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Re: Cruisers told: Leave your water home!

Jonathan L ·
Another reason not to cruise with NCL
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Re: Cruisers told: Leave your water home!

GarryRF ·
Looks like I'm back to Vodka in a Listerine Mouthwash Bottle then. 1 drop of green and 2 drops of blue food colouring.
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Re: Cruisers told: Leave your water home!

DrFumblefinger ·
You're a crafty fellow, GarryRF! Resourceful and sly -- features we like about you.
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Re: New Pilot Rules: Safer skies, but some delays likely

Travel Rob ·
I always thought that was a major problem.Glad they are looking out for the pilots. Anyone who has ever flown a long flight to Asia or Australia knows how tired a passenger gets.I can't imagine having to make critical judgements as a Pilot under little rest.
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India's Visa Rules: Easier for some, tougher for U.K.

PHeymont ·
The Indian government has just changed a number of its rules for tourist visas, making it possible for citizens of some countries to obtain a visa on arrival in India at the airport, while for the first time requiring U.K. citizens to visit a visa...
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Feds New Airfare Rules: More info for you!

PHeymont ·
The Federal Department of Transportation has issued proposed new rules that will require air carriers to provide better information about add-on fees such as baggage charges, and will extend the rules to more airlines, and also to travel agencies that...
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Cruisers told: Leave your water home!

PHeymont ·
Another cruise line adds rules against passengers bringing their own drinks on board, whether water, juice or booze.
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Ask, and Ask Again: Cancellation Rules

PHeymont ·
We just had to postpone our trip to Toronto, which was planned for this weekend. We had one ticket on a Westjet flight purchased through Expedia; the other was purchased through a travel administrator used by USBank for its Flexpoints program.  ...
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New Pilot Rules: Safer skies, but some delays likely

PHeymont ·
New rules for pilots are in effect this weekend, resulting from the FAA's investigation of pilot fatigue in a Colgan Air commuter crash a few years ago. The new rules limit pilots to 8 or 9 hour shifts (depending on start time) and require 10 hours...
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Uber causes a rethink in Danish taxi rules

PHeymont ·
Denmark is getting ready to revise its taxi regulations, aiming to make the rules more rider-friendly and less controlled by the industry itself, but it is not planning to legalize Uber or similar apps that compete with licensed taxis. Uber began operating in Denmark in November 2014, and was immediately reported to police by the Danish Transit Authority. Drivers have been receiving tickets, but the status of enforcement is not clear. Danish politicians don't want to legalize Uber,...
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United to use bigger planes to up DCA capacity

PHeymont ·
United needs more seats on routes from DC to its San Francisco and Denver hubs, and the only way is to fly bigger planes—the biggest DCA has seen.
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Re: India's Visa Rules: Easier for some, tougher for U.K.

PortMoresby ·
"...payback for the years of the Raj?" I like the measured nature of the response, as well as the patience shown. And, for once, it's not US citizens being inconvenienced for the policies of its government.
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Re: India's Visa Rules: Easier for some, tougher for U.K.

GarryRF ·
Its because we give Indian Students an interview before they come to the UK to attend College. They get a 2 years UK "Student Visa" visa which also allows them to work for 20 hours a week. But when they arrive in the UK thousands of "students" vanish. And they fail to show up at their pre-arranged College. In those 2 years they assume another identity. So now they get a fingerprint and iris recognition photo before leaving the Indian sub-continent.. Which is only common sense - the US do it...
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