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Money & CompanyFollowing a lengthy ceremony, Korean Air launched the massive Airbus A380 from Los Angeles International Airport, becoming only the third airline to fly that aircraft from L.A. The humongous double-decker jet lifted off from LAX on Tuesday afternoon after...
Los Angeles TimesAirlines, responding to the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan, were diverting flights from affected airports Friday and waiving change fees for travelers headed to or through the Asian nation. As of early Friday Pacific time, all airport...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesGeopolitics. Rhinoplasty. Who knew those would be among the hottest topics in Asia for 2011? It was news to me, and I've been going back and forth to Asia for a quarter-century, with trips to Japan and China last year alone. To see what the Asia...
Tags: Asia, Thailand, Health, Florida, South Korea
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAir travel in Asia used to be the business of just a few big international carriers. Now it's open skies from Hong Kong to Mumbai, India, thanks to the advent of regional carriers just like those that have made flying cheaper — if not easier —...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesWith help from Matt Daimler, founder of SeatGuru, a website designed to help passengers find comfortable airplane seats, and Randy Petersen, creator of the Frequent Flyer Network, which includes the SeatExpert guide to airplane seating, here are some pros...
Money & CompanyThree of the six Airbus A380 superjumbo jets operated by Qantas Airways are sitting idle on the tarmac at Los Angeles International Airport. The Australian carrier decided to ground its entire A380 fleet Wednesday, after one of the double-decker aircraft....
Associated PressSYDNEY -- Up to half of the Airbus superjumbo engines of the type that disintegrated in flight on a Qantas plane may need to be replaced in the fleets of carriers from Australia, Singapore and Germany, the Qantas chief executive said Thursday. Australia'...
Dining@LargeBra1nchild just sent me a report on airline food. I'll be thinking about this when I'm eating my Southwest peanuts on the way to Florida in a couple of weeks. ELThe question of airplane food was raised some time ago.......
Tags: Florida, Soups, Appetizers, Salads, Taipei (Taiwan)
Los Angeles Times Travel | Daily Deal BlogI love it when airlines celebrate an anniversary — and give “gifts” to you and me. Singapore Airlines is marking its 30th year serving Los Angeles International Airport with a five-night tour of Singapore and Bali starting at a special rate....
L.A. Times Tech BlogA Singapore Airlines airplane flies over the Singapore Air Show on Tuesday. Credit: Charles Pertwee/Bloomberg. Singapore Airlines paints its jetliners blue and gold, but the carrier went green on a flight between Los Angeles and Singapore. The airline...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSingapore — FROM inside the gaping mouth of the Merlion, nine stories above ground, I surveyed the island of Sentosa and, across the harbor, the skyline of Singapore. The Merlion — half fish (as in mermaid) and half lion (as in the Lion City)...
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