Travel news – April 17th 2012 to April 18th 2012:
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- FAA urged to adopt fatigue rules for cargo pilots – USATODAY.com –
When the FAA finalized its rule in December for more rest for passenger pilots, cargo pilots were left out.
- Are You Traveling Carbon Neutral? – Budget Travel recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:
- Travel Talk on Twitter – Résumé | Facebook –
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- Travel Troubleshooter: I Waited a Year for a Ticket Refund – posted this over on Frommer's : A year after a family is owed a refund for an oversold flight, the check still hasn't cleared. What's holding up the refund?
- Twitter / NASA: Discovery #OV103 heads to … –
Discovery #OV103 heads to @airandspace! Follow arrival live http://t.co/wo0EOESw around 10 a.m. EDT #spottheshuttle http://t.co/P5MDXc83
- E-book vs. Print: Which Do You Prefer on Vacation? – Laura Michonski recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:
In April 2010, a cartoon in The New Yorker magazine made me laugh—it showed an airplane preparing for takeoff. One of the flight attendants asked folks to please "turn off their books." Almost exactly one year later, in May 2011, e-book sales surpassed print sales at Amazon.com (on a related note, the Kindle is their best-selling item of all time). Enter April 2012 and the price of an e-book is the focus of an anti-trust lawsuit and the Pew Research Center just revealed that the percentage of people who own an e-reader nearly doubled this holiday season.