Virgin Atlantic is changing their swimming policy for cabin crews.
My guess is that in order to be a member of an airline’s cabin crew, you need to know how to swim, just in case of an emergency.
When I saw a tweet from Richard Branson about Virgin Atlantic changing their swimming policy, I wondered if it would no long be required to know how to swim. Continue reading Virgin Atlantic Changing Their Cabin Crew Swimming Policy
A Hawaiian Airlines flight had to be diverted when tragedy struck earlier in the week.
The plane was heading from Honolulu to New York City when “a flight attendant died of an apparent heart attack“, according to Fox News. Continue reading Tragic: Flight Attendant Dies, Hawaiian Airlines Flight Diverted
A passenger aboard the largest cruise ship in the world, Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas did something extremely stupid.
Nick Naydev felt it would be fun to jump from the 11th floor of the ship and have his friends record the stunt. Continue reading Moron Jumps Off 11th Story of Symphony Of The Seas, Banned For Life
The US State Department has issued a travel warning for China “urging Americans to “exercise increased caution,” according to Yahoo News.
The warning is for a rather bizarre reason, if you ask me.
The government says that Americans who visit China might not be able to return home if the country enforces local laws, detaining “US citizens without cause using exit bans”. Continue reading US State Department Issues Travel Warning For China
A bunch of water fountains at the Cleveland Airport had to shut off on New Years Day.
These measures had to be taken after some passengers got sick on a Tampa- bound Frontier Airlines flight. Continue reading Passengers Got Sick On Flight, Cleveland Airport Shuts Water Fountains