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Security theater could make in-flight performance

US flight attendants hold one of the most thankless jobs in the air transportation system (eclipsed, perhaps, only by the role of TSA screener).Airlines’ pursuit of ancillary revenue has led to the unbundling of in-flight services, and in turn flight attendants have been forced to add cashier to an ever-growing job description that already includes […]

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Scoop: TSA confirms agent misplaced notebook

For those of you following the story about a TSA agent, who misplaced his notebook during his investigation of blogger Steven Frischling, I have just received the following statement from the TSA: “TSA takes any breach in security very seriously. In light of the posting of sensitive security information on the web, TSA sought to […]

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Exclusive: TSA agent’s notebook discovered in public place

UPDATE: To those of you concerned about whether or not the spiral binding on the front of the notepad above is the same as the one pictured below, here is a closer look at the inside. What would you say if I told you that one of the federal agents who ventured to travel writer […]

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UPDATE: Paying a price for setting the record straight?

Latest Update: The TSA has dropped its subpoenas of both travel writers, and I learned a big lesson in the power of social media this week. Earlier this morning, photographer and travel specialist Steven Frischling received a second visit from federal agents in less than 24 hours. But this time, he says, they removed his […]

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Airline Wi-Fi revenue generation: It ain’t rocket science

In-flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC), In-flight Wi-Fi, In-flight Internet, Internet OnBoard…whatever you call it, however you use it, if you’re an airline you need to figure out how to generate revenue from it. So says The Travel Strategist Steven Frischling, who agreed to author a guest blog for RWG in advance of the World Airline Entertainment […]

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