Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Sunday, December 26, 2010
So apparently this guy's water bill was INSANELY high - and he contacted the water company to find out what was going on. Finally one day he stayed home from work to see if anything was going on at home when he wasn't there:
Apparently the cat does this all day long every day.
Can’t be in NYC for the blizzard? Check out these D.O.T. webcams for a live picture. What’s nice about these traffic cams (all 228 of them) is that you can choose which streets/intersections you want to view in all five boroughs.
Spanair Airlines Surprises Passengers on Christmas Eve
Great job by Spanair Airlines on Christmas Eve. Passengers from Barcelona to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (flight# JK5208) found something more than a suitcase when they claimed their baggage. The conveyor belt was not only delivering their bags but personalized gifts for each and every traveler. Here’s the video.
Friday, December 24, 2010
American Airlines Offering 15% Off Booking on AA.com
As a valued customer, we want to inform you that Expedia® has chosen to make American Airlines tickets more difficult to find on Expedia® sites. We are committed to ensuring that you are always presented with the lowest available fares on American, so we regret that Expedia® has chosen not to feature our fares. You may still purchase American Airlines flights on AA.com, our newly re-designed website, as well as many other online travel sites. For more information, please click here.
To thank you for your continued business, we are pleased to offer you an extra 15% off* when you book your next flight on AA.com before December 31, 2010. Simply visit www.aa.com, and use the promotion code below for your next flight.
Promotion Code: LPQK4C7XW9YB
Editor's note: I have a feeling this might be 2011's new trend for the airline industry - to cut out the middle man and drive more traffic and sales (including hotels, packages, car rentals...) to their own sites.
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Singapore Airlines to Launch A380 at Los Angeles International Airport
Singapore Airlines (SQ) is bringing their A380 aircraft to LAX to replace the 747 on its daily services from Los Angeles to Tokyo, continuing to Singapore. It begins on March 27, 2011. The A380 is the world’s largest commercial airliner and SQ configures it with 12 private Suites, 60 Business Class seats and 399 seats in Economy Class, distributed across two full decks.
-The A380 offers nearly 40 percent more interior space than a 747
-Economy Class seats are 2 inches wider than the industry average, offer greater seatback recline and larger, 10.4 inch personal video monitors for every passenger.
-Business Class features fully flat beds arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration, meaning every seat has direct aisle access.
-Singapore Airlines Suites have 23-inch video screens with access to 1004 on-demand entertainment options, meals served on crisp linens and Givenchy china, and personal care amenities by Ferragamo.