After incidents that leave wounded planes in public view, standard practice is to cover over logos and other identifying marks.
Tours into suborbital space could start as early as next year, but the facility still lacks a paved highway to get folks there.
The DOJ shoots down attempt to create world's largest airline, saying yet another merger is bad for consumers' wallets.
According to one travel website, sales of late-November tickets are 22% higher than this time last year. In other words, the cheapest seats are already taken.
They'll take to the aisles during some UK routes, turning a quick trip into amateur hour.
Airlines that still offer them often make passengers jump through hoops to qualify. And the discount can be meager.
Coast-to-coast routes can generate huge profits, and carriers are rolling out the perks to attract high-paying passengers.
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