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Atlanta Airport: Another Flying Circus Incident


Calling all lawyers! Another enormous payday coming up soon. Two women on a Delta flight out of Atlanta got into a catfight on the cabin floor. In an attempt to get them apart, the pilot slapped one. Of course, in this age of smart phones and stupid airline employees, it was all filmed and went viral online.  

Therefore, smart seniors, next time you fly, be sure to argue with another passenger, pick a fight and get carried out. With smartphone footage and smart lawyer, you’ll soon be almost rich enough to fly first-class.

Flying Here To There Or O’Hare? Check First With CheapOair! PDF Print E-mail


Why pay full list charge for your next trip when you can take advantage of lower-priced flights on CheapOair? It claims to lower charges on flights worldwide. The website updates continuously, so finding deals on CheapOair is continuous.

When planning your next flight schedule, be sure to check the fare with CheapOair before you buy your ticket. www.cheapoair.com/flights/booknow/cheap-flight-tickets

 
When Should You Wash Your Hands? Always! PDF Print E-mail


If you’re on the road, ocean or in the air this season, the worldwide Coronavirus scare must be on your mind. Along with all the other advice, always apply one of the most necessary rules. Wash!

Every time you touch anything dirty or potentially germy, wash your hands in soapy, hot water. Do this not only after you leave a public toilet. Just as important is before and after you eat and drink. When you grasp railings, stairways and passages, be sure you then wash your dirty hands. Any time your hands are visibly soiled, including after digging and hauling trash, clean up.

For the sake of others near you, if you have a cold or flu, wipe your face and hands with alcohol-based medicine after sneezing and blowing your nose. The same applies when dealing with young children and when you feed and pet animals.

 
Senior Discounts: Ya Gotta Ask Or Ya Won’t Get ‘Em! PDF Print E-mail


When traveling, whether to a local restaurant, Parisian hotel or gift shop in Tokyo, prices may be lower just because of your advanced age. Sometimes the signs tell you about the deal, but often they don’t, and you must speak up with the simple question: Is there a senior discount on that price?

Additionally, members of AAA, AARP, active military and veterans’ groups can receive discounts at restaurants, hotels, airlines, cruise lines, National Parks, tour sponsors and car rental agencies. Therefore, seasoned world wanderers: If you want to bring your travel costs down, you gotta speak up!

 
Delta To Scratch Off Itchy Flight Crew Clothing PDF Print E-mail

Delta Airlines has replaced the uniforms that hundreds of its employees complain are causing health problems.The uniforms, worn by Delta's flight attendants, gate agents and other customer service employees in airports, were made of heavy wool by Lands End clothiers.

The uniforms were worn for several years. More than 500 Delta employees, mostly flight attendants, sued Lands End, claiming health problems were caused by the uniforms. Troubles included vocal cord dysfunction, breathing difficulties, skin blisters and rashes, blurred vision, nosebleeds, ringing ears, migraine headaches and fatigue. Gee, with all those claims resulting in relief, is it OK now to sue all the political candidates for causing itchy pains in our wallets?

 

 
Be An Eight-Minute Astronaut For Only $5,400 Plus Tax! PDF Print E-mail


If you have the dough, off you go! Zero gravity flights are scheduled to happen in 12 US cities this year. The Zero-G tour includes flights in Atlanta,  Austin, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami Boston, New York, Orlando, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, D.C. The $5,400 fee includes breakfast, lunch, photos and at least seven heavenly minutes of weightlessness. www.usatoday.com/story/travel/experience/2020/02/13/zero-gravity-flights-coming-los-angeles-atlanta-las-vegas

 
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