A U.S. Travel Association study predicts that the country’s airports are “headed for year-round Thanksgiving holiday-like congestion.”
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One of the transportation bugaboos that has long vexed the tourist industry has quietly resolved itself.
By the second day of the World Routes conference, the printed PowerPoints and trinkets from cities all over the world pile up on the 355 tables for airlines.
The romance of the rails has been knocked off the tracks by reality.
It’s how whales fly.
For much of Randall Walker’s 23-year career in the Clark County Aviation Department, including 16 as director, growth seemed to be an entitlement.
In October 2009, a Las Vegas taxi company reported one of its medallions missing and picked up a replacement. Fifteen months later, same company, same problem, same outcome.
By the calculation of Virgin America CEO David Cush, it takes about three hours to fly from San Francisco to Las Vegas when you include ground time.
If Carlos Batiste has gauged the market correctly, many people would like to pick up a bag of jerk chicken-flavored popcorn on their way through McCarran International Airport.
What do ladybugs, Paris street scenes, neon-bright colors and Marilyn Monroe all have in common?