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In-Flight Videos Starring Betty White, Ninjas, Santa Claus Are Making Airline Passengers Pay Attention
FAA Says Electronic Devices Now Allowed In-Flight. So Why The Heck Were We Turning Them Off All This Time?
The Federal Aviation Administration has revised its regulations so that “Passengers will eventually be able to read e-books, play games, and watch videos on their devices during all phases of flight, with very limited exceptions,” reads a statement issued today.
Which begs the question: if electronic devices are OK now, why have we been getting yelled at to turn them off for so long?
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From the story Airport Restaurants That Really Are Worth the Trip by Paul Brady:
“Washington’s Dulles International may be my least favorite airport in America. It’s far from the city, public transit is an ordeal, check-in and security are madness, its trains and people-movers inevitably drop you off far from the gate, and the commuter plane terminal in Concourse A is awful. The one saving grace of the entire airport? It’s the first place I encountered Five Guys Burgers and Fries…”
Read the full story in Conde-Nast Traveler.