'Healthy' at DFW ?

DrFumblefinger ·
No question that the quality and variety of airport foods has increased tremendously these past 10-15 years. The more choice, the better.
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Re: Eat 'Healthy' at DFW ?

GarryRF ·
Serious question. Bread. In the US a "store bought" loaf of bread has no "Sell By" date. And it never ages like European Bread. We get 7 days on the date tag before bread starts breeding Penicillin and goes in the trash. We're not fans of Preservative in food - is that the only difference ? Just wondering!
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Re: Eat 'Healthy' at DFW ?

DrFumblefinger ·
GarryRF, if you leave that bread outside of a plastic bag, it will never grow mold. It will be hard as a rock, but you don't need to worry about the penicillin. I figure consumption of preservatives is good! If it keeps the food lasting longer, it should do the same for those of us who eat it, right? A way to prolong our time on this planet?!
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Re: Eat 'Healthy' at DFW ?

GarryRF ·
Years ago a friend worked in a Flour Mill. There was a big advertising campaign on about "Our New White Unbleached Flour" from Millers. Sounded much nicer ! The new method of whitening flour was spraying during the milling process with a gas. Not a bleach but it did melt the metal blades! I don't trust any food now until I've read the contents !
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American adds DFW-Beijing and Asia mileage bonuses

PHeymont ·
Looking to build up its Asia business and partnerships, American Airlines is offering a double-miles promotion on its flights from the U.S. to Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong, as well as on many intra-Asia routes served with its partner, JAL.  MORE...
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American, Korea to codeshare on DFW-Seoul

PHeymont ·
Not letting alliance loyalties get in the way of a good deal, American Airlines (Oneworld) and Korea Airlines (Sky Team) have signed a codeshare agreement on the Seoul-to-Dallas/Ft Worth route that American recently began flying.   It's a win for...
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American completes "re-banking" its hubs

PHeymont ·
American Airlines has completed a series of schedule changes at its Miami, Chicago and Dallas hubs to create shorter layovers, and so far it appears to be working. That's the report from a respected airline blog,  Cranky Flier .   A few...
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AA teases West Texas with 787 dry runs

PHeymont ·
When an airline gets a new type of plane for the first time, its pilots need to learn to fly it. And no matter how many hours go into work on a simulator, there's no substitute for the real experience.   Case in point: American Airlines got its...
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Another "not a good day" for travel

PHeymont ·
After days of stress on the U.S. air transporation system due to weather, a new wave of flight cancellations is hitting Monday travelers for February 23rd. By noon Sunday, nearly a thousand Monday flights had been cancelled, with more expected by...
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Biggest Jet for Longest Route (DFW to Sydney)

PHeymont ·
Starting in September, Qantas Airways will begin using an A380 double-decker on its service to Sydney, Australia—the world's longest scheduled non-stop route. Before that happens, modifications at DFW's terminal will be completed; the plane uses...
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Air Travel Gets Even More Digital...

PHeymont ·
Just a few of the recent steps taking air travel further into the 21st century.   American Airlines, which recently traded in its 40-lb pilot books for iPad-based and rapidly updated files, is now doing the same with its flight attendant...
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DFW Gets Rail Link to Downtown Dallas

PHeymont ·
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is now a one-seat rail ride away from downtown with the opening of a 5-mile extension of the area's DART Orange Line to a new station at Terminal A, with elevators direct to arrival and departure areas....
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More DFW China Flights for American

PHeymont ·
Seems like almost every day one airline or another is announcing increased service between the U.S. and China—and American is not sitting out the increasing competiton. They're adding non-stop daily routes between Dallas-Fort Worth and Shanghai,...
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Eat 'Healthy' at DFW ?

PHeymont ·
Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, named #5 in the U.S. for healthy eating choices at airport restaurants by the Physicians' Committee for Healthy Eating, is aiming higher and publicizing the availability of high-fiber cholesterol-free choices. Here's the...
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JAL revives long-dormant Tokyo-Dallas route

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New connections for OneWorld partners
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