1. Vlad Smitrovich

    San Diego-based F/As on AA191 (May 25, 1979)

    I'm working on a comprehensive, full-length narrative nonfiction book on what remains the deadliest U.S. airline accident, AA Flight 191 at Chicago O'Hare on May 25, 1979. This book will be the first of its kind in 40 years, to be published hopefully next year. Currently I'm looking for...
  2. H

    Early signs that the airport shuttle company may ruin your trip

    One of the most important factors in booking with a shuttle company is whether or not the driver will show up on time. It can be very stressful to ascertain the shuttle company is legitimate and won't ruin your trip. Starting with the booking, there are early signs that may suggest a bad...
  3. Glenn Quagmire

    American Airlines makes a move to dominate at LAX

    "American Airlines is the largest carrier at Los Angeles International Airport, and it wants to put a stranglehold on that position. The Dallas-based airline took steps to secure that post last week by moving its operations closer to its merger partner US Airways. The two carriers previously...